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They Went to Australia By Glenn Martin
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Why would people leave the land where their families had lived for hundreds, perhaps thousands, of years? Glenn Martin’s ancestors had all lived in Cornwall, other parts of England, and... More > Scotland and Ireland for that long. And yet, within the space of 25 years, they all migrated to Australia. For three of them it was involuntary – they were convicts. But for the others, it was a choice to make a new life in what was still a turbulent colony. This book portrays these people, young and old, alone or in couples or as entire families – what they left behind, how they made the voyage, what happened to them after they arrived, and how they created new lives. It was an extraordinary time.< Less
The Story of Australia By Robert Grieve Black
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We all tend to think of Australia as a country with a very short history. In fact it has one of the oldest identifiable histories on this planet dating back to when the first Aboriginal people... More > travelled south between the ice ages. Did you know that there are around one million camels living in the wild in Australia? They are not of course indigenous but rather were shipped in by British colonialists to help explore and develop the outback. The proud Brits didn’t really want their Arab handlers so they returned to their homelands abandoning the camels. Did you know that Australia, with its reliance on coal-burning power stations, is considered to be the world’s number one polluter? These are just a few of the gems in this short history of Australia. It is just under 30,000 words which represents about eighty pages in a standard print book. There are inevitably some dates to maintain the time-line but the emphasis is on telling the story of Australia.< Less
The Story of Australia By Robert Grieve Black
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We all tend to think of Australia as a country with a very short history. In fact it has one of the oldest identifiable histories on this planet dating back to when the first Aboriginal people... More > travelled south between the ice ages. Did you know that there are around one million camels living in the wild in Australia? They are not of course indigenous but rather were shipped in by British colonialists to help explore and develop the outback. The proud Brits didn’t really want their Arab handlers so they returned to their homelands abandoning the camels. Did you know that Australia, with its reliance on coal-burning power stations, is considered to be the world’s number one polluter? These are just a few of the gems in this short history of Australia. It is just under 30,000 words which represents about eighty pages in a standard print book. There are inevitably some dates to maintain the time-line but the emphasis is on telling the story of Australia.< Less
Moving to Australia By Damien Fellows
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Australia is a beautiful place to live and to raise a family it is also one of the most highly regulated and bureaucratic countries on the planet. If you are looking to move to Australia (and you... More > won’t regret it once you do) there are many considerations that you take into account from a compliance perspective. Travel documents, visa types, schooling etc. all need to be considered, applications have to be completed, submitted for review and hopefully approved. All this can be daunting and very time consuming if you don’t know where to start. This book is designed to assist you with the correct and compliant information to enable you to make your dream a reality and maybe even one day I will meet you on the street and say G’day Mate.< Less
Burrunjor-The Search for Australia's Living Tyrannosaurus By Rex & Heather Gilroy
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“Burrunjor – The Search for Australia’s Living Tyrannosaurus”concerns the 'Infamous' Tyrannosaurid giant reptilian monster of Australian Aboriginal folklore. This book is... More > filled with often terrifying tales of encounters with these reptilian nightmares, by Aboriginal people and Europeans. This book will be a ‘must’ for all Cryptozoologists interested in the ‘living dinosaurs’ theory.< Less
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The Gift of Asperger's By PhotoVoice Australia
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Asperger’s Syndrome occurs in approximately 1 person in every 150, so most of us know someone who has Asperger’s. As you will see from the photographs and stories in this book, living... More > with Asperger’s presents challenges but also offers great rewards. When we accept difference, and value the uniqueness of every person, our lives are enriched and we all experience the gift of Asperger’s. The Gift of Asperger’s has been a participatory project by PhotoVoice Australia.< Less

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