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The Queenslander By iAN DERRICK
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World War Two is over and North Queensland is yawning its way back to normality. The name and exact location of this town is not important except it is somewhere on the coastal side of the Great... More > Divide. By small it is not a one horse town - but too under populated to score a red dot on the map and be classified as a city. Big enough to boast a Mayor – a Shire Council – a meat works – small port – a river plus a creek - a railway workshop – say ten pubs – a public hospital and library – a cemetery - two department stores – banks – a hardware business plus numerous small enterprises. Oh yes, it also has a dominate Catholic Church, complete with a Bishop to cater for the spiritual needs of a large but mainly rural diocese and a Church of England house of worship that is content to accept its prelate guidance from somewhere further South. The only other religious persuasion of any consequence is the somewhat less patronized Presbyterian denomination.< Less
The Queenslander By iAN DERRICK
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World War Two is over and North Queensland is yawning its way back to normality. The name and exact location of this town is not important except it is somewhere on the coastal side of the Great... More > Divide. By small it is not a one horse town - but too under populated to score a red dot on the map and be classified as a city. Big enough to boast a Mayor – a Shire Council – a meat works – small port – a river plus a creek - a railway workshop – say ten pubs – a public hospital and library – a cemetery - two department stores – banks – a hardware business plus numerous small enterprises. Oh yes, it also has a dominate Catholic Church, complete with a Bishop to cater for the spiritual needs of a large but mainly rural diocese and a Church of England house of worship that is content to accept its prelate guidance from somewhere further South. The only other religious persuasion of any consequence is the somewhat less patronized Presbyterian denomination.< Less
Queensland, Australia By Sherrianne Talon
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Bits and pieces of beautiful South East Queensland. Waterfalls, ocean, gorges, beaches, hinterland, and rain forests all come to life in this gorgeous coffee table book.
Queensland Ringer By Antony Agar
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In North America he's a cowboy, In Australia a ringer. With humour and insight the author has captured the atmoshpere of the Australian outback in this absorbing tale. We meet a young man newly... More > arrived on a north Queensland cattle station, completely out of his depth. We leave him head stockman on a vast Gulf Country station. Readers of all ages will identify with him as he learns the requiered skills, faces the dangers and assumes the responsibilities that bring about the transformation. The interesting characters he meets along the way are well drawn. The experienced men who guide him in the early years. His mates in the mustering camps. The violent types he is obliged to confront during off season labouring jobs. The cattle thieves he encounters. The young ladies who share his life from time to time. Set in the years when it was possible to ride for days on end without seeing a fence and when droving trips that lasted for months were commonplace, this is a book that is hard to put down.< Less
Queensland Ringer By Antony Agar
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In North America he's a cowboy, In Australia a ringer. With humour and insight the author has captured the atmoshpere of the Australian outback in this absorbing tale. We meet a young man newly... More > arrived on a north Queensland cattle station, completely out of his depth. We leave him head stockman on a vast Gulf Country station. Readers of all ages will identify with him as he learns the requiered skills, faces the dangers and assumes the responsibilities that bring about the transformation. The interesting characters he meets along the way are well drawn. The experienced men who guide him in the early years. His mates in the mustering camps. The violent types he is obliged to confront during off season labouring jobs. The cattle thieves he encounters. The young ladies who share his life from time to time. Set in the years when it was possible to ride for days on end without seeing a fence and when droving trips that lasted for months were commonplace, this is a book that is hard to put down.< Less
Queensland Off the Beaten Track By Gail Kavanagh
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Queensland Off the Beaten Track is a guide to out of the way towns and villages in Queensland that have unique traditions and quirky folklore. Whether you plan to visit or prefer to travel in your... More > armchair, it is packed with history and stories about some of Queensland's most interesting places and characters.< Less
Queensland Off the Beaten Track By Gail Kavanagh
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Queensland Off the Beaten Track is a guide to out of the way towns and villages in Queensland that have unique traditions and quirky folklore. Whether you plan to visit or prefer to travel in your... More > armchair, it is packed with history and stories about some of Queensland's most interesting places and characters.< Less
Queensland Off the Beaten Track By Gail Kavanagh
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The Queensland Off the Beaten Track calendar complements the guide book of the same name. The calendar shows twelve oustanding images of Queensland life and culture from eye catching roadside... More > advertising to backyard BBQs. Bring a bit of Queensland sunshine and relaxed lifestyle to your home all year round! All images are copyright to Gail Kavanagh. i< Less
Queensland coastal and nature calendar By Z Gell
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Photography of Queensland, Australia coast and nature. I took all of these photographs and hope you enjoy them as much as I do living here in Australia.
Charles Faulkner, a Queensland pioneer By Morland Smith
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A native of the Fens country in Lincolnshire, Charles Faulkner and wife Elizabeth left England in 1848 to start a new life in Australia. After only 3 weeks at sea on board the barque Artemisia,... More > tragedy struck when Elizabeth died and was buried at sea. Charles sought his fortune by prospecting for gold at Ballarat and California before settling in Maryborough, Queensland and marrying Emma Woodman. After farming at "The Pocket" in Maryborough and prospecting for gold at Gympie in 1867, he and Emma with their 9 children moved to the Bundaberg district where he established the successful Woodlands Sugar Plantation near Burnett Heads. Research for this biography has been carried out by one of Charles's great grandsons, Morland Smith.< Less