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Australia - Exploring Down Under By Socheat Long
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The book is a general guide of what you can expect to see and do while your here in Australia, this edition is the Sydney and Cairns Edition, You get some ideas of you can do and see in each city.... More > The book will contain photos by the author and other sources, which is reserved and credited to them if you want any photo that are done by the author then please contact them at< Less
Welcome to the Carbon Coast By Pierre "Pépé" Fermier
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The amusing account of finding one's place in what could be today's most active city in Australia, Quid pro quos and quirky observations abound whilst Pépé finds himself participating... More > in fishy auctions, renovating and investing in Gold Coast scams. He enjoys the friendship of his workmates who introduce him to suicidal mud crabs, giant cats, and complicated bartering techniques whilst searching for golf balls, fairness and water. Considering himself as a permanent tourist, always ready to discover what Central Queensland has to offer, he also meets a real life garden gnome with insights into the intricacies of the Australian tax system before he finds out wether or not he does belong.< Less
Beauty of Gold Coast Australia By V. T.
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Do you like beaches? The sun, sand and sea? I love it so much I took my degree in Brisbane, Australia. In this way, I can drive to Gold Coast every weekend. Staying near Gold Coast is definitely one... More > of the most enjoyable thing in life. You can relax under the sun, drinking a cold beer and watch the surfers surf. The sound of the wave are so soothing that make me totally calm and peaceful at heart. Nothing can describe this feeling and you have to experience it personally. If you plan to go Gold Coast, Australia, this ebook may be useful. Inside contains tons of information such as hotel, places of interest, what to do at night, etc ... Get this ebook , plan your trip and move!< Less
White or Yellow? The Race War of 1908 AD By William Lane
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Utopian socialist William Lane's racist fantasy of Queensland over-run by Chinese immigrants, and the revolutionary war to re-establish white supremacy in Australia.
Still More Passion About Photography By Ian McKenzie
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Passionate About Photography has regular photo shoots for models and actors living in the south-east corner of the state of Queensland, Australia. The photos in this album were taken of models during... More > August and September, 2016.< Less
Beautiful Brisbane: Your Electronic Post-Card of Brisbane By Ian McKenzie
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Brisbane is the capital city of Queensland, Australia. With its sub-tropical climate and winding Brisbane river, the city has often been called the "River City". City Cats (catamarans) are... More > a popular mode of travel in the city, and a trip up and down the river in a Cat is highly recommended for anyone visiting Brisbane. All photographs have been taken by author and photographer, Ian McKenzie.< Less
Through a Hedge Backwards Volume 1: Rats and Stats: Discovering Psychology in the Swinging Sixties By Ian Hills
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The life of a 1960s psychology student. This first volume of the “Through a Hedge Backwards” memoir series captures the life of a student of psychology at Queensland University in... More > ultra-conservative Brisbane in the swinging sixties. The author has an intimate knowledge of psychology in Australia and provides an insider's view of the development of the profession through its adolescent years. The book delivers a critical examination of the behind-the-scenes manoeuvrings to resolve the serious issues facing the profession, told against the backdrop of the social history of the times. This critique of the history and politics of Australian psychology is leavened with controversial theories, anecdotes of student life, street marches, wild parties and the life of a singer-songwriter. And Ian has a secret problem. He is uncoordinated, half-blind, dyslexic and can’t hold his drink. His struggle to overcome these hidden weaknesses is woven through his story with a light but thoughtful touch.< Less
Meanjin to Brisvegas: Snapshots of Brisbane's journey from colonial backwater to new world city By John Tilston
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This book describes seminal moments in the history of the capital city of Queensland, which in just one generation has grown from country town to vibrant modern metropolis. It had a tough start. It... More > became a separate state with less financial support from London than any other colony in the mighty British Empire. Almost a century later is was briefly the Allied Forces headquarters for the Pacific War, delighting and depressing its citizens in equal measure. Then it had to shake off corruption in high places before it could realise its great potential. There was some intrigue along the way. Early Brisbane society was enlivened by its own aristocratic Lady Di; a gruesome murder started a dynasty; the Battle of Brisbane was hushed-up to maintain morale; and the local ‘Rat Pack’ played a rather different Joke. Prior to European settlement - as Meanjin - it was a busy meeting place for the many indigenous clans in the Moreton Bay region.< Less
The Golden Orchid By James Moylan
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If only the criminals in the colony would just lift their game? After a fitful night spent tossing and turning Slikker provided his mate Eddie with an ear-bashing over breakfast. “Consider... More > the Sketland Mob. Now there was a fair-dinkum reign of terror. Evil bastards, through and through and violent. Mongrels, granted, but sly an’ difficult mongrels. Or the Gang o’ Five. That was a substantive campaign. Murder, corruption, intimidation, and theft. Even sly grogging. They had the whole of Charters Towers under their thumb. An’ again, while they was a bunch of utter bastards, at least they was interestin’ bastards, running a farsighted criminal enterprise. What we need is an outbreak of criminal cunning. An epidemic of sly reasoning. A sudden plague of moral turpitude. What North Queensland needs, mate, is some decent bloody crims!” Apparently Slikker had entirely forgotten about the old adage that ‘you need to be careful about what you wish for’. Sometimes wishes come true.< Less
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