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The Queenstown Conspiracy By John Hepher
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A political conspiracy involving nasty weapons and the government set in the Tasmanian West Coast town of Queenstown.
The Queenstown Conspiracy By John Hepher
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A political conspiracy involving nasty weapons and the government set in the Tasmanian West Coast town of Queenstown.
Richard Robinson's Queenstown By Richard Robinson
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What does an artist learn from 3 months in a painter’s paradise? In 2014 New Zealand artist Richard Robinson visited the Queenstown area of New Zealand for 3 months to paint some of the most... More > spectacular scenery on the planet. It’s a tough job, but someone’s got to do it. This book is a painter’s diary - a collection of thoughts, realisations, notes, techniques and even an epiphany or two, written to inspire and enlighten any landscape painter or art lover with a thirst for adventure and practical painting know-how. Enjoy.< Less
Lupins 2011 By Ross Heywood
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Lupin photos taken around Queenstown in New Zealand.
The Ultimate New Zealand Travel Guide By Ron Laughlin
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For the traveller who plans to self-drive. Learn about New Zealand from a real professional travel writer/photographer who has travelled throughout the entire country for twenty years searching for... More > travel articles and photographs. He will personally introduce you to the fabulous scenic wonders of New Zealand, exciting activities for the most adventuresome to the laid back. He will take you to the best cafes and restaurants and sip exquisite wines at their sources. Meet the whales, swim with rare Hector dolphins, cavort with baby seals, guided to isolated beaches and walk through pristine wilderness, raft wild rivers and kayak serene lakes and stand in awe at the foot of the majestic Southern Alps and walk on a glacier. Discover the wild and wonderful world of New Zealand and maybe try out the bungy jump and take a jet boat ride. Learn how to get the best rental vehicle, best accommodation to fit your needs and budget and be sure to sign up for your own free personal itinerary offered in this book.< Less
My Calendar By collin giusti
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Photo calander from queenstown new zealand and surrounding areas.
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 26. New Zealand Travel Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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New Zealand is in the southwest Pacific, three hours from Sydney, Australia and about 11 hours from Los Angeles by plane. It is an English speaking country with a population of about four million. ... More > Auckland, the largest city, has a population of around one million. New Zealanders, like the rest of the British Commonwealth, drive on the left of the road. New Zealand is spread over three relatively small islands with modern transportation, air flights and rail, The people speak English. New Zealand is made up of two major islands (north and south) and several small islands: Chatham Islands, southeast of NZ. Cook Islands in the north. Tokelau, up near Kiribali. Wellington is the capital city but it's much smaller than Auckland with a population of 150,000. It's at the southern end of North Island. It's very windy there. Aotearoa is what the Maoris called New Zealand, the land of the long white cloud.< Less
NZ Travel Photo Diary By Gyro's Garage
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100 year old photos of New Zealand with diary to record your travels.
NZ Travel Photo Diary By Gyro's Garage
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100 year old photos of New Zealand with diary to record your travels.
DOWN UNDER UNDER By Milos Subotincic
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Have a good look through the eyes of a seasoned backpacker, 84 years old, still with his unclouded mind. Misha’s extensive travelling were driven by his inquisitiveness and desire to understand... More > what and why is going on this planet. Trying to appreciate Kiwis and Aussies was his four months valiant challenge and 300 pages later (fully illustrated) we are richer for it. His sharp personal focus on aboriginal “problem” is refreshing. Without missing a day to record his everyday observations, he created a rich tapestry of the life on this “Down Under Under” land.< Less