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Great Australian Droving Stories by Bill Marsh
A collection of amazing, hilarious, controversial, rugged stories that pack a real punch. Listen as these drovers, ringers, stockmen, stockwomen and scoundrels speak about their way of life in an Australia that is fast disappearing.
Great Australian Outback Police Stories by Bill Marsh
Yarns and memories that capture the experience of policing in the bush, gathered by the inimitable Bill 'Swampy' Marsh, bestselling author of GREAT AUSTRALIAN FLYING DOCTOR STORIES and GREAT AUSTRALIAN CWA STORIES. 'I tell you, you meet some strange characters in this game ...' Boasting the biggest beat ...Show more
The Best Stories Under the Sun by Michael Wilding
Top Australian writers, winners of the Miles Franklin, Christina Stead, Steele Rudd, Australia-Vogel, Age Book of the Year and Commonwealth prizes join an exciting young up-and-coming talent in this brilliant collection of 24 new stories, novel previews and retrospectives.
Australia's Best Unknown Stories (CD) by Jim Haynes
From remote outback and cattle stations to coastal towns comes a collection of amazing, eccentric and funny Australian stories, yarns and furphies - most completely unknown along with some you thought you knew. From Jim Haynes, one of our most successful and prolific Australiana authors, comes a collect ...Show more
Great Australian Urban Legends by Eamon Evans
Satanists in Perth. Panthers in Sydney. Inner Melbourne's secret morgue. Australia is stuffed full of stories that need to be taken with a big spoonful of salt. Stories that we all know are silly, but that we also love to share. In Great Australian urban legends, Eamon Evans presents myths, misconceptio ...Show more
Great Working Horse Stories by Angela Goode
While continuing to celebrate the traditional uses of horses in Australia, this edition also has stories reflecting the working horse in modern times: the Heritage Horse Ride; a day with the whip-cracker of the Sydney Olympic Opening Ceremony; the Horse Whisperers who use horses as therapy for rural kid ...Show more
THE OLD COUNTRY: AUSTRALIAN LANDSCAPES, by SEDDON GEORGE
We are a nation of gardeners, and we take pleasure in tending our backyards. But this pleasure sits uneasily with our knowledge that the places where most of us live are running out of water. We suspect that our lawns and many of our plants from the damp climates of northern European gardens are too dem ...Show more