|Author:||Mandy Paul (Editor); Michelangelo Bolognese (Editor)|
Cars are a central feature of life in remote Aboriginal communities. Far from spare parts and sophisticated tools, bush mechanics keep cars running with what is available in the bush, including mulga wood, spinifex and sand. Bush Mechanics first screened in 2001. This book explores the history and the continuing appeal of the show.
Barossa Journeys: Into a valley of tradition creates a sensory experience where the flavours of wine and food intermingle with the celebrations of festivals and music. Favourite places and enchanting, out-of-the-way sites are revealed. Explore places as ... read more
Remember grabbing a copy of the late edition afternoon paper from the paper boy? Watching a Graham Kennedy skit on TV? Did you buy a 45rpm single or a 33rpm album at your local record shop? And play it on your record player? If you answered yes to any of these questions... read more
Reclining in the shade of a rotunda, or being serenaded from a bandstand, everyone has fond memories of sunny days in parks and pavilions. Criss-crossing the country, from Albany to Toogoolawah, travellers can find little gems that adorn the land. Bandstands, pavillions and r... read more
|Author:||Bob Brown (Introduction by); Peter Dombrovskis (Photographer)|
Journeys into the Wild is a poetic escape to a fragile and breathtaking wilderness, with celebrated photographer Peter Dombrovskis as our guide. A silhouette of a damaged twisted Pencil Pine, wearing a fine dusting of fresh snow and pr... read more
Over the course of four years, journalist Graham Lloyd and photographer Vanessa Hunter sought out Australia's wildest, most significant and least known natural phenomena.Wild Beauty is an intimate showcase of 26 of these places, which represent the country's oldest, tallest, longest... read more
Blast The Bush CD - Duration 5 hours 45 minutes - 5 CDs. Directed and edited by Phil Sexton. Blast The Bush is the second of Len Beadell's best selling series of books where the story of the frantic and harried efforts of the people who worked on the British Atomic Testing Project, code named "X 200", is told.
From the authors of Australias favourite bush camping and 4WD guides comes a striking review of Australias iconic bush pubs. No-one is in a better position to know which are the countrys most extraordinary bush pubs - ... read more
What are the most precious relics of Australia's past? Australian Icons contains an extraordinary collection of objects, some magnificent, some tatty, some amusing, some poignant, each of which has had a significant part to play in the Australian consciousness. These relics are lovingly preserved in d... read more