The 200 beautiful photos of the City of Adelaide and environs in this engaging book have been taken by local photographer Paul Weston during the past fourteen years.
The book is a totally local product, being printed by Openbook Howden at St Marys.The collection start... read more
Australia Remember This Too! is a photographic celebration of nostalgia, particularly for Baby Boomers, 114,000 of whom follow the 'Australia Remember When' Facebook page, sharing their photos and memories.Remember Mike Willesee's A Current Affair from the '70s? Fair... read more
A history of Cavan Station and the Riley legacy Cavan Station near Yass, now owned by Rupert Murdoch, is one of the most important grazing properties in the history of the Australian wool industry. The cradle of early innovation in the growing of fine wool, it is the place where, ... 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
Joel Wakely has worked with and raced with Holden cars almost his entire life, owning several significant and some very rare models. He knows Holdens like he knows the back of his hand, and he knows many other passion... read more
|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.
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
Starting with 7,000-year-old Aboriginal fish traps and ending with a look into the future in a chapter on virtual fencing, Jack Bradshaw traces the history of Australia's fences in words and pictures.
Remember childhood visits to the Adelaide Zoo with a ride in the elephant cart? School lunches and a glass bottle of sun-warmed milk? spending Saturday night at Downtown or Tilt to play arcade games or go rollerskating? rides at Magic Mountain or Dazzleland, dances at local clubs with ... read more