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- The Floating Press 1908; US$ 3.99
In the South Seas is a collection of Robert Louis Stevenson's articles and essays on his travels in the Pacific. In his words: "For nearly ten years my health had been declining; and for some while before I set forth upon my voyage, I believed I was come to the afterpiece of life, and had only the nurse and undertaker to expect. It was suggested... more...
- Hunter Publishing 2009; US$ 9.99
Following are a few paragraphs from this inspiring and astonishingly detailed guide. The author, a native Australian, covers everything you might want to know about Queensland - guaranteed! The places to stay in every part of Queensland, from budget to luxury, rentals to B&Bs, the restaurants, from fast food to the highest quality, the beachwalks and... more...
- Hardie Grant Books 2010; US$ 29.95
Following the completely revised and updated edition of Explore Australia 2010, comes Explore Australias new range of state guides. Holiday in New South Wales is now available in a smaller format with a practical flexi-bind cover. Each guide covers the capital city, holiday regions, an AZ listing of all major towns and a complete road atlas.... more...
- Hardie Grant Books 2011; US$ 12.99
Brisbane foodies have a wealth of fresh, locally grown foods at their fingertips. Finally, the bible for the burgeoning Brisbane foodie scene has arrived. The Foodies Guide to Brisbane contains reviews of all the Brisbane foodie hotspots, as well as detailed sections on the Gold Coast and Tambourine Mountain, the Sunshine Coast, and Stanthorpe,... more...
- NewSouth 2015; US$ 9.99
Everyone has heard the clichés about Queensland politics: Queensland is different. Its the Deep North. Its state elections exemplify Pineapple Party Time. But what if those clichés are in fact looking more like the state of affairs in the rest of Australia? Does the Sunshine State represent the new normal in... more...
- Hardie Grant Books 2010; US$ 14.95
Following the success of Hide & Seek Melbourne and Hide & Seek Sydney comes the third guidebook in this series. Hide & Seek Brisbane is a funky and compact guide to the citys hidden treasures. From restaurants and shops to bars and outdoor activities, the book features 40 secret and intriguing places that you wont find in any regular travel... more...
- Aboriginal Studies Press 2010; US$ 28.00
Based on extensive archival and oral history research as well as on personal connections with the community, this volume challenges the prevailing negative view of Palm Island, Australia, and argues against the failure to address today?s continuing Indigenous disadvantage. This substantial history recounts some of the most explosive episodes in Queensland... more...
- Hardie Grant Books 2012; US$ 9.99
Explore Queensland 2013 is the essential, full-colour travel guide and atlas to Queensland, home to the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree National Park. With detailed information on Queenslands towns, and in-depth coverage of capital city Brisbane, this comprehensive guide will help you decide where to go and what to see and do when you get there.... more...
- Melbourne University Press 2012; US$ 19.99
?Julia Gillard was impatient for the prime ministership, and either worked with or allowed others to manufacture a sense of crisis around Rudd?s leadership. She then cut down a prime minister in his first term and tried to pretend it was in the national interest to do so. Since then, she has been the architect of her own misfortune.? In Tales from... more...