Australian Non-FictionI have true stories of the outback and poetry like Banjo Patterson and Henry Lawson in this section.
Walers Go to War
Horses are strong, and loyal and more, but none so brave as the horses of war.
Legend of the Light Horse, The
The book tells of the mounted soldiers of Australia, from recruiting the Light Horse, on to the land of Egypt and the ANZAC, why they wore emu feathers in their hats, to Belguim and France and the Charge at Beersheba.
The Australian Light Horse - PB
The Australian Light Horse was a unique force, first raised during the Boer War, and then reformed for World War I.
Horses Too Are Gone, The
The drought had reached crisis point. Cattle farmer Mike Keenan decided there was only one solution: he would have to get his starving cattle and his beloved horses to greener pastures north of the border.
Top Dogs: A Celebration of Great Australian Working Dogs - HB
Ask anyone who lives and works on the land and they will tell you that a good working dog is the heart and soul of rural life.
Woolsheds - HB
The Australian woolshed is quintessential Australian architecture, steeped in our history and folklore.