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.
Click Go the Shears - Children's Picture Book - PB
A fresh edition of the world's most famous shearing song. Click Go the Shears was probably the most wide pread and enduring of the old-time shearers' songs.
Great Pioneer Women
From the 1800s to the onset of World War 1, pioneers making their homes in outback Australia were joined by their wives, many of them whom had no idea of the difficulties and dangers ahead.
Australia on Horseback - HB
The first horse set foot in Australia on 30 January 1788, one of seven aboard the First Fleet's Lady Penrhyn, which also carried a cargo of female convicts.
Woolsheds - HB
The Australian woolshed is quintessential Australian architecture, steeped in our history and folklore.
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Stockmen: The Making of An Australian Legend - HB
Working in some of the world's most challenging natural landscapes with beasts from tame to totally wild, the stockman speaks to something within the soul of every Australian.