Books in category Travel – Australia & Oceania

  • Id e d itin raire en Australie Plong e Down Under

    Idée d’itinéraire en Australie : Plongée Down Under

    Idée d'itinéraire en Australie: Plongée Down Under, est tiré du beau livre Ulysse Les 50 plus beaux itinéraires autour du monde.

  • Exploring a Wild Australian Coast

    Exploring a Wild Australian Coast
    Klaus Hueneke

    A poetic, personal, candid and richly descriptive account of over 40 journeys, on foot, in a kayak and by campervan to different parts of the South Coast of New South Wales over the last twenty years.

  • Im Herzen Australiens

    Im Herzen Australiens
    Detlev Dr. Henschel

    Henschel bereiste in mehr als zwei Jahren das australische Outback mit seiner Lebenspartnerin (u.a.) auf ungewöhnliche Weise: im Offroader, im Kajak und zu Fuß.

  • Insight Guides Australia

    Insight Guides: Australia
    Insight Guides

    The informative text, written by regional experts, is a pleasure to read and accompanied by stunning photography.

  • Christmas Island

    Christmas Island
    Simone Dennis

    As the first book in the discipline of anthropology to study Christmas Island in ethnographic terms, Christmas Island is a critical work for all collections in anthropology and Australian Studies.

  • Lonely Planet New Zealand s South Island

    Lonely Planet New Zealand’s South Island
    Lonely Planet, Charles Rawlings-Way, Sarah Bennett, Peter Dragicevich, Lee Slater

    Important Notice: The digital edition of this book may not contain all of the images found in the physical edition.

  • Wonders Down Under

    Wonders Down Under
    M. M. (Jane) Estes

    Have you ever wished you could go somewhere that you have read about or heard about to see for yourself what it is like? That is how this book began.

  • Charming Small Hotels in Austria

    Charming Small Hotels in Austria
    Andrew Duncan

    Publisher Fact Sheet Over 250 small hotels profiled, with prices, candid descriptions, all details. Full color maps & photos.

  • 30 Days in the South Pacific

    30 Days in the South Pacific
    Sean O’Reilly, James O’Reilly, Larry Habegger

    Few can resist the lure of pristine beaches, endless coral reefs, and blazing tropical suns. The South Pacific is still largely unspoiled for travelers willing to stray a little off the beaten path.

  • In Tasmania

    In Tasmania
    Nicholas Shakespeare

    The settlement of Tasmania by Europeans began two hundred years ago. Nicholas Shakespeare first went there, having heard of the island’s exceptional beauty, because it was famously remote.

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