Books in category Travel – Australia & Oceania

  • Lonely Planet Discover New Zealand

    Lonely Planet Discover New Zealand
    Charles Rawlings-Way, Brett Atkinson

    Reviews the history, geography, and culture of New Zealand, describes tourist attractions in each region, and recommends hotels and restaurants.

  • Ferry to Tasmania

    Ferry to Tasmania
    Peter Plowman

    A detailed account of the development of the Tasmanian ferry services, from the very early days of paddly steamers to the present.

  • Explore Victoria 2013

    Explore Victoria 2013
    Explore Australia Publishing

    With detailed information on Victoria’s towns, and in-depth coverage of capital city Melbourne, this comprehensive guide will help you decide where to go and what to see and do when you get there.

  • Western Australia

    Western Australia
    Susie Ashworth, Rebecca Turner, Simone Egger

    It's the perfect getaway. With this detailed regional guide in hand set your sights on the very best that Australia's big and beautiful backyard has to offer.

  • Virtual Voyages

    Virtual Voyages
    Paul Longley Arthur

    This book offers a fresh perspective by focussing on the eighteenth century, and referring to the geographical region of Australia and the Pacific, which has had far less attention.

  • Travel New Zealand

    Travel New Zealand
    Urban Napflin

    Unique New Zealand – Landscape – Regions – Animals – Plants (including interesting New Zealand gardens) – People (including famous Kiwis) – Maori (including Maori values, Maori Arts, famous Maori) – New Zealand Culture (including New …

  • 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

    Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet New Zealand's South Island is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you.

  • 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.

  • Throwim Way Leg

    Throwim Way Leg
    Tim Flannery

    Details the author's friendship with a New Guinea warrior and the fate of the indigenous peoples.

  • Lonely Planet New Zealand s Best Trips

    Lonely Planet New Zealand’s Best Trips
    Lonely Planet, Brett Atkinson, Sarah Bennett, Lee Slater

    Inside Lonely Planet New Zealand's Best Trips : Lavish colour and gorgeous photography throughout Itineraries and planning advice to pick the right tailored routes for your needs and interests Get around easily – easy-to-read, full-colour …

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