Making their own way: The Dunbabins on Maria Island 1869-1876 is by Tom Dunbabin.
This book by John Chapman contains comprehensive track notes for walking the Overland Track in Tasmania. The book is intended for those walking the Overland Track only. The guide has colour topographic maps of the entire track plus gradient profiles of the track and major side trips.
This book by John Chapman contains comprehensive track notes for walking the South Coast track in Tasmania. The book is intended for those walking the South Coast track only. The guide has colour topographic maps of the entire track plus gradient profiles of the track and major side trips.
This book by John Chapman covers all the main tracks and routes in South West and Wild Rivers National Parks in Tasmania. The book contains comprehensive track notes and also brief background notes on history, weather, botany and geology, place names, comprehensive safety notes and access details.
This Tasmanian Mammals field guide features photographs and text by Dave Watts.
An in depth field guide to wildflowers of Tasmania by R.F Minchin.
This book by Dave Watts and Cathie Plowman is a comprehensive guide to the wildlife hotspots of Tasmania. Where to See Wildlife in Tasmania features 29 locations where people have an excellent chance of seeing animals in their native habitat. Each location has a map detailing facilities, accessibility and the best places to look. Colour photographs and descriptions of the animals are featured throughout the book.
Explore Maria Island Marine Reserve and surrounding areas whilst enjoying unique underwater footage in this 49 minute DVD.
Powerful Country, Passionate People.
The Arthur-Pieman is an extraordinary place - and those lucky enough to live here know it. Meet some of the locals that give this place its unique character.
The Needwonnee Walk is a unique interpretive experience created at Melaleuca in remote South West Tasmania - the former homelands of the Needwonnee Aboriginal people. The booklet and DVD tell the remarkable and poignant story.
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