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A Treacherous Country
Added: Jun 1, 2020
 
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The winner of the 2020 Australian/Vogel's Literary award, by Tasmanian writer Katherine Kruimink.

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Waterfalls of Tasmania - Daytrips to waterfalls
Added: May 23, 2020
 
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Containing 36 hikes and over 50 waterfalls to visit throughout Tasmania, each hike in this book has been tailored to take at least 1 hour to complete.


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On His Majesty's Service - George Augustus Robinson's First Forty Years in England and Van Diemen's Land
Added: May 22, 2020
 
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This partial biography of Robinson's first forty years presents a new Robinson - not the 'Black Robinson' of Rae-Ellis, James Bonwick, John West and James Erskine Calder, nor the 'White Robinson' of Mark Twain - but a 'Grey Robinson', a grey robin with a red breast.

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A Miscellany of Tasmaniana - Selected Vice-Regal Speeches
 
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William Cox's excerpts from speeches he gave as Governor of Tasmania (2004-2008).

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A Passion for Nature - William Charles Piguenit
 
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William Charles Piguenit (1836-1914) was the first Australian -born professional landscape painter and the first Tasmanian-born artist. Piguenit's artistic output spanned a period of activity and development from the late 1860s to the beginning of the 20th century.

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A Peopled Frontier - the European Heritage of the Tarkine Area
 
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A Peopled Frontier documents the considerable history of human activity (European only) in the Tarkine region of north-west Tasmania which contains a large tract of temperate rainforest and is often described - erroneously, according to the author - as a wilderness.

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A Post-Colonial Boy (Facing the Music) - poetry
 
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These poems convey Graeme Hetherington's response to his awareness of Tasmania's convict past as it continued to make itself deeply felt during the 40s and 50s of the last century, nowhere more so than on the island's West Coast.

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A Short History of Richard Kline
 
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All his life, Richard Kline has been haunted by a sense that something is lacking. He envies the ease with which others slip into contented suburban life or the pursuit of wealth.

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A Smile for Micky
 
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The story of the death of Micky Hallam, told by his mate Desmond Jackson - an indictment of the behaviour of the Japanese toward Prisoners of War in WWII.

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A Step Too Far: Life as a Country Cop
 
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This book gives you a front row seat, or perhaps a backstage pass, to a life in the police force.

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A Stone's Throw
 
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Smith Street sits on the outskirts of the small town of Burston, which lies back from the coast of North West Tasmania. The street's long-time residents are a quirky lot, and their lives blend in numerous ways.

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A Story of Seven Summers - Life in the Nuns' House, Karoola
 
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On the outside, Hilary Burden was living a glamorous life as a busy, high-flying, globetrotting magazine journalist based in London. Deciding that she wanted to make her own life, Hilary returned to Tasmania.

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A Table in the Valley - Food Stories and Recipes from Tasmania's Huon Valley
 
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With an abundance of producers, the Huon Valley is possibly one of Australia’s most diverse food regions and historically Tasmania’s most recognised and significant region in establishing Tasmania’s international reputation as The Apple Isle.

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