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Little Boats with Sails
Added: Mar 6, 2021
 
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A history of yachting's 21 foot restricted class which filled an important niche in Australia's sailing history between the first and second world wars.

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The Gatenby Saga
Added: Feb 17, 2021
 
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The story of seven generations of the Gatenby family who settled in Tasmania's midlands.

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Gravel & Mud
Added: Apr 16, 2021
 
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Stories of football played in the mud and gravel of Tasmania's West Coast mining community.

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Hobart's Tram Trilogy - Elizabeth, Macquarie & Liverpool Streets - softcover
 
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This tram history book is divided into three sections (the Elizabeth Street, Macquarie Street and Liverpool Street trams of Hobart, Tasmania), and recalls the endeavour and enterprise of earlier years, and the importance of the tramway system in the evolution of the city of Hobart and the growth of its suburbs.

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Fugitive History - The Art of Julie Gough
 
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Fugitive History - The Art of Julie Gough celebrates Gough’s art practice, which, for over twenty years, has been central to her search for, and creation of, an identity.

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Hop Kilns of Tasmania
 
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A photographic journey around Tasmania's historic hop kilns.

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Municipal Magnificence - The Hobart Town Hall 1866 - 2016
 
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This book tells the story of the Town Hall site from its earliest days, as an Aboriginal landscape, the location of the colony's first government house and the design and completion of the present Town Hall complex.

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The Agrarian Kitchen - New Norfolk cooking school
 
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This collection of recipes from the phenomenally popular cooking school, The Agrarian Kitchen in Tasmania's New Norfolk, celebrates the simple pleasures of cooking and eating in tune with the seasons, and the rhythm of a life lived close to the earth.

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The Making of MONA
 
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This is the inside story of how MONA - David Walsh's Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart - came to be.

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The Truffle Cookbook
 
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A celebration of the natural wonders of the not so humble truffle.

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First Views of Lake St Clair - John Skinner Prout & Morton Allport
 
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In 1862 the artist John Skinner Prout published an account of his 1845 trip to Lake St Clair. In 1863, his student and photographer Morton Allport travelled to Lake St Clair and using the new 'dry plate' technique, achieved the first photographic record of the area - Tasmania's first wilderness photographs.

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The Harbour - history of Binalong Bay & Humbug Point, North-East Tasmania
 
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The Harbour - a history of Binalong Bay and Humbug Point in North-East Tasmania.

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A Bone of Fact - David Walsh autobiography
 
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David Walsh - the creator of MONA in Hobart, Tasmania - is both a giant and an enigma in the Australian art world - this is his autobiography.


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