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Eat Drink Love Tasmania 2
 
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Enjoy the best food and travel adventures that Tasmania has to offer.

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Wattles of Tasmania
 
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Wattles of Tasmania contains everything one needs to become an expert on the wattles of Tasmania.

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Living with Jezebel - A Life on Tasmanian and Bass Strait Lightstations
 
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The story of life lived on Tasmania's remote lighthouses in the days just before automation.

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Guardians of the Port
 
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A history of the colonial pilots of the Port of Hobart from the earliest days of maritime trade on the Derwent.

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Tassie's Whale Boys
 
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The story of more than one hundred and twenty mostly Tasmanian men who signed up with Norwegian whaling ships in the 1920's for "the adventure of their lifetime" hunting the great mammals in Antarctic waters.

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Journeys into the Wild - the Photography of Peter Dombrovskis
 
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The remarkable photography of Peter Dombrovskis captured in one stunning volume, with an introduction and commentary by Bob Brown.

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Birds of Cataract Gorge and Surrounds
 
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A beautifully photographed guide to the 97 bird species to be found in and around Launceston's Cataract Gorge.

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100 Hobart Houses 1901-2000 - softcover
 
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Every house has a story. 100 Hobart Houses tells a hundred stories, one for each year of the 20th century.

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Tasmania's Bygone Years of Road Transport 1940-1950
 
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Tasmania's Bygone Years of Road Transport 1940 - 1950 is the third in a series of books on the history of motoring in Tasmania.

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The Zeehan El Dorado - A History of Zeehan hardcover
 
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At its mining height Zeehan was the third largest town in Tasmania; Zeehan's railway yards handled the largest tonnages in the state, thus providing an economic stimulus to the North-West Coast particularly Burnie.

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