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Hiking the Overland Track
Added: Mar 10, 2020
 
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An essential planning guide for anyone embarking on one of Tasmania's iconic multi day wilderness walks.


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Proud to be Tasmanian
Added: Feb 25, 2020
 
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Robin Gray was the leader of Tasmania's first-ever majority Liberal Government and had a profound impact on the state's progress during the 1980's. Here he tells the story of his government, its controversies and its achievements from the inside.


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Can My Pony Come Too?
 
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The story of one family's move from a seemingly idyllic home in Tipperary in Ireland to a challenging new life in Australia and eventually Tasmania.

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Celebrated Chairs
 
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The story of George Peddle and Harry Hearn who brought the traditional craft of Windsor-chair making to Tasmania.

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Central Cookery Book
 
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A standard reference for generations of young Tasmanians, Central Cookery Book is now in its 17th edition and remains as relevant today as when first published.


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Charles Darwin in Hobart
 
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A record of Charles Darwin's visit to Hobart Town in 1836 and the observations he recorded.

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Child of Gondwana - the geological making of Tasmania
 
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A guide to the unique geology of Tasmania written for everyone.

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Cider Gums & Currawongs - the Lake Country of Tasmania to the 1950s
 
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Cider Gums & Currawongs contains a wealth of photographs and other material assembled to create a detailed history of Tasmania's high country up until the 1950s when roads, cars and modern communications brought rapid and permanent lifestyle change.

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Cleansing the Colony
 
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The little known story of the more than one hundred people transported from New Zealand to Van Diemen's Land.

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Closing Hell's Gates - the death of a convict station
 
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Based on an elaborate reconstruction of day-to-day life at Macquarie Harbour, one of Australia's most notorious sites of convict punishment, this is the true story of how, in 1827, nine convicts opted for 'state-assisted' escape (the death sentence) rather than endure the hardships and privations of the penal settlement on Sarah Island.

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Conservation Worrier
 
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Academic and conservation warrior, Jamie Kirkpatrick, looks back on his life and achievements.

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Convict Lives at Cascades Female Factory
 
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The lives and stories of 33 women who spent time at the Cascades Female Factory.

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