|Author:||Colin Tatz; Paul Tatz|
The Aboriginal and Islander Sports Hall of Fame was inaugurated in 1995, with 129 initial members. There has been a remarkable increase in Aboriginal and Islander participaton in both mainstream and unusual sports that were earlie... read more
This is Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls meets Amelia Earhart. It's the real-life story of a daring Australian woman who did something extraordinary - then met an early, mysterious end.
From the end of the Great War and into the 1920s, Alice Anderson was considered no... read more
The Snowy - A History tells the extraordinary story of the mostly migrant workforce who built one of the world's engineering marvels. This classic, prize-winning account of the remarkable Snowy Scheme is available again for the 70th anniversary of this epic nation-bui... read more
|Author:||Penny Olsen; Lynette Russell|
Would Blaxland, Wentworth and Lawson have ever crossed the Blue Mountains without the help of the local Aboriginal people? The invaluable role of local guides in this event is rarely recognised.... read more
This is one the first and most important books about 18th century Malaysia and covers a wide array of topics from Malaysian culture and history to nature and wildlife. It is essential reading for anyone interested in Malaysia.A century and a half after it was first pub... read more
|Author:||James Moody; Ion Idriess (Assisted by)|
The original tale of Horrie the Wog Dog as given to Ion Idriess to develop, including all of Moody's memories of Horrie with his Rebel Unit in WW2. Illustrated with Moody's own photographs of Horrie in action.
Australia is poised at a critical moment of its history - but the time to act is now. Since publishing Talking to My Country in early 2016, Stan Grant has been crossing the country, talking to huge crowds everywhere about how racism is at the heart of our hi... read more
The Rip Curl Story is the remarkable tale of two young surfers who pursued an audacious dream to make a living in pursuit of the ultimate ride. The brand they built, Rip Curl, not only satisfied their own surf- and wanderlust, but also inspired countless others, both fuel... read more
A Free Country- Australians? Search for Utopia 1861-1901 tells how Australians, inspired by their new democracy, attempted to use their freedom to build a society without social and economic conflict. As the second book in a landmark fi... read more