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Australia Backroads

Back Roads Australia. (Dk Eyewitness Back Roads)
"The DK Eyewitness Back Roads Australia" driving holiday guide will take you via scenic routes to discover charming Australian towns, local restaurants and intimate places to stay. It helps you unearth the real soul of Australia relying on all the practical information you could need, from road conditions and length of drive to parking information and opening hours. Twenty-two themed drives, each lasting one to seven days, reveal breathtaking views, hidden gems and authentic local experiences that can only be discovered by road. Each tour is bursting with insider knowledge and loaded with ideas for varied activities from diving and snorkelling, to hiking, surfing, wine tours, cycling trips and river-rafting. Meanwhile, the most friendly, best-value hotels, guesthouses and restaurants specialising in fresh local produce have been selected by expert authors. Full-colour throughout, with a pull-out map of the entire country for easy navigation between tours and even postcode information for use with 'Sat Nav'; discover the unexpected on your driving holiday with "DK Eyewitness Back Roads Australia."
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Australia Cycling

Cycling Australia - Fietsen Australie - Lonely Planet
Cycle the best of Australia, with 31 tours along great beaches, across the High Country and through quiet country towns. Find a tour to suit you: explore Sydney's famous harbour; enjoy a few days of wineries and B&Bs; or spend a month riding beautiful Tasmania.

- 139 days of Australia's best riding
- East Coast Ride - Melbourne to the Gold Coast in 31 days
- where to stay - quiet camping, cozy B&Bs or comfortable hotels
- where to eat, for cyclists on every budget
- what to see and do, in and out of the saddle
- maintenance tips and bike shop contacts
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Lonely Planet: Australia



Sun-kissed beaches, the dramatic Red Centre, the spectacular beauty of over 500 national parks, and some of the friendliest people in the world - discover all this and much more with this bestselling guide to the land Down Under. We know Australia better than anyone - uncover its secrets with us.

. BE INSPIRED by our new highlights, Itineraries and

    planning sections

. GET AROUND with the help of over 180 detailed maps,

    including a full-colour road map section

. DINE OUT using restaurant recommendations from one

    of the country's most authoritative food critics

. . . WATCH WILDLIFE and understand the unique environment with the help of our full-colour environment chapter, written by Australia's most prominent commentator in the field

.   . HANG OUT WITH THE LOCALS after reading our insiders' tips on the best bars, cafes and entertainment spots in the country


Pages.: 1064

Dimensions:  13 cm x 19,5 cm

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Rough Guides: Australia



THE ROUGH GUIDE TO AUSTRALIA is the essential guide to the continent. Features include:

Full-colour section introducing Australia's highlights.

In-depth coverage of all the attractions, from glamorous Sydney and the east coast's stunning beaches to the rugged grandeur of the Red Centre.

Up-to-date reviews of the best places to stay, eat and drink, for every budget.

Practical details on everything from exploring the wilderness of Kakadu and diving the reefs to braving an Outback drive.

Informed background on history, film, Aboriginal culture and Australia's unique fauna and flora.

Maps and plans for every region.


Pages: 1.234

Dimensions: 13 cm x 20 cm

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Australian Wildlife

Natuurgids Australian wildlife - Australië | Bradt

Voor vele landen net zo goed, zo niet beter dan de Planet. In dit geval de natuur uitvoering voor Australië; compact, compleet en rijk geïllustreerd.

Bradt: Australia's ancient continent tops the list for wildlife-seeking travellers with its unique creatures roaming diverse habitats, from eucalyptus-dotted woodlands to the awe-inspiring beauty of the coral reefs. All the essential information of a reference book – from biology to behaviour – is found in one handy, readable guide. Wildlife writer Stella Martin guides visitors though dense rainforest and across parched deserts to discover how bizarre creatures evolved in isolation. Martin combines the encyclopaedic knowledge of David Attenborough with the enthusiasm of the late Steve Irwin. Find out why some fish change sex and how thorny devils drink. Bradt's indispensable Australian Wildlife is a book to read in bed, which will get you up at dawn and out with your binoculars in the outback.

• First guide of its kind; comprehensive yet compact

• Details of the infamously dangerous creatures, first aid tips and how to survive in the outback

• Where to find wildlife, from national parks to off the beaten track

• For all types of traveller – from the backpacker to the conventional tourist to the ‘grey nomads’

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Australia's Great Ocean Road

Reisgids Australia's Great Ocean Road - The Complete Guide to Southwest Victoria Walks, Beaches, Heritage, Towns, Ecology and Sustainable Tourism

Co-published with Australian-based BestShot! who produced the book this is a lavishly-illustrated full-colour guide to one of Australias top tourist regions, the Great Ocean Road, which runs along the southwest coastline of Victoria state from just outside Melbourne.

This book unlocks the sights, activities and background context for visitors and locals in pictures, words and maps. With emphasis on sustainable tourism, it is for everyone who is interested in exploring and learning about the region from Geelong to Portland. The foreword is written by Lonely Planet founder, Tony Wheeler.
The only guide to this popular Australian region – This highly detailed guide has been produced by a locally-based publisher with inside knowledge and experience, and is the only dedicated guide to the region available outside Australia

Emphasis on sustainable tourism – Featuring environmentally-friendly businesses and information on over 50 sustainable activities from surfing to the Great Ocean Walk

Full colour throughout – A large format (168mm x 246mm) and over 500 colour pictures

Introduction How to use this book, planning a trip, highlights, sustainable tourism and holidays

The Context section gives background on the natural and human heritage, including geology, ecology, Aboriginal culture and European history.

The Activities section gives detailed information on the amazing range of activities that can be pursued in the region. The A-Z Activities chapter includes a large number of activities from camping and fishing to mountain biking and whale watching. Because of their size and importance there are separate chapters for:

– Beaches & Surfing – with individual descriptions of 65 beaches, including their optimal surf conditions

– Diving & Snorkelling – with information on dive sites

– Parks & Reserves – with individual descriptions of 29 parks and reserves

– Walk, Ride, Drive – with individual descriptions of over 120 walks, rides and drives

The Guide section has been broken into two sections – Guide to the Coast and Guide to the Hinterland – which give detailed background on the towns and major heritage sites in the region

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BUG: Australia

The backpackers ultimate guide


More detailed reviews of more hostels than any other travel guide

Other 'budget' travel guides cater to everyone and include information on motels, hotels and five-star resorts, which results in a big fat guidebook with very little information for genuine budget travellers. Because we focus on information for backpackers we can give you more detailed reviews of more hostels than any other guidebook. BUG's hostel reviews feature our exclusive star rating system that makes it easy to find a great hostel at a glance.


Pages.: 364

Dimensions:  12 cm x 21 cm


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Insight: Cairns & The Great Barrier Reef

Cairns & The Great Barrier Reef


This is the guide that answers the Questions you'd ask a friend who lived in Cairns. Which places are really worth seeing? What excursions shouldn't be missed? Where are the great places tourists haven't yet discovered? Written by a local host, it is based on intimate knowledge of Cairns, gateway to the Great Barrier Reef.

Everything you need is in this book:

. History and culture

The region's past and present explained in a nutshell.

. Tailor-made itineraries

Eight full-day itineraries cover the Cairns region.

. Selected excursions

Five excursions explore destinations along the Queensland coast.

. Shopping, eating out and nightlife

Tips on what to do and buy, and where to eat and stay out late.

. Essential practical information

Hotels, climate, currency, getting around, useful addresses, etc.

. Detailed pullout map

This gives an overview of the tours and can also be used independently of the guide


Pages.: 104

Dimensions:  12,5 cm x 22 cm

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Hema maps: Camping Atlas of Western Australia

Camping Atlas of Western Australia


If you love camping then the Camping Atlas of Western Australia is your 'one-stop-shop' to find out where to go and how to get there. This guide features almost 200 places in Western Australia where you can pitch a tent or roll out a swag.

There are full details for campsites in national parks, nature reserves and state forests as well as a listing of selected private camping grounds around thc State. Each page gives you plenty of details on thc site's facilities, what activities you can enjoy, features of the surrounding landscape and useful information, like who to contact for bookings.


The handy reference maps make it easy to plan your trip and find your way around. There are even specialised maps showing the south west region of Western Australia in greater detail. To make finding your perfect holiday spot even simpler every campsite is identified on the maps. Relax beside a stream, amongst tall karri trees in the South-West, camp under the stars in remote desert regions, swim in an isolated gorge in the Kimberley, or walk along a deserted beach near the beautiful Ningaloo Reef. Whether you are an experienced camper or novice this guide will help you prepare for your trip and select the location and campsite to suit you best.




Pages.: 128

Dimensions:  17,5 cm x 25 cm

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Living and Working

Living and Working in Australia

A Survival Handbook

Living and Working in Australia:Written in an entertaining style with a touch of humor, Living and Working in Australia is designed to provide newcomers with the practical information necessary for a relatively trouble-free life. Its contents include finding a job, permits & visas, health, accommodation, finance, insurance, education, shopping, post office and telephone services, public transport, motoring, TV and radio, leisure, sports and much, much more. It is packed with vital information and insider tips to help minimize culture shock and reduce the newcomer's rookie period to a minimum. Living and Working in Australia is essential reading for anyone planning to spend an extended period in Australia. Printed in color.
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Melbourne Encounter LP

With a section of not-to-missed highlights and a calendar of annual events, this lively pocket guide to Melbourne includes suggested side trips, along what to see and where to shop, eat, drink and play. With a double-sided pullout map.

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Sydney Encounter LP

The Sydney Encounter guide gives you twice the city in half the time. Sydney's a photogenic feast - wild coves and brilliant beaches, sparkling restaurants, wisteria-draped inner-city lanes and yes, that famous harbour. Hungry?

This pared-down number is ideal for quick trips - it's less accommodation, more neighbourhood highlights and the best of local knowledge.

  • Full-colour pull-out map and detailed neighbourhood maps
  • See Sydney on foot with our green walking tours
  • Recommended highlights to make the most of a short stay
  • Interviews with locals take you straight to Sydney's best

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Time Out: Sydney



Multicultural, laid-back and hedonistic, sun-kissed Sydney

has got the lot: a stunning natural setting, a perfect climate and a staggering array of attractions, from the world-famous Opera House to the southern hemisphere's most vibrant gay and lesbian scene. Written and researched by local experts, this is the definitive guide to Australia's most exciting city.

The Sydney Guide includes:

. Bondi and beyond: the lowdown on the city's best beaches, for surfing, swimming and sunshine

. reviews of more than 200 restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs, from beachside Mod Oz eateries to South-east Asian noodle joints

. the 'other' history: a frank look at indigenous Australia, plus features on Aboriginal life, art and culture

. accommodation options for all budgets and all tastes

. tripping out: the mountains, rivers, wineries and stunning coastline of New South Wales, plus federal capital Canberra and a mini guide to the rest of Australia

... all with full details of opening times, prices and transport.



Pages.: 316

Dimensions: 13 cm x 20 cm