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Australia is a country of diverse landscapes that seem endless. The flat plains of the outback give way to undulating mountain ranges, serpentine rivers and rugged coastlines.
Through striking photographs Out of the Blue explores Australia’s natural history and how the continent evolved. From the weathering winds of time to human design, the…Read more »
Just 19 km off the coast of Fremantle in Western Australia, Rottnest Island – fondly known as ‘Rotto’ – is visited by over half a million people each year.
Award-winning artist Brian Simmonds brings one of Australia’s iconic islands to life with his oils and mixed media colour paintings and sketches. Simmonds’ beautiful works accompany…Read more »
The unique region of Margaret River in Australia’s south-west is captured with charm and intimacy through the lens of Frances Andrijich.
Frances is one of Australia’s finest photographers whose work features in national and international magazines such as Time Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Gourmet Traveller, Australian Geographic, Vogue…Read more »
There are a thousand ways to connect to country. Kimberley Stories is one of them. Once known, never forgotten, the Kimberley gets under your skin. Kimberley Stories tunes readers into one of Australia’s most intriguing and exotic regions via the work of talented authors and artists.
Interweaving fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, lyrics…Read more »
In the early twentieth century being a female composer was a dangerous game; one composer was diagnosed as mentally insane by her psychiatrist husband, several achieved success only after their divorces and often the only way to get their music published was to lie about their gender. Still, the allure of writing music enticed women from all walks of…Read more »
Award-winning artist Brian Simmonds brings Australia’s waterways to life with his oils and mixed media colour paintings and sketches.
Eighty-four beautiful illustrations accompany uniquely local poetry and prose from well-known writers such as John Kinsella, T.A.G. Hungerford and Elizabeth Jolley.
The perfect contemporary souvenir book that…Read more »
‘The Soul is there in the dust, the red rocks and blue sky, the wind and rain, in the dunes and salt-lakes, in the people, and in the plant and animal life, waiting to be experienced, revealed, revered, by those who would look.’ Stephen D Hopper.
The perfect book for anyone interested in botanical art, natural history or fauna and wildflowers.
PRAISE…Read more »
by Anna Gare
‘Home cooking is something that responds to what’s in the market, what’s in the fridge and who walks through the door. The tart you make on a hot summer night while your friend tells you about her new love affair will be very different from the one you cook in winter for your mother-in-law. That’s what Homemade is all about. The simple dishes…Read more »
This stunning photographic journey goes straight to the heart of Bhutan — a Buddhist country on the cusp of opening its doors to the WestRead more »
There are few other places on earth where flowers are so all pervasive, so varied and as sumptuous as in south-west Western Australia. It is one of 39 special places in the world, named International Biodiversity Hotspots, where there have been explosions of evolution — veritable cauldrons of species making.
Award-winning photographers Stanley…Read more »
And the winner is!
Madelaine Dickie is the winner of the City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford Award.