Fences of Australia
Written by Jack Bradshaw
From stone to post and rail, from the utilitarian to the sculptural, a well-built fence is a thing of beauty and a monument to workmanship. These practical but symbolic structures are part of the story of Australia.
Starting with 7,000-year-old Aboriginal fish traps and ending with a look into the future with virtual fencing, Jack Bradshaw traces the history of Australia's fences in words and pictures.
PRAISE FOR THE BOOK
'... packed with beautiful photos showing off the striking Australian landscape ... A must read for those who love to glean new information.' Queensland Reviewers Collective
'Bradshaw's commentary is well researched while still being an entertaining read. As much a picture book as a history, Fences of Australia illustrates clearly how land users have sectioned off their small part of the country to either contain or to exclude ...' West Weekend Magazine
'[Jack Bradshaw] brings his decades long experience as a forester to this pictorial history ... this book is the perfect size gift ...' Have a Go News
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