Neville Cayley?What Bird is That? is Australia'most popular bird-identification guide. This comprehensive and authoritative field guide, now in its second edition, has been fully revised and updated by prominent ornithologist Ter... read more

What Bird is That?: Classic Guide to the Birds of Australia


 Australian Non-Fiction

Peter Moroney was a member of the NSW Police force for 17 years whoretired as Detective Sergeant with predominant experience in the field ofCriminal investigations and and extensive experience in managing andconducting complete criminal investigations such as coun... read more

Terrorism In Australia


 Australian Non-Fiction

Reading Level:4 Non Fiction

In sport, the term 'good bloke? doesn't mean what it says. Like 'fun run?, it often actually means exactly the opposite.Titus O?Reily, the sports historian Australia neither needs nor deserves, examines why our nation?s sportspeople are so readily forgiven for doing te... read more

Sporting Chance A


 Australian Non-Fiction

Former business analyst Louise Stephen contracted a flu in her early thirties, an illness that would lead to dialysis and then a kidney transplant. A once reasonably healthy, middle-class professional, Louise was perplexed as to how she could get so sick. She start... read more

Eating Ourselves Sick


 Australian Non-Fiction

Weather is the oldest story in the worldone we want to keep on telling each other when we meet, as though it were part of who we are, a story that wants to keep on telling itself, and affecting us, whether we like it or not. We breathe it in; we see embodied in ... read more

Australia's Wild Weather
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 Australian Non-Fiction

From the cauldron of seas around subantarctic Macquarie Island to the Kimberley's tidal flats, Nick Rains's photographs evoke the varied, yet always majestic, beauty of Australia's coastline. With a selection of photographs from across his renowned photography career, ... read more

Coastal Australia

Searching for the Secret Riveris the extraordinary story of how Kate Grenville came to write her award-winning novel, The Secret River. It all began with her ancestor Solomon Wiseman - transported to New South Wales for the term of his natural life - who l... read more

Searching for the Secret River

Late last year, after a decade of what was at times a bitter and divisive debate, Australians made it clear that their understanding of equality included formal recognition of the most intimate relationships. The parliament respo... read more

Griffith Review 62 - All Being Equal - the Novella Project VI

The fascinating story of the Chinese presence in and influence on this country - our intertwined history from colonial times to today.
Chinese 'presence' in Australia extends from well before the time of Captain Cook - trading with northern Australia lo... read more

The Dragon and the Kangaroo

For many decades Volkswagens have been loved and admired by car enthusiasts from all over the world, and Australia and New Zealand are no exception. Whether it be about the Beetle or the Kombi, there are millions of stories out there waiting to be shared. Summer fu... read more

Volkswagens Downunder

Good leadership. Why is it so elusive? Are there successful traits that can be transferred from one field to another, or is it a constant application of imagination to the changing challenges? How do you take others with you?
Now mor... read more

The Change Makers - 25 Leaders in Their Own Words

Once upon a simpler time, hand-painted and hand-crafted signs brought colour and vibrancy to Australian towns and cities - advertising everything from dining rooms, milk bars, and CWA halls to Peter's ice cream, oatmeal, stou... read more

Signs of Australia: Vintage signs from the city to the outback