Bush Explorers and Authors, Michael Keats, Brian Fox and Yuri Bolotin have been exploring the Australian Bush for years.
Bush Explorers is a guide to ultimate bushwalking in the Greater Blue Mountains National Park and the Gardens of Stone National Park. It is a chronicle of challenges, discoveries, adventures, sweat, and research lead by Brian Fox, Michael Keats and Yuri Bolotin. It is also your key to enjoy seldom visited places, and through words and pictures, enjoy what is literally on Sydney’s back door step.
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Thirty exceptional bushwalks across the entire Gardens of Stone area, political campaigns for the area and additional place names
We love all our books, but this is our favourite in the series. It features thirty exceptional bushwalks across the entire Gardens of Stone area completed since the Books 1 to 8 were published.
Narrow Neck is a spectacular landform, easily accessible from Katoomba, and the gateway to a great variety of Blue Mountains bushwalks.
This new book is for the lovers of the Blue Mountains, a tool to learn the early history of the region and an essential aid in the planning of any walks in and around the Narrow Neck.
Australia’s most remote war memorial, Splendour Rock, is one of the most spectacular locations in NSW. Named by the authors ‘Gods Balcony’, it is a place of great presence. Since 1948, it has become one of the most special places for bushwalker reverence. Each ANZAC Day, it is the scene of a dawn service like no other. This intensely human book chronicles the story of Splendour Rock and associated memorials.
Soft cover with flaps, 378 pages.