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EXPLORE THE FLINDERS RANGES
Sue Barker, Murray McCaskill, Brian Ward and Ken Bardsley (Eds) RGSSA Adelaide 2014
A 'must have' for all travellers and admirers of the Flinders Ranges. Recommended by tourist authorities; ideal for tourism studies and school projects.
A comprehensive guide that explains the cultural and natural histories of the region as you experience them in your travels. Fascinating geological history with diverse plants and animals that are easily seen and explained.
Discover also the evidence of the long history of the Aborigines in art and stories as well as the short history of Europeans and colonisation as shown in many landscapes.
Members $19.95 Retail $24.95
EXPLORING THE BAROSSA
Sue Barker and Brian Ward RGSSA Adelaide 2005
A companion to "Discover the Barossa". The perfect guide for those who want to get to know the Barossa better by driving, walking or cycling.
Explore some of the more remote and picturesque places and discover the less well known cultural affairs and natural history in the area. Visit the wineries and take advantage of gourmet eateries or enjoy a picnic.
DISCOVER THE BAROSSA
Sue Barker, Les Heathcote and Brian Ward RGSSA 2003
A companion to 'Exploring the Barossa'. Ideal for for school projects and tourism studies. An exciting and comprehensive guide of 80 pages. Colourful and easy to read with many maps and illustrations.
|WALKING THE FLINDERS RANGES
C Warren Bonython, RGSSA Adelaide 2000.
A reprint of the 1971 classic of walking from Crystal Brook to Mt. Hopeless.
Front Cover - Views of the Aroona Valley from Hayward Bluff with Ken Peake-Jones.Members $13.50 Retail $16.50
THE GREAT FILLING OF LAKE EYRE IN 1974
C Warren Bonython and A Stewart Fraser (Eds)
Lake Eyre is one of the natural wonders of the Australian landscape.Features
Barker Susan and McCaskill Murray (eds) RGSSA
Front Cover - Cape du Couedic lighthouse.
Members $13.50 Retail $16.50
WALKING ON EYRE
Terry Krieg 2002
An absorbing account of the first walk around the shores of Lake Eyre by Europeans - the author and Warren Bonython in the winter of 1982. A challenging 500km hike in a waterless, inhospitable desert.
Members $25.00 Retail $25.00
LAKE EYRE SOUTH MONOGRAPH SERIES Vols. 1 - 7
A series of detailed scientific studies of Lake Eyre South, presenting information on the geographical, natural and human history of this unique region.
Vol 1 - Mammals and Reptiles
Read JL and Owens HM 209 p, colour illustrations
Part 1: Introduction to the biological survey.
Part 2:Mammals of the Lake Eyre South region.
Part 3: Reptiles and Amphibians.
Vol 2 - Vegetation
Badman FJ and Brock BJ 238 p, colour illustrations
Part 1: Vegetation
Part 2: Reconnaissance Survey of Cryptograms.
Vol 3 - Birds
Read JL and Badman FJ 82 p, colour illustrations of
187 bird species covered in
30 years study.
Vol 5 - The Story behind the Landscape
Krieg GW, Alley NF , Pledge NS , Sibenaler XP,
Dobrzinski I, Andstrong D
100 p, colour illustrations
Part 1: The Geology and Landscape.
Part 2: The Plants, Animals and Environments.
Part 3:The Great Artesian Basin.
Vol 6 - Archaeology of the Lake Eyre South Region
Hughes P, Hiscock P and Mitchell S
72p, colour illustrations, map
Part 1, The Archaeology of the Lake Eyre South Area,
Part 2, Archaeological Excavations at Olympic Dam,
Vol 7 - Pastoral History
Gee P 131 p, colour illustrations
Story of dashed hopes, desperation and hardship in
the face of a hostile environment and the misguided,
opportunistic government policies.
A fascinating history.
Vols 1, 2, 3, 5 & 7 Members $17.50 Retail $18.50
Vol 6 Members $13.50 Retail $15.00
HENRY NIXON'S MAP
Your chance to purchase a limited edition map relating to the geography of South Australia. It shows the terrain over which the Europeans had their first encounters with the Aboriginal people and the effect of thousands of years of indigenous management of what has become the Adelaide Plains. This map won a Gold Medal at the SA & NT Printing Industries and Craftsmanship Awards for the Best Limited Edition Art Reproduction.Members $40.00 Retail $45.00
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