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GUIDES

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Gibb-River-Kalumburu-Roads-Guide 

Gibb River & Kalumburu Roads Guide

The 2019 Gibb River and Kalumburu Roads Travellers Guide to the Inland Kimberley & Mitchell Plateau is compiled by the Derby Visitor Centre. The Guide provides tips for travelling in the Kimberley outback, information on National Parks and Conservation Parks and comprehensive details on accommodation and tours along the Gibb River and Kalumburu Roads.

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Pigeon-Heritage-Trail-Guide 

Pigeon Heritage Trail Guide

The Pigeon Heritage Trail - In April 1897 an aborigine from Bunuba Tribe was shot dead by a police tracker while desperately trying to reach the safety of Tunnel Creek. His birth name was Jandamarra, but he was better known as Pigeon. Pigeon has been known as both outlaw and hero. This guide has information on the areas of Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek areas and the information regarding the relationship between Pigeon and the Police.


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JoonJoo-Botanical-Trail-Guide 

JoonJoo Botanical Trail Guide

The Joonjoo Trail is within the Wanganut Botanical Reserve located ten minutes drive from the town of Derby. It provides an excellent opportunity to experience how the natural environment around Derby is thought to have appeared before European settlement. Stroll along the interactive walking trail using this guide and read the informative plaques to learn about the various species of flora and fauna along the way. Take your time and enjoy the scenery, keeping a lookout for wallabies, skinks and birds.


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MAPS

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purnululu-national-park 

Purnululu National Park

The Map gives a good indication as to the comprehensive way in which this project has been approached, with an excellent regional road map, showing roads, tracks, distances and facilities from Halls Creek to Wyndham. On the other side is a complete travel guide to the entire area, giving detailed information on particular features, all relevant contact numbers and some spectacular images, to wet the viewers appetite for what they are about to see.


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Northern-Territory-12th-Edition 

Northern Territory 12th Edition

A fully indexed map of the Northern Territory at a scale of 1:1,750,000. Marked on the map are national parks, camping areas, rest areas, caravan parks, points of interest and 24-hour fuel accompanied by a distance grid.


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Pilbara-Hema 

Pilbara Hema

A regional map of the Pilbara and the Coral Coast (1:1,250,000), with inset maps and comprehensive travel information on specific regions on the opposite side. The inset maps include Millstream Chichester National Park, Karijini National Park and Karlamilyi National Parks. Regions covered with travel and background information include Ningaloo Coast, the Cooler Coast, Central Pilbara Coast, Port Hedland, Point Samson Peninsula, Millstream Chichester National Park, Karijini country, outback Gascoyne, East Pilbara and Karlamilyi National Park. GPS surveyed roads & tracks Inset maps Fuel supplies Camping areas What to see and do National parks


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Savannah-Way 

Savannah Way

A touring map for the trip along the Savannah Way between Cairns and Broome at a scale of 1:2,200,000. The maps show 24-hour fuel, outback fuel and LPG as well as caravan parks, camping areas and rest areas. Popular national parks along the route are featured with detailed inset maps of Judbarra/Gregory, Purnululu, Kakadu and Boodjamulla. Also included are contact details for accredited information centres and useful lists of the facilities in national parks.


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The-Kimberley-Atlas--Guide-featuring-10-Top-4WD-Tracks 

The Kimberley Atlas & Guide featuring 10 Top 4WD Tracks

This updated edition of Hema Maps’ Kimberley Atlas & Guide helps you make the most of your visit to this remarkable part of Australia. With detailed coverage of the Gibb River Road, Broome, Kununurra, Purnululu (the Bungle Bungle) and many other famous destinations, it ensures you won’t miss the ‘must-see’ attractions, but it also describes some of the lesser known areas favoured by the experts. As a further bonus for four-wheel driving enthusiasts, the guide also features 10 4WD trips, written by 4WD enthusiasts Mike and Jane Pelusey. Each trip has a detailed map, plus all the information you need to plan the trip including trip grading, longest distance without fuel, permits and contact details. The revised and updated road atlas contains Hema Maps’ popular Kimberley map, which shows fuel as well as camping and rest areas. There are also town maps to help you find your way around the major communities, including Broome, Kununurra, Derby, Halls Creek, Fitzroy Crossing and Wyndham.


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The-Kimberley-Featuring-Gibb-River-Rd-15th-Ed 

The Kimberley Featuring Gibb River Rd 15th Ed

This brand new edition of Hema’s best-selling Kimberley map features our latest mapping and points of interest in a stunning new cartographic style. It combines Hema’s entire database of remote roads and 4WD tracks with touring points of interest and topographic information. This waterproof regional map of the Kimberley features the Gibb River Road. On the reverse are inset maps for Purnululu National Park, the Dampier Peninsula and the Parry Creek area. Detailed trip coverage and drive detail for the Gibb River Road is featured as well, with inset mapping covering the journey and corresponding text to guide explorers. Also included is national park information and relevant contact details for pre-trip planning and use on the road or track.


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Western-Australia-Handy 

Western Australia Handy

A compact map of Western Australia for touring throughout the state with a distance grid and index for planning and reference. Marked on the mapping are highways, major and minor roads, camping and rest areas, 24-hour fuel, information centres, picnic areas, caravan parks and lookouts.


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BOOKS

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Adventures-of-Sonya-the-freshwater-Sawfish 

Adventures of Sonya the freshwater Sawfish

The adventures of Sonya the Freshwater Sawfish leads young readers through the tumultuous and challenging first year of life of one of Australia's most enigmatic and least understood aquatic animals. Inhabiting remote and inhospitable areas of Northern Australia, freshwater sawfish exhibit unique evolutionary characteristics. Identifiable by a toothy rostrum and shark like appearance, the freshwater sawfish grows to a massive 7m and can live in freshwater and seawater. From her birth in a turbid estuary of a northern Australian river, we join Sonya as she faces the challenges of crocodiles and bull sharks as she migrates hundreds of kilometres upstream to avoid these hungry predators. But as Sonya is to discover, there are obstacles to swimming upstream and there are unexpected perils that threaten her quest for survival. Join Sonya for a journey full of trepidation and excitement as she discovers the challenges and joys of growing up in northern Australia.


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Robert-Solomon-Wainwright-A-Man-for-all-Regions 

Robert Solomon Wainwright - A Man for all Regions

An adventure story of a vibrant man who has managed to see life as something he could manipulate to suit his own unique style. A man of the times and regions in which he has lived, dreamed and accomplished.


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A-New-Broome 

A New Broome

Celebrating the 125th Anniversary of Broome and its history


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Aussie-Twos-like-to 

Aussie Twos like to

This beautiful board book reflects Australia’s rich multicultural society and shows two-year-olds doing all the things they love—digging at the beach, finger painting and more. Each page is brightly coloured with funky Aussie images and lots to learn.


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BURUNGA-by-Hugh-Edwards 

BURUNGA - by Hugh Edwards

The transition from aboriginal culture, unchanged for 40,000 yea
Albert Barunga was a unique Australian. In his head he carried a significant knowledge of two cultures - the traditions of his Aboriginal Worrora people, and an intuitive understanding of the new European Culture which had come to an ancient land from far across the sea. In that sense he was, as he described himself, "A man of two Worlds". He was born in the bush and raised on bush tucker. This is his story.


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Common-Plants-of-the-Kimberley 

Common Plants of the Kimberley

If you're travelling the Kimberley, Common Plants of the Kimberley is a must to take as you explore and wonder 'What plant is that?'. Covering over 30 of the more common plant species you are likely to encounter as you immerse yourself in this beautiful part of the world.
Common Plants of the Kimberley is a delightful guide to the plants of Western Australia's Kimberley region, from the boab to the birdflower. It gives the Aboriginal names of most plants and outlines their value as bush tucker or as cures for common ailments. Colour photographs will help you identify each plant.


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Fog-a-Dox 

Fog a Dox

Albert Cutts is a tree feller. A fella who cuts down trees. Fog is a fox cub raised by a dingo. He’s called a dox because people are suspicious of foxes and Albert Cutts owns the dingo and now the dox. Albert is a bushman and lives a remote life surrounded by animals and birds. All goes well until Albert has an accident. This is a story of courage, acceptance and respect. With a gentle storytelling style and finely crafted dialogue, Indigenous cultural knowledge and awareness are seamlessly integrated into the narrative.


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Frogs-of-Western-Australia 

Frogs of Western Australia

Bush Books are a series of practical field guides to help you learn about and discover WAs unique plants, animals and special features, region by region.
Australia is blessed with a remarkable number and variety of frogs. More than a third of Australia's total frog fauna occurs in Western Australia and more than half of these are found only in WA.The state's 80 or so frog species have a remarkable variety of shapes, sizes, life histories and mating calls.


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Kimberley-History-People-Exploration-and-Development 

Kimberley History, People Exploration and Development

The Kimberley History Seminar, which gave rise to this volume, was the third public seminar organised and presented by the Kimberley Society. The previous seminars also resulted in the publication of proceedings: Aboriginal Rock Art of the Kimberley: proceedings of a Seminar held at the University of Western Australia Perth - 8 March 1997, edited by K.F. Kenneally and others: next was Rock Are of the Kimberley, edited by Mike Donaldson and Kevin Kenneally.


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Mammals-of-North-Western-Australia 

Mammals of North-Western Australia

Mammals of North-Western Australia is a full-colour guide to more than 32 species of mammals found in the Pilbara and Kimberley regions of Western Australia. There are colour photographs, delightful descriptions, distribution maps and illustrated footprints for each animal, as well as tips on the best places to see them in the wild.


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Our-Big-Island 

Our Big Island

Set sail around the island's shore, Cody, Napuru, Nangala and Sheila, his brave shipmates and a little blue heeler.


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Out-of-the-Desert 

Out of the Desert

Book; Out of the Desert - Stories from the Walmajarri Exodus
Within only one generation, the Walmajarri desert dwellers left their traditional lands of the Great Sandy Desert behind to face station life and a world far beyond the sandhills. A compelling collection of art and stories from the Walmajarri people.


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Pioneer-and-Aboriginal-Cemetery 

Pioneer and Aboriginal Cemetery

History
On 7th June 1994 the old cemetery in Derby was registered as a Heritage Site under the Western Australian Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972. this occurred because some local people wanted to properly acknowledge those who are buried there,so they talked to the then Department of Aboriginal Affairs about it and so laid the foundations for the current project. THe Old Cemetery was for a short time the only registered cemetery in the whole Kimberley. It was gazetted on 7 July 1887 but the earliest headstone is dated some six months earlier at 26 December 1886. That headstone was erected for James Mallard by the West Kimberley Police but does not indicated why this was done. The Old Cemetery was used until 1972 when the new one was opened.


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Ride-for-the-Brand-A-Chronicle-in-Verse 

Ride for the Brand, A Chronicle in Verse

A Book of verse Written to recall characters, incidents and reflections, through a working life centered around that as a stock man on cattle stations of the Fitzroy Valley, West Kimberley. Written by Keith Anderson.


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The-Man-from-the-Sunrise-Side 

The Man from the Sunrise Side

In classic storytelling style, Ambrose Mungala Chalarimeri speaks from the heart in this powerful life story.

It is an extraordinary account of a people from the far north Kimberley of Western Australia who have experienced change and upheaval on a monumental scale. Chalarimeri tells of the lives and customs of his 'people from the sunrise side', and what he calls 'the clash of two cultures'.

His views on contemporary issues that are impacting on his beloved country-such as native title, the appropriation of rock art, Aboriginal health, and the effects of tourism on the pristine Kimberley wilderness-are compelling.


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The-Voice-of-the-North 

The Voice of the North

The Voice of the North - The collected verse of Cecil James (Jim) Kelly
The Old Kimberley is gone but it still speaks to us from the memories of its bushmen. Jim Kelly was one of the last of the old time drovers and cattlemen who made the North.


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The-Rivers-of-Home-Frank-Lacy-Kimberley-Pioneer 

The Rivers of Home: Frank Lacy-Kimberley Pioneer

Mr Frank Boswood Lacy was born in 1899, the first son of the Harbour Master of Auckland. As a young man of twenty-four he visited Australia and within a year had reached the tropical far-north of Western Australia, the Kimberley district. Although he was officially 'holidaying' in Australia, he felt an appeal in this raw new area, in its giant cattle and sheep stations, which were developing after the gold-rushes of the late 19th century, and stayed.


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You-Call-It-Desert-We-used-to-live-here 

You Call It Desert-We used to live here

For several years, English woman Pat Lowe shared a camp with her lifetime partner, Walmajarri man Jimmy Pike. Their camp faced south into the Great Sandy Desert where Jimmy was born. While spending time in the red heart of country that had been home to the Walmajarri people for thousands of years, they recorded Pike’s stories through his painting and Lowe’s writing. With Jimmy Pike as her teacher, Pat Lowe explored the day-to-day lives of the desert dwellers.
Not so long ago people were living throughtout the Great Sandy Desert. They usually travelled in small family bands, meeting up with other bands from time to time for companionship, to discuss and settle matters of importance, to exchange news and to hold ceremonies. They lived by hunting and gathering, and travelled with the seasons and acording to whatever food and water were available. They belonged to several different language groups who shared a similar way of life and whose members sometimes intermarried. Each clan had its own territory and waterholes, around which its members moved in the course of the year, occasionally paying visits into neighbours' territory as relations and guests.

Soon after the arrival of European settlers, or kartiya, in Australia the lives of the earlier inhambitants changed radically. The people who had lived in the regions now taken over by the newcomers were quickly displaced, while those who lived in the interior were gradually drawn towards the new settlements, attracted by the stories they heard from travelling relations and intrigued by the European goods and livestock the visitors had brought with them. In time the desert became almost empty of people and the few who remained were finally compelled to join those who had gone before them.


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