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OUTSTATION ON THE VASSE BUSSELTON 1830-1850

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WILDFLOWERS OF THE SOUTH COAST

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THREATENED AND RARE BIRDS OF WA

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Dating back to the 1830s, the mountain cattlemen heritage is one of the oldest forms of agriculture in Victoria and New South Wales. The cattlemen teach the now seventh generation the intimate secrets of the mountains, rivers and seasons as they tackle rigorous river cros... read more

High Country Cattlemen

When Europeans first settled in Australia, the land withheld many of its secrets from these new arrivals. There were broad rivers, wide plains and tall forests, all of which, to European eyes, suggested promising sites for settlement.... read more

Invisible Country: Southwest Australia: Understanding a Landscape

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Laden with trig poles, theodolites - and porridge - Beadell and his team built roads, laid out town sites and undertook an enormous survey programme in order to prepare a test launching area in one of the most isolated parts of the world. The problems ranged from taking astrof... read more

Still in the Bush

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Dark Emu puts forward an argument for a reconsideration of the hunter-gatherer tag for pre-colonial Aboriginal Australians. The evidence insists that Aboriginal people right across the continent were using domesticated plants, sowing, harvesting, irr... read more

Dark Emu Black Seeds Agriculture or Accident?

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The first horse set foot in Australia on 30 January 1788, one of seven aboard the First Fleet's Lady Penrhyn, which also carried a cargo of female convicts. From then on, horses carried explorers who opened up the country to settlement. They carried Aboriginal mounted police... read more

Australia on Horseback

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GEOLOGY & LANDFORMS OF THE SOUTH-WEST