Choose a Category
You searched

ubd gregorys adelaide street

Showing 1 - 4 of 4 results
Sort:
With redesigned main roads maps for even easier use, the UBD Gregory's Adelaide Street Directory 53rd Edition is… more info
$39.95
+ Shipping
UBD Gregory's Adelaide City Streets and Suburbs Map 562 Free Shipping Only from The Nile more info
$11.30
FREE shipping
UBD/Gregorys 2015 Adelaide Street Directory 53rd Ed Only from QBD The Bookshop more info
25%
Off
$29.99
+ Shipping: $7.00
Explore Australia continues to be the best-value travel guide and atlas on the market, and is an invaluable travel… more info
71%
Off
$9.99
+ Shipping: $7.00
More results from our partners
Gregory Mountain Products Compass 30 Backpack, Radiant Orange, One Size Only $186.29 from eBay.com.au more info
$186.29
FREE shipping
Gregory Gregory Savant 58 Backpack Only $340.63 from eBay.com.au more info
$340.63
FREE shipping
Gregory Gregory Mountain Products Miwok 24 Daypack Only $172.06 from eBay.com.au more info
$172.06
FREE shipping
Gregory Mountain Products Compass 30 Backpack, Slate Black, One Size Only $222.71 from eBay.com.au more info
$222.71
FREE shipping
Freestyle Football Britain's Got Talent Gregory & Henderson Ball Dvd & Pump Only $63.48 from eBay.com.au more info
$63.48
FREE shipping
Gregory Mountain Products Compass 30 Backpack, Glass Blue, One Size Only $225.93 from eBay.com.au more info
$225.93
FREE shipping
Back to top

Latest Products
Turkish Awakening Free ShippingFrom $23.75
Born in London to a Turkish mother and British father, Alev Scott moved to Istanbul to discover what it means to be Turkish in a country going through rapid political and social change, with an extraordinary past still linked to Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and an ever more surprising present under the leadership of Recep Tayyip Erdogan. From the European buzz of modern-day Constantinople to the Arabic-speaking towns of the south-east, Turkish Awakening investigates mass migration, urbanisation and economics in a country moving swiftly towards a new position on the world stage. This is the story of discovering a complex country from the outside-in, a candid account of overturned preconceptions and fresh understanding. Relating wide-ranging interviews and colourful personal experience, the author charts the evolving course of a country bursting with surprises - none more dramatic than the unexpected political protests of 2013 in Taksim Square, which have brought to light the emerging demands of a newly awakened Turkish people.Mass migration, urbanisation and a growing awareness of human rights have changed the social, economic and physical landscapes of a powerful country, and the 2013 protests were just one indication of the changes afoot in today's Turkey. Threatened as it is by recent developments in Syria and Iraq and the approaching danger of ISIS. Encompassing topics as varied as Aegean camel wrestling, transgender prostitution, politicised soap operas and riot tourism, this is a revelatory, at times humorous, at times moving, portrait of a country which is coming of age.
Wallpaper City Guide Vancouver Free ShippingFrom $13.49
Wallpaper* City Guides are a ruthlessly-researched, design-conscious guide, for the discerning traveller who wants to come away with a true taste of the best a city has to offer.
Wallpaper City Guide Berlin Free ShippingFrom $12.82
Wallpaper* City Guides are a ruthlessly-researched, design-conscious guide, for the discerning traveller who wants to come away with a true taste of the best a city has to offer.
Wallpaper City Guide Buenos Aires Free ShippingFrom $12.82
Wallpaper* City Guides are a ruthlessly-researched, design-conscious guide, for the discerning traveller who wants to come away with a true taste of the best a city has to offer.
Eyre Free ShippingFrom $28.73
Lake Eyre, the Eyre Peninsula, the Eyre Highway that traverses the Nullarbor between Adelaide to Perth and many other landmarks are named after explorer Edward John Eyre. So why do Australians know so little about this explorer today? Edward John Eyre was one of the most intrepid explorers to tackle the unforgiving Australian outback - and one of the youngest. Lake Eyre, the Eyre Highway between Adelaide and Perth, and many other landmarks are named after him, yet so little is known of his time here. He also had an international career beyond his Australian experiences, including as Lieutenant-Governor of New Zealand. Author Ivan Rudolph shows how this idealistic young Englishman - still in his teens when he arrived in New South Wales in 1833 - transformed himself into a rugged frontiersman, one of the first to overland cattle to Melbourne and Adelaide. But it's Eyre's attempt on the Nullarbor that was the peak of his Australian career. Determined to find an overland route to Perth, he left Adelaide with a small party on 18 June 1840. Ivan Rudolph relates their journey step by step - and it makes for gripping reading.Beset by the harsh terrain, scarcity of water, the danger from hostile Indigenous people and dissent - and worse - among Eyre's companions, could Eyre achieve his ambition and find a way across the Nullarbor? A fascinating portrait of a forgotten hero of Australian history. PRAISE FOR EYRE: 'It brings the Australian colonies in the 1830s and 1840s to life ...a lively introduction to exploration history' Peter Garrett, AM 'A stunning biography' Adelaide Advertiser 'A grand story, grandly told' Herald Sun
Travels in China Free ShippingFrom $26.37
In 1974 Roland Barthes travelled in China as part of a small delegation of distinguished French philosophers and literary figures. They arrived in China just as the last stage of the Cultural Revolution was getting underway - the campaign to criticize Lin Biao and Confucius. While they were welcomed by writers and academics, the travelers were required to follow a pre-established itinerary, visiting factories and construction sites, frequenting shows and restaurants that were the mainstay of Western visitors to China in the 70s. Barthes planned to return from the trip with a book on China: the book never materialized, but he kept the diary notes he wrote at the time. The notes on things seen, smelled and heard alternate with reflections and remarks - meditations, critiques or notes of sympathy, an aside from the surrounding world. Published now for the first time more than thirty years after the trip, these notebooks offer a unique portrait of China at a time of turbulence and change, seen through the eyes of the world s greatest semiotician.
Bill Bryson's African Diary Free ShippingFrom $15.83
"Here is a man who suffers so his readers can laugh." — "Daily Telegraph"Bill Bryson travels to Kenya in support of CARE International. All royalties and profits go to CARE International.Bryson visits Kenya at the invitation of CARE International, the charity dedicated to eradicating poverty. Kenya is a land of contrasts, with famous game reserves and a vibrant culture. It also provides plenty to worry a traveller like Bill Bryson, fixated as he is on the dangers posed by snakes, insects and large predators. It is also a country with many serious problems: refugees, AIDS, drought, and grinding poverty. The resultant diary, though short in length, contains the trademark Bryson stamp of wry observation and curious insight.
House in France Free ShippingFrom $21.53
In 2009, six years after her mother's death, Gully Wells returns to La Migoua, the house in Provence which belonged to her mother - the glamorous, funny, unpredictable and furiously rude American journalist, Dee Wells. Surrounded by the clutter of decades, Gully is taken back to her childhood, to her mother, her adored stepfather - the celebrated, brilliant, womanising Oxford philosopher, A. J. Ayer - and to the rich, sensual memories that the house evokes. Gully's beautiful, rebellious mother Dee fled Boston when she was seventeen to join the Canadian Army, where she became a Sergeant Major. She married, had Gully, divorced and moved to London where she would meet, and fall madly in love with, the icon of logical positivism, Ayer, who she would later persuade to marry her. There they lived in an extraordinary, liberated and intellectual world, with friends and acquaintances including Bobby Kennedy, Mary Quant, Iris Murdoch, Jonathan Miller, George Melly and Bertrand Russell. In the turbulent and vibrant milieu of sixties London, Gully develops from a cautious only child to a studious teenager.She has a childhood infatuation with the aristocratic homosexual Michael Pitt-Rivers, loses her virginity to a Proven al hairdresser and wins a scholarship to St Hilda's at Oxford, where she blossoms, studies French history under Theodore Zeldin, and falls in love with fellow student, Martin Amis. But as the affair ends, Gully moves on, explores love and travel, eventually settling down in New York. La Migoua, perched on a hill above Bandol, halfway between Toulon and Marseilles, is inextricably woven into Gully's existence. Unsentimental and gloriously witty, The House in France is a vivid and moving love letter to a beloved mother, and a celebration of family, of growing up and of the spirit of a cherished house.
Capitol Reef National Park: The Complete Hiking and Touring Guide Free ShippingFrom $39.18
The only complete guide to Capitol Reef National Park whether on foot or from the road.
Must See Mississippi: 50 Favorite Places Free ShippingFrom $75.46
"Must See Mississippi: 50 Favorite Places" is a fifty-site tour through the Magnolia State\'s historic locales, ranging from the graceful swinging bridge at Tishomingo State Park to the Biloxi Lighthouse, a miraculous survivor of Hurricane Katrina. Each locale contributes a unique piece of the state\'s rich and multilayered story, told through Mary Carol Miller\'s text and more than one hundred full-color photographs by Mary Rose Carter.The book traces the region\'s history across several centuries, from the sunken paths of the Natchez Trace, winding through ominously quiet corners of Claiborne County, to the Greek Revival mansions and courthouses of the antebellum era. Author and photographer explore the remains of the long-lost Natchez tribe\'s Grand Village, as well as Gothic churches, imposing college chapels, and cabins of the Neshoba County Fair. Natural treasures also abound with trips to Point Leflore, the gardens of Monmouth and Walter Place, and the towering oaks of Greenwood\'s Grand Boulevard.Selected by the author and photographer after more than a decade of roaming the highways and back roads of Mississippi, these fifty sites represent the best of a fascinating state.Mary Carol Miller and Mary Rose Carter from Greenwood, Mississippi, are coauthors of "Great Houses of Mississippi" and "Written in the Bricks." Greg Iles of Natchez, Mississippi, is the author of several novels, including "True Evil," "Turning Angel," and "Blood Memory."