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  1. A photographic identification guide to the 300 mammal species most commonly found in Australia. Written by Peter Rowland and Chris Farrell.
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  1. The 300Mbps Wi-Fi range extender boosts your existing Wi-Fi coverage to deliver fast and reliable wired and wireless connectivity. External antennas for faster and more reliable Wi-Fi Supports AP mode which creates a new Wi-Fi Access Point Easily expand wireless coverage at a push of the Range Extender button Set the power schedule for the range extender for Power-saving Works with any Wi-Fi router Compact and strong Despite its compact size, it may be hard to ignore the TL-WA855RE due to the truly impressive way that it projects Wi-Fi access into the areas of your home that your standard router simply cannot reach. The TL-WA855RE supports wireless speeds of up to 300Mbps and keeps all of your favourite devices running as fast as possible. As powerful as you expect The two external antennas with MIMO Technology help set the TL-WA855RE apart from the rest. MIMO Technology enhances your network by dramatically increasing wireless speeds and the two external antennas ensure that a stable wireless signal reaches you where you need it most. Effortless network expansion Two simple taps and you are ready to connect – just press the WPS button on your router, then press the Range Extender button on TL-WA855RE to begin enjoying simple, expanded Wi-Fi. Connect with confidence – The Intelligent LED indicator provides a simple, colour-coded indication, allowing you to find the perfect location. Repeater when router fails you The TL-WA855RE works as a repeater to save you from a poor signal by expanding your router’s network coverage to the primary “dead zones”. Access point for a new network When TL-WA855RE works in AP Mode, it turns Ethernet port into your own personal Wi-Fi hotspot to create a new network. Easy monitoring and remote control Tether is an intuitive app that allows users to conveniently monitor the state of your range extender, controlling its functions and altering its settings from any compatible mobile device remotely. TP-Link tether TP-Link Tether provides the easiest way to remotely access and manage routers or range extenders through your iOS or Android devices. From setup to Parental Controls, Tether provides a simple, intuitive user interface to check the status of your networking device, who’s online and what their privileges are. More personal settings for your network can be configured with TP-Link Tether. Easy update and control via Cloud With a unique, exclusive TP-Link ID, you have the power to manage your Router, DSL Modem Router or Repeater anywhere, anytime. The Tether will also alert you of any firmware updates to ensure the best, most advanced Wi-Fi experience in your network. So if you need to reboot, update, or reconfigure your home router while at office or vacation, the cloud makes it easy. Setting up your network with tether Straight out of the box, use Tether to set up your new TP-Link router or range extender listed in the compatible devices list below. Setup the network name, password and internet settings to get online in no time. Live network management access with tether With Tether, you can see who is connecting to your network and block those shouldn’t be there at the touch of a button. Bid a goodbye to Wi-Fi thieves. Managing administrators and online behaviours with tether Tether helps you designate the devices or users that can manage the TP-Link routers or range extenders and set the permission rules that come with it. With a URL-based whitelist, you can choose websites that are safe to visit. In addition, control and limit access to the network to certain times of the day for users in the child list. So, bedtime really means bedtime. Set up
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  2. Trendy feminine cowgirl boot has a urethane foot. Gloved urethane shaft and shaft lining. Cushioned insole with a PVC outsole. Stylish metal toe rand and #3 toe.
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  3. Are you looking for the best Australian canvas printers online? Or perhaps, do you want to incorporate a different side of nature in your home or establishment through creative art paintings? If yes is your answer to both questions, why not try the Direct Art Australia's Burning Bush oil on canvas painting? On this artwork, you will see a huge tree with burning bushes. Aside from being a good wall painting, this art piece can also be a good eye-opener for your guests especially if you are an advocate of greener environments. Features: -Oil painting.-Radiate a wonderful energy and warmth into any room.-Painting is ready to hang with string attached.-Real painting, not a print.-Hand painted by professional artists.-Product Type: Canvas; Oil Painting.-Colour: Golds.-Life Stage: Adult.-Distressed: No.-Country of Manufacture: Australia.Dimensions: -50cm x 60cm 50cm H x 60cm W.-60cm x 90cm 60cm H x 90cm W.-90cm x 120cm 90cm H x 120cm W.
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  4. Grishin presents a story that is multilayered in its complexity and detaila (His book) at once broadens the scope of our national art and draws together these diverse strands into a compelling narrative. Above all it is a lively and insightful account of the diversity and richness of artistic endeavour of this country.’Tony Ellwood, Director, National Gallery of Victoria Sasha Grishin is a leading Australian art historian, art critic and curator who has published some twenty books and over two thousand articles on various aspects of art. This book is his magnum opus, a comprehensive and definitive history of Australian art. Lavishly illustrated and meticulously researched, Australian Art A History provides an overview of the major developments in Australian art, from its origins to the present. The book commences with ancient Aboriginal rock art and early colonialists’ interpretations of their surroundings, and moves on to discuss the formation of an Australian identity through art, the shock of early modernism and the notorious Heide circle. It finishes with the popular recognition of modern Indigenous art and contemporary Australian art and its place in t
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  5. The UKHO produce over 3300 Standard Nautical Charts and a wide range of thematic charts for specialist requirements. Admiralty standard nautical charts comply with Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) regulations and are ideal for professional, commercial and recreational use. Charts within the series consist of a range of scales, useful for passage planning, ocean crossings, coastal navigation and entering port.
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  6. Native offers planting palettes and design themes, gardening techniques and inspiration for an original and exciting perspective on the very best of Australian local flora. When Kate Herd started experimenting with how she pruned and trained the native plants in her riverside garden in Melbourne, she made some amazing discoveries. A eucalyptus shrub she had cut right back to the ground reappeared as the most beautiful sprawling ground cover. Westringia was shaped to impersonate perfect English Box balls. And she found that Tasmanian beech trees could grow as a copse in small city courtyards. Jela had similar experiences in her own garden design practice and together Kate and Jela have explored the unique beauty and resilience of Australia’s native plants. Known for their absolute versatility and hardiness in the garden, native plants also offer up original forms for cut flowers and sculpture. Garden designers Fiona Brockhoff and Sue Barnsley, Sculptor Tracey Deep and Artist Janet Lawrence all share their own love of Australian plants and how they incorporate them into their work. Chapters cover topics such as: Feature Foliage, Sculptural Forms, Pliability, Shady Spaces and Flowering Meadows.
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  7. Are you looking for the best Australian canvas printers online? Or perhaps, do you want to incorporate a different side of nature in your home or establishment through creative art paintings? If yes is your answer to both questions, why not try the Direct Art Australia's Burning Bush oil on canvas painting? On this artwork, you will see a huge tree with burning bushes. Aside from being a good wall painting, this art piece can also be a good eye-opener for your guests especially if you are an advocate of greener environments. Features: -Oil painting.-Radiate a wonderful energy and warmth into any room.-Painting is ready to hang with string attached.-Real painting, not a print.-Hand painted by professional artists.-Product Type: Canvas; Oil Painting.-Colour: Golds.-Life Stage: Adult.-Distressed: No.-Country of Manufacture: Australia.Dimensions: -50cm x 60cm 50cm H x 60cm W.-60cm x 90cm 60cm H x 90cm W.-90cm x 120cm 90cm H x 120cm W.
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  8. Are you looking for the best Australian canvas printers online? Or perhaps, do you want to incorporate a different side of nature in your home or establishment through creative art paintings? If yes is your answer to both questions, why not try the Direct Art Australia's Burning Bush oil on canvas painting? On this artwork, you will see a huge tree with burning bushes. Aside from being a good wall painting, this art piece can also be a good eye-opener for your guests especially if you are an advocate of greener environments. Features: -Oil painting.-Radiate a wonderful energy and warmth into any room.-Painting is ready to hang with string attached.-Real painting, not a print.-Hand painted by professional artists.-Product Type: Canvas; Oil Painting.-Colour: Golds.-Life Stage: Adult.-Distressed: No.-Country of Manufacture: Australia.Dimensions: -50cm x 60cm 50cm H x 60cm W.-60cm x 90cm 60cm H x 90cm W.-90cm x 120cm 90cm H x 120cm W.
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  9. Features: -Wall art.-Product Type: Oil Painting.-Colour: Multi-Colour.-Life Stage: Adult.-Distressed: No.-Country of Manufacture: Australia.Specifications: -41cm H x 51cm W.-51cm H x 61cm W.-56cm H x 71cm W.-51cm H x 76cm W.-61cm H x 76cm W.-61cm H x 92cm W.-71cm H x 102cm W.
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  10. Features: -Wall art.-Product Type: Oil Painting.-Colour: Multi-Colour.-Life Stage: Adult.-Distressed: No.-Country of Manufacture: Australia.Specifications: -41cm H x 51cm W.-51cm H x 61cm W.-56cm H x 71cm W.-51cm H x 76cm W.-61cm H x 76cm W.-61cm H x 92cm W.-71cm H x 102cm W.
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  11. Features: -Wall art.-Product Type: Oil Painting.-Colour: Multi-Colour.-Life Stage: Adult.-Distressed: No.-Country of Manufacture: Australia.Specifications: -41cm H x 51cm W.-51cm H x 61cm W.-56cm H x 71cm W.-51cm H x 76cm W.-61cm H x 76cm W.-61cm H x 92cm W.-71cm H x 102cm W.
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  12. Large, bold and colourful, Indigenous Australian art has impressed itself on the contemporary imagination. But it is controversial, dividing the stakeholders from those who smell a scam. Whether the artists are victims or victors, there is no denying their impact in the media and on the art world and collectors worldwide. How did it become the most successful Indigenous art in the world? How did its artists escape the ethnographic and souvenir markets to become players in an art world from which they had been barred? Superbly illustrated, and rich in detail and critical analysis, this book provides the first full historical account of Indigenous Australian art and shows that there is much more to the art than large colourful canvasses.
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  13. Features: -Wall art.-Product Type: Oil Painting.-Colour: Multi-Colour.-Life Stage: Adult.-Distressed: No.-Country of Manufacture: Australia.Specifications: -41cm H x 51cm W.-51cm H x 61cm W.-56cm H x 71cm W.-51cm H x 76cm W.-61cm H x 76cm W.-61cm H x 92cm W.-71cm H x 102cm W.
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  14. Features: -Wall art.-Product Type: Oil Painting.-Colour: Multi-Colour.-Life Stage: Adult.-Distressed: No.-Country of Manufacture: Australia.Specifications: -41cm H x 51cm W.-51cm H x 61cm W.-56cm H x 71cm W.-51cm H x 76cm W.-61cm H x 76cm W.-61cm H x 92cm W.-71cm H x 102cm W.
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  15. A hardback, case bound visual art book showing the art of alt/indie music in Australia 1976-1980 in 7’‘ record sleeves, this reference book gives a critical review of the packaging of Australian Music. The book contains the great indie/alternative 7’‘ vinyl covers that were either financed by the bands themselves or by the ground breaking, risk taking record businesses of the time. These records have the story behind them, how the artwork came to be, as told by the artist/musician. During this period Australia was the third largest supplier of English speaking musical repertoire to the World. Australian music was unique in the world and at its most popular on the world stage. This book shows how that music was packaged and gives the story behind the artwork from the musician and artists that created it. PRODUCT 45 focuses on the period 1976-1980. How the music was packaged as told by the artist/musician, the story behind the artwork. 1976 was a major turning point in our Music History. It is a logical time to start this book, looking at the creative way music was packaged. The graphic design, the printing processes and delivery of product into the market place. Up until this time the music market was the exclusive domain of major music companies but 1976 was the year of change, where musicians started to do it themselves, to record, package and deliver their music directly to their fans. It was small scattered groups of like-minded individuals who had the DIY mentality. And they were in every Australian capital city and scattered through the countryside. These creative minds just wanted to get their music recorded and heard, hand delivering it to their fan base. The punters that went to their gigs or replied to the ads in the fledgling music press. This music was packaged in hand made, low budget paper sleeves that were spectacular. Without the constraints of the record company art departments, these releases were genuinely creative. While produced on a shoe string budget but with many hands, it was creativity to the maximum. Nothing was off limits, the language used, the photos taken and the variety of print process used, whether hand drawn and hand coloured, one colour photocopy or screen printed onto a variety of textured papers and boards. Some covers were glued, some just folded. People made use of what they could get their hands on to. The creativity in the packaging of music was as great as the music within. Foreword written by Stuart Coupe. Two introductions written by Toby Creswell and Bruce Milne. Book jacket cover designed by Phil Brophy. Contibutions from Bruce Griffiths, Bob Short, Craig Regan, Daisy Bailey, Donald Roberston, Doug Thomas, Edwin Garlan, Fabian Byrne, Gavan Quinn, Glenn Terry, Glenno Smith, Graeme Regan, Jodi Adams, Keith Glass, Kim Salmon, Marek Urbanski, Ray Ahn, Roger Grierson, Scott Henthron, Steve Stavrakis, Virginia Muzik, Alan Bamford, Andy Groome, Bill Tolson, Bruce Cub Callaway, Clive Hodson, Dave Warner, Gil Mathews, John Willsteed, Judi Kuepper, Malcolm Baxter, Mick Harvey, Reg Mombasa, Rob Griffiths, Jeremy Fiebiger, Steve Braund, Ash Wednesday, Rod McLeod, Chane Chane, Stephen Cummings, Dare Jennings, Robbie Porrit, Robert McComb, Mark Taylor, John Needham, Deniz Tek and Warwick Gilbert.
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  16. Features: -Wall art.-Product Type: Oil Painting.-Colour: Multi-Colour.-Life Stage: Adult.-Distressed: No.-Country of Manufacture: Australia.Specifications: -41cm H x 51cm W.-51cm H x 61cm W.-56cm H x 71cm W.-51cm H x 76cm W.-61cm H x 76cm W.-61cm H x 92cm W.-71cm H x 102cm W.
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  17. Features: -Wall art.-Product Type: Oil Painting.-Colour: Multi-Colour.-Life Stage: Adult.-Distressed: No.-Country of Manufacture: Australia.Specifications: -41cm H x 51cm W.-51cm H x 61cm W.-56cm H x 71cm W.-51cm H x 76cm W.-61cm H x 76cm W.-61cm H x 92cm W.-71cm H x 102cm W.
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  18. Twenty seven years of excellence in illustration is celebrated in this sumptuously illustrated book from Australian Geographic. The illustrator’s art has been one of the cornerstones of Australian Geographic since Banjo the platypus graced the cover of the first issue in 1986. Photo-realistic illustrations of native fauna appeared on each cover for the first 83 issues. Inside the pages of Australian Geographic, illustration has been used to explain complex data, recreate scenes from our ancient past or simply to show us nature in all its detailed glory and continues to be a vital storytelling tool. This gorgeous book boasts 224 pages of beautiful images from many of Australia’s finest natural history artists. Enjoy the chance to see many familiar scenes in a whole new light as they feature as artworks in their own right. The book is packed with depictions of Australia’s fauna and flora as rendered by the finest illustrators and features words from award winning writer and artist Alasdair McGregor.
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