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  1. ISBN: 9781743407011 Format: Paperback Pages: 16 Publisher: Lake Press Dimension (cm): 27.5 x 21.0 x 0.3 Weight (kg): 0.12

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  2. ISBN: 9781743406946 Format: Paperback Pages: 48 Publisher: Lake Press Dimension (cm): 27.5 x 21.0 x 0.5 Weight (kg): 0.19

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  3. The Kilikanoon Killerman s Run Grenache Shiraz Mataro 2014 is a contemporary Grenache-Shiraz-Mataro red blend from the Clare Valley offering wonderful perfume and texture. The Killerman s Run GSM is from the hills of the cooler climate Clare Valley home to some great refined red wines. Kilikanoon is one of the Clare Valley s best producers voted Australian Producer of the Year at Mundus Vini in 2017 and consistently rated 5 Stars by James Halliday. This Kilikanoon Grenache red blend is great with pasta and pizza or with some nice meats at your next BBQ. Approachable now yet will reward over the next 10 years. This is a solid GSM blend made in a Rhone style. Fragrant with plums red currants earthiness and spice. It is unfiltered to add flavour and complexity - watch the sediment. The Kilikanoon Killerman s Run Grenache Shiraz Mataro won Gold at Mundus Vini 2017 countless Silver medals around the world and is rated 90 points by Campbell Mattinson. Drinking Window Next 5-10 years. Alcohol Percent 14.5 .

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  4. The Kilikanoon Killerman s Run Shiraz 2015 is a Gold-winning Clare Valley Shiraz. Fruit-drive spicy with ageing potential this Killerman s Run Shiraz is great with food. From the hills of the cooler climate Clare Valley which is home to some great refined red wines. Kilikanoon is one of the Clare Valley s best producers voted Australian Producer of the Year at Mundus Vini in 2017 and consistently rated 5 Stars by James Halliday. This Kilikanoon Shiraz is great with pasta and pizza or with some nice meats at your next BBQ. Approachable now yet will reward over the next 12 years. This is a beautiful Clare Valley Shiraz at wonderful value. Typical notes of red and dark berries spices and oak. Bottled unfiltered so expect a little sediment. The 2015 Kilikanoon Killerman s Run Shiraz won Gold at Mundus Vini 2017. The 2014 vintage won 2 Gold medals at the China Wine and Spirits Awards and was awarded 93 points by James Halliday. Drinking Window Next 5-10 years. Alcohol Percent 14.5 .

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  5. Korjo adaptors are the SMALLEST, SMARTEST & SAFEST. Approved by: Australian Electrical Authorities. Adapts appliances from India (both large and small pins) and South Africa for use in Australia/NZ sockets. Important: Adaptors do not convert voltage. If you have a 110v appliance, see step-down transformer (SDT98)

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  6. This handsome, boxed, two-volume set tells South Australia's parliamentary history from the colony's earliest European days until modern times. 'In its 100 years of responsible government South Australia can point to a chronicle of achievement of which it may be proud. It has been a century crowded with accomplishment which will be a source of inspiration to face the years ahead with.' - Sir Thomas Playford, Premier of South Australia, 1957 'I commend this volume to all those interested in both the past and future of one of South Australia's defining institutions, and in the continuing ability of Parliament to reflect the wishes of the people and to bring about the common good.' - Mike Rann, Premier of South Australia, 2008

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  7. In 1855 South Australia experienced excessive female immigration. When an economic downturn led to a shortage of domestic help positions, the government was moved to establish servants depots to house them. The book details the day to day running of these depots, and reveals much about the attitudes towards women in colonial South Australia.

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  8. Indigenous Australians have long understood sustainable hunting and harvesting, seasonal changes in flora and fauna, predator–prey relationships and imbalances, and seasonal fire management. Yet the extent of their knowledge and expertise has been largely unknown and under-appreciated by non-Aboriginal colonists, especially in the south-east of Australia where Aboriginal culture was severely fractured. Aboriginal Biocultural Knowledge in South-eastern Australia is the first book to examine historical records from early colonists who interacted with south-eastern Australian Aboriginal communities and documented their understanding of the environment, natural resources such as water and plant and animal foods, medicine and other aspects of their material world. This book provides a compelling case for the importance of understanding Indigenous knowledge, to inform discussions around climate change, biodiversity, resource management, health and education. It will be a valuable reference for natural resource management agencies, academics in Indigenous studies and anyone interested in Aboriginal culture and knowledge.About the AuthorsFred Cahir is an Associate Professor in Aboriginal Studies at Federation University Australia in the Faculty of Education and Arts. His Masters and PhD focused on local Victorian Aboriginal history. His research interests include Victorian Aboriginal history, Australian frontier history, Aboriginal heritage tourism history, Aboriginal biocultural knowledge and toponyms.Ian D. Clark is a Professor of Tourism in the Business School at Federation University Australia. He has a PhD in Aboriginal Historical Geography from Monash University. He has been researching Aboriginal history since 1982. He has been the manager of the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre in Halls Gap, and the History Research Fellow at AIATSIS in Canberra. His areas of interest include Aboriginal history, the history of tourism, and place names.Philip A. Clarke is a consul

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  9. New updated edition! Native Trees and Shrubs of South-Eastern Australia embraces an area that stretches from the Flinders and Mt Lofty Ranges in South Australia, across Victoria and southern New South Wales to the NSW South Coast. It records the land and its vegetation in a scientifically accurate, but accessible, style. Virtually all species of native trees and larger shrubs in this area are described, and their occurrences are related to the features of their environment, events of the past, geology, landforms, soil, and climatic conditions. The brief descriptions of places of special interest, as well as the eight regional 'guide-lists' that cover the coast, hills and ranges, high-mountain country, and various inland areas, assist anyone exploring such regions to identify the trees and shrubs.About the AuthorLeon Costermans completed a Bachelor of Science degree at Melbourne University, majoring in geology and geomorphology, and went on to do a Masters in botany. After a lengthy career as a teacher and lecturer, he now devotes his time to community environmental programs.

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  10. Local and international talents come alive within the pieces that Ashdene create! Having been based in Australia for more than twenty years, Ashdene can now boast strong partnerships with a range of designers from our country as well as around the world; together, they create definitive pieces and collections for the home. Hailing from Ashdene's fantastic Australia Down Under collection - inspired by some of our country's most famous locations - the Australia Down Under New South Wales Can Mug is sure to look at home in your kitchen. If you love New South Wales as much as we do, be sure to celebrate it with this mug's lovingly designed print by Logina Phillips, featuring sights such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Blue Mountains. Made from fine bone china, you can feel assured that this mug is high quality. Australia Down Under New South Wales Can Mug features: Designed in Australia. Made from fine bone china. New South Wales inspired illustrations by Longina Phillips. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Presented in an Ashdene gift box. Capacity: 370ml.

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  11. If you're planning a trip to Australia's southern and northern territories and want to make the most of your time out there, make sure you pick up Lonely Planet's South Australia & Northern Territory. No matter what reason you're travelling for, this guide is sure to make your visit a little more eventful. Like all Lonely Planet books, it contains everything you need for a great outback experience, including maps, insider knowledge and the essential places to visit! Whether you're after a list of the top tourist spots or want to get off the beaten track a bit, this guide has got you covered. So, if you're ready to discover everything that Australia's outback has to offer, take a look at Lonely Planet's South Australia & Northern Territory . South Australia & Northern Territory features: Paperback, 290 pages. Covers all of the must-see locations on Australia's southern and northern territories. Handy survival guide at the back of the book. Key information about indigenous art and culture. Essential advice for travelling in Australia's outback. Includes an index for easy navigation. Published by Lonely Planet. Dimensions: 13cm (l) x 20cm (h) x 1.5cm (w).

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  12. Shop now at Zanui.com.au, Australia's online destination for furniture & homewares. Now get $10* OFF your next purchase when you Sign Up to our newsletter. Stay tuned for latest home decor trends & exclusive offers.

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  13. Shop now at Zanui.com.au, Australia's online destination for furniture & homewares. Now get $10* OFF your next purchase when you Sign Up to our newsletter. Stay tuned for latest home decor trends & exclusive offers.

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  14. Much like a hessian sky full of howling winds and rolling thunder, this blend of premium Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc cannot go unnoticed. Fragrant, rich, vibrant fruit flavours finish long and fresh, and will be remembered long after the taste fades.

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  15. South Australia is home to the country's most stunning landscapes and with its rich in wine-making history it's also home to some of our most premium vineyards. Creswell have captured the best of the region with this Shiraz full of ripe blackberry fruit flavours, which is perfectly balanced with subtle sweet spice characters and soft, fine tannins.

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  16. Now, here we have a totally smashable cab merlot blend out of the Margaret River that you can crack open and share with your mates over some juicy burgers. Smells of fleshy plums, choc-mint and red cherries leap out of the glass, whilst the palate is medium to fuller-bodied, with juicy dark fruit flavours, a decent hit of After Eight mints, gentle tannins, and a spicy plum finish that will have you going back for more.

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  17. A highlight package featuring the Aussie's magnificant uphill battle against an in-form South African squad on their home turf.

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  18. The AFN Fishing Guide to South Australia will appeal to locals and visitors, experienced anglers and new anglers. In fact, anyone who enjoys wetting a line will find this book an essential reference.

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  19. This wall map of South East Australia coves the most populous corner of Australia. From Adelaide in South Australia in the west, to Newcastle in New South Wales in the north, and all of Victoria in the south, this map is both large in size and breadth of area it covers.

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  20. Very few Australians today know of the fierce air battles fought across the Top End of Australia in World War II.For more than two years Japanese aircraft crossed the coast and bombed relentlessly. Savage dogfights were fought between the legendary Zero fighter and Allied Kittyhawks and Spitfires. Big twin-engine Betty bombers rained down blast and fire upon airfields and towns, even penetrating as far inland as Katherine, some 300 kilometres from the coast.Nearly 200 Japanese aircrew died in the onslaught. This book lists all of their names and describes all of the combat missions – and reveals for the first time that the number of combat flights, aircraft shot down, and aircrew who died is far higher than previously thought.Scores of aircraft were downed in combat operations ranging from Exmouth to Townsville, with the majority of action taking place in the Northern Territory. This new extensive research shows the number of air raids was higher than the previously suggested figure of 64, with 77 raids on the Territory alone, while 208 enemy combat flights were carried out across Northern Australia.186 Japanese airmen died when their aircraft were brought down. In many cases their bodies lie in remote sites across the vast bush and coastal waters of the north. Many of the wrecks have never been found. The Empire Strikes South describes all of the aircraft used, and gives an insight into the world of fighter pilots and aircrew. With a full range of new colour graphics by renowned illustrator Michael Claringbould, this significant new research reveals a battle for Australia that has been previously unknown.

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