Australian English has always been rich in slang and dialect words, many of which - dinkum for example - came out from Great Britain with the convicts and their meanings and pronunciation changed. Words from Indigenous languages, such as boomerang, began to be adopted and... read more
|Author:||Peter & Eipper Rowland|
Photographic identification guide to the 280 species of dangerous creature most commonly seen in Australia which is perfect for resident and visitor alike.
High quality photographs from Australia's top nature ph... read more
FLINDERS brings to life the fascinating story of this exceptional maritime explorer - from the drama of epic voyages and devastating shipwrecks; his part in the naming of Australia; his cruel imprisonment by the French on Mauritius for six long and harrowing years; the heartbreaking separ... read more
|Author:||Graham L Paterson|
"The continued usage of the Australian Constitution Act (UK) by the Australian Governments and the judiciary is a confidence trick of monstrous proportions played upon the Australian people with the intent of maintaining power.... Authority over ... read more