Flaura Fauna and Geology
A - Z of Australian Plants
The Austraflora A-Z of Australian Plants is an essential handbook for everyone interested in growing native plants. Bill Molyneux and Sue Forrester tell you everything you need to know to successfully choose and grow more than 1600 attractive and interesting Australian plants, all of which are readily available in nurseries. Each plant is described in detail - its eventual size, its flowers, fruit and foilage. As well, there is accurate and consice information on the ideal climate and soil type, whether it will attract birds to your garden, if it requires sun or shade and its form - creeper or groundcover etc
A field guide for travellers and a reference book for the home library. An indispensable guide to Australian wildlife with plants and animals from the coral reefs to the rainforests, eucalypt woodland and deserts.
Over 600 beautifully illustrated images, distribution maps, comprehensive descriptions and information on where they live or grow.
Gould Series - Birds of South-eastern Australia
Use these guides to help identify birds of South-eastern Australia. The 7 books in the series include:
1. Urban Areas
2. The Ranges
3. Oceans, Bays and Beaches
4. Inland Waters
5. Dry Country
Green Guide series. Winner of the Whitley Award for best zoological series these attractive books provide a wealth of information in a informative, scientific yet easily handled style. Numerous photographs and distribution maps.
Birds of Australia
Sharks & Rays of Australia
Frogs of Australia
Snakes and Other Reptiles of Australia
Kangaroos & Wallabies of Australia
Spiders of Australia
Dangerous Creatures of Australia
Sharks and Rays
This user friendly field guide was developed by CSIRO, AFMA and FRDC so that fishers, observers and scientists can identify the main Australian target and bycatch species of sharks, rays and chimaerids.
South East Forests of New South Wales
A touring guide to tracking through the south east forests of New South Wales. Come and experience the amazing diversity of the national parks of south-eastern NSW. In a single day you can enjoy a walk through a cool wet rainforest, share a picnic on the escarpment with 180 degree views, and then spend the best part of the afternoon relaxing on a secluded beach.
This book includes all you need to know such as, descriptions of the parks, detailed maps showing facilities, drivers guide, walkers guide and campground listing.