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Bushwalking Books

There are lots of good books of interest to bushwalkers out there! If you have any favourites, please mail me details (author, title, and short description).

The Budawang Committee, Fitzroy Falls and Beyond
Geography, geology, history, ecology and walks in Morton National Park (Shoalhaven/Ettrema area). (DY)
The Budawang Committee, Pigeon House and Beyond
Geography, geology, history, ecology and walks in the Budawangs. (DY)
John Chapman, South West Tasmania
Track notes to all the major walks through this large national park. Includes planning and equipment notes. (John Chapman)
John Chapman and John Siseman, Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair
Track notes to the Overland Track plus all side routes plus notes to the Walls of Jerusalem National Park and major linking routes between these two parks in Tasmania. (John Chapman)
John and Monica Chapman, Bushwalking In Australia
Detailed track notes to 24 bushwalks around Australia ranging from 2 to 14 days in length. Includes walks in every state. (John Chapman)
Anthony Dunk, Discovering the Colo Wilderness on Foot
Twenty five walks in the Colo region.
S. Lord and G. Daniel, Bushwalks of the Sydney Region
two volumes - an excellent selection of walks around Sydney, mostly day and weekend trips but some longer ones
Glen McLaren, Beyond Leichhardt
A look at some of the technical and practical aspects of Australian exploration.
Take a Walk Publications
has eleven books, covering Queensland and NSW as well as the Northern Territory and Victoria. out on NSW and southern Queensland walks
Tyrone Thomas and Sven Klinge, Australian Mountains: The Best 100 Walks
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