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Library Catalogue. Non-Fiction Resources
Australia's Greatest Landmarks and Locations by From the Harbour Bridge to the Great Barrier Reef, Parliament House, the Great Ocean Road, Broken Hill and Uluru, this book celebrates the many diverse landmarks and locations that make Australia one of the most exciting countries on Earth. Some places have enormous cultural significance, reflecting our Indigenous heritage or our short history as a nation. And some places, of course, have both natural and cultural importance. After finding out about the greatest landmarks and locations of Australia. Includes small section on Bungle Bungle Ranges, also known as Purnululu
Call Number: 919.4 GRA
Landmarks by Chapter on the Bungle Bungle Ranges, also known as Purnululu
Call Number: 919.42 EIN
Wonder at the spectacular environment of the Kimberley region and those who live there. From the magnificent beehive formations of The Bungle Bungles, to the mighty Fitzroy River, Western Australia's Kimberley region has it all