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If you are planning on traveling to Australia you don't want to miss out on these great tourist guides! These books will provide all the tourist information you will need to explore everything Australia has to offer. Make sure you don't miss out on the best tourist attractions when you are visiting 'down under'.
Travel to Tasmania, east coast Australia, the Gold Coast, Melbourne, west coast Australia or New Zealand with these informational travel guides! Don't leave home without these toursit travel guides!
Lonely Planet New South Wales
Warm beach-retreats to the north and south, wineries and bush-clad slopes inland, and then there's glamorous Sydney itself - welcome to New South Wales, for a taste of everything in the one destination. As the only comprehensive guidebook to the state, with detailed coverage both regional and urban, this is the perfect guide for the perfect getaway.
The Complete Whale-Watching Handbook
The Complete Whale-Watching Handbook is a spectacular celebration of whales, porpoises, and dolphins, and of the immense diversity of opportunities to view these spectacular marine mammals in the wild. Once the stuff of fishermen’s yarns and literary classics, we can all now experience the excitement of an eye-to-eye encounter with a whale, dolphin, or porpoise.
This book covers the biology of each creature listed, focusing on the species that can be seen on excursions, the behaviors likely to be encountered, and the nature of the industry. There is also a species guide, followed by a comprehensive region-by-region guide to whale-, dolphin-, or porpoise-watching opportunities worldwide. There are also sections explaining the study of whales, dolphins, and porpoises, examining the impact of whale-watching on whale populations, and offering practical advice on how to view, photograph and enjoy these creatures in the wild.
Brisbane and the Gold Coast
Wouldn't it be wonderful to see the sights with your own local host to give you a native's point of view? Insight's Pocket Guides deliver this personal service with a sleek, portable guide that gives you the inside scoop. It's not just what you see, it's the sense of what you're seeing.Filled with practical tips, full and half-day itineraries, and loads of personal recommendations, these indispensable guides are ideal for travelers with limited time to spare. Many Pocket Guides come complete with a pull-out map, making your travel so much simpler.
Australia & New Zealand on a Shoestring
At last - the two hottest stars on the travel circuit combined in one sizzling guidebook! Grab your pack and head south to Australia's awesome beaches and New Zealand's spectacular landscapes. Written for backpackers by backpackers, this guide to the wonders down under helps you travel further and pay less.
West Coast Australia
West Coast Australia—so far off the beaten track it makes the middle of nowhere seem crowded. Discover this gigantic slice of down under with the 3rd edition of Footprint’s acclaimed guide, from the pounding surf of Margaret River to the whale sharks of Ningaloo Reef. This fully updated new edition provides the know-how for navigating your way through this unspoiled wilderness, plus the most up-to-date listings for eating, sleeping and drinking, and great tips on how to get the most from the great outdoors.
The Rough Guide to Melbourne
The Rough Guide to Melbourne is the most extensive guidebook available to Australia''s second-largest city. The guide features lively accounts of the sights and discerning reviews of the best bars, hotels and restaurants. Now published as a larger B-format guide, the 16-page introduction includes full-colour photos of the authors selection of ''Things Not to Miss'' and large easy-to-read maps througout.
The Rough Guide to Tasmania
The Rough Guide to Tasmania covers all the excitement that’s crammed into this island state, tucked away on the far side of Australia. Long-known for its adventure activities, Tasmania has grown up into a sophisticated and contemporary destination, and the Rough Guide is your ticket to the most adventuresome and most sophisticated pockets. It features comprehensive coverage of every national park, accommodation from free bush-camps to luxury boutique hotels and where to eat, from burger joints to world-class seafood restaurants.
With 35 maps and plans, The Rough Guide to Tasmania will steer you through a bonanza of adrenalin-fuelled activities, as well as how and where to relax, with all the nitty-gritty in between. Make the most of your time with The Rough Guide to Tasmania.
East Coast Australia
Contains expert written Environment and History chapters, featuring scientist Tim Flannery and historian Michael Cathcart. Dedicated outdoor activity section includes the best surfing, diving, swimming and walking in the region. Includes expanded inland coverage. Guide contains information about the traditional owners of the land, and includes highlighted indigenous tourism options.
Feel the wind in your hair as you cruise the world's longest road; tips for driving across this magnificent, monster country. Find out where Lonely Planet's favorite Australians would rather be. Seek refuge in Cape Tribulation's Wet Tropics where the rainforest greets the sea. Join the dots; hear about Aboriginal culture from Australia's first people.
Let's Go Australia
Packed with travel information, including listings, deals, and insider tips: CANDID LISTINGS of hundreds of places to eat, sleep, drink, and feel like a localRELIABLE MAPS to help you navigate Australia from the reefs to the Outback EXPANDED COVERAGE of Melbourne and Tasmania STRAIGHT TALK from writers on their experiences and tips for improving your trip WORK AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES all over Australia A GLOSSARY with all the authentic Aussie lingo you'll ever need.