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    y separately published work icon Red Dust & Wanderlust : Tales of Travel in Australia Lee Atkinson (editor), Lee Mylne (editor), Sydney : Australian Society of Travel Writers , 2010 Z1839068 2010 anthology prose travel 'Is Temora really the friendliest town in Australia? Can a rank amateur find fame in Tamworth? Where is the true 'dead centre' of our continent? How hard is it to win an outback rodeo? These are just some of the questions members of the Australian Society of Travel Writers have tried to answer as they've traversed this vast continent.

    In this anthology, our writers share some of their favourite places and most memorable experiences on home turf. From far north-west Western Australia, the "anxious coast" of South Australia and the tram tracks of Melbourne, to the frontier of Cape York, and many places in between, they've discovered much about their own country. Join our writers as they lose themselves in lush rainforests, reveal the delights of small-town living, and get red dust on their boots in some of Australia's most remote spots.' (Publisher's blurb)
    Sydney : Australian Society of Travel Writers , 2010
    pg. 23-32
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Subjects:
  • Borroloola, McArthur River area, Gulf - Barkly Tablelands area, Central Northern Territory, Northern Territory,
  • Normanton, Archer River - Normanton area, Cape York Peninsula, Queensland,
  • Oenpelli / Gunbalunya, West Arnhem Land, Arnhem Land, Top End, Northern Territory,
  • Kakadu National Park, Arnhem Land, Top End, Northern Territory,
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