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The Five Mile Press. Canterbury Vic Australia; 1983. Wilsons Promontory is one of Australia's oldest and most-visited national parks, it occupies the southernmost part of the Australian mainland. The park is a place of contrasts with granite mountains, boulder-strewn headlands, sweeping beaches, dense rainforests, picturesque streams, impenetrable swamps and a fascinating range of interesting and uncommon plant and animal species. In this book Jocelyn Burt, one of Australia's leading scenic photographers, describes her long- standing love affair with "The Prom" and shares her impressions of this unique part of Australia. Illustrated dust jacket over similarly illustrated glascine end boards. Stunning illustrations. Pristine condition. 80pp. 285 x 212mm