MY BLOOD'S COUNTRY, A Journey Along Australia's National Trail,

By: Phil Jarratt, with photography

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MY BLOOD'S COUNTRY, A Journey Along Australia's National Trail, by Phil Jarratt, with photography by Jan Subiaco
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Greenhouse Publications, Richmond, Melbourne - ISBN:0864361696, 1988. hardcover, 8½" x 11¼", with unclipped dust jacket. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, barcode, stickers, etc. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Five thousand kilometres, zig-zagging across the Great Divide from the ancient rainforests of Australia's tropical tip to its snow-capped southern alps, Australia's National Trail is one of the last great challenges on earth. In this book Phil Jarratt and photographer Jan Subiaco set out (by foot, horse, boat and 4WD) to capture the spirit of the Trail in words and pictures. An inspirational book!

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