Road to Mount Buggery, The

By: Whittaker and Willesee

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MCA: Macmillan Australia, 2001. The Road to Mount Buggery is travel writing at its best; a journey into the most intriguing and uninviting parts of Australia.<p>Living and working as journalists in Sydney, where the most exciting place name is Rooty Hill, Mark Whittaker and Amy Willesee became obsessed with the bizarre place names of outback Australia. Places where explorers and settlers - lost or disappointed with the harsh landscape - let their suffering, and the destruction they caused, endure on the map.<p>Finding 45 Mount Miserys at last count - not to mention Hills, Rocks and Bluffs - the authors decided to spend a year exploring their own Map of Misery. With a four-wheel drive, a tent and an unreliable generator-powered fridge, they investigated the fascinating stories, both historical and contemporary, that lie behind Australia’s Mount Treacherys and Massacre Lakes. Ending, both literally and figuratively, at Mount Buggery, this book is a travel delight, full of humour, incident and character.<p>. Trade Paperback. New.

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