| Arboretum Book, the
||Muldoon, linda (ED)
Full colour images 204 Located on the periphery of the High Country, the city today has a population of 340,000 people and is a decentralisation success story. Despite increasing densities, Canberra still retains its distinctive open space atmos
|Akhurst, John D.
| Canberra Portraits
'What creature is the Canberran?' This collection portrays four ordinary Canberrans. There's Michael, a promising accountant whose life is pulled back from the brink of plunging into mediocrity by an illicit fling with a client and its unexpect
| Food for Thought at Manning Clark House
Other Book, 210mm. 90 pages.
|Forbes, Sandy, Reeves, Janet
| Gulaga Twilight
| In the Spirit of Banjo
164 Cautiously, step by step, I creep down the small white ladder that leads from a trapdoor hidden beneath a bed in room 92 at Duntroon's Cork Block. After just five rungs I reach the bottom. Water plunges 40 metres off the cliff top with so mu
|Tim the Yowie Man, Montgomery, J. G., Montgomery, J. G., Willcox, K. L., Willcox, K. L.
| Jumble Vol 1: Taste
| Labour of Love: Celebrating Landcare in the ACT
| Meditations in Orange
128 JG Montgomery is an ACT State Emergency Service volunteer of some 17 years standing. In this time, he has seen a fair share of what nature is, and indeed people are, capable of. He has attended such disasters as the bushfires that struck Can
| Mr Chifley's Band
||Hoffmann, William Sharpe, John
| String of Pearls
| We Will Remember Them