Up The Track by Max Colwell and Peter Finch
Up The Track by Max Colwell and Peter Finch
Up The Track by Max Colwell and Peter Finch
Up The Track by Max Colwell and Peter Finch
Up The Track by Max Colwell and Peter Finch
Up The Track by Max Colwell and Peter Finch
Up The Track by Max Colwell and Peter Finch
Up The Track by Max Colwell and Peter Finch
Up The Track by Max Colwell and Peter Finch
Up The Track by Max Colwell and Peter Finch
Up The Track by Max Colwell and Peter Finch
Up The Track by Max Colwell and Peter Finch

Up The Track by Max Colwell and Peter Finch

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Up The Track

by Max Colwell and Peter Finch

Rigby, 1979, [First Edition], ISBN 0727011014, colour photographic plates, black and white photographs, black and white photographic frontispiece, hardcover, dustjacket

Very Good Condition, a little edge and shelf wear, a little rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, no inscriptions, dustjacket shows a little edge and shelf wear with a little rubbing to edges and corners, small chips and creases, small stain on front (see photographs)

“The reality of the great outback as Australia proves even more compelling and full of rich contrasts than its popular mythology.  Max Colwell and Peter Finch travelled more than 12000 kilometres through this vast continent in an ordinary two-wheel-drive vehicle, tracing the pattern for the holiday of a lifetime.  They gained an appreciation of the country and its pioneering history which they invite the reader to share in an armchair journey to the Top End.
Up The Track offers a wealth of practical knowledge that will enable the motorist to undertake such a journey as comfortably as possible, and with complete awareness of the pitfalls involved.  There is invaluable information about the choice and condition of roads and tracks; towns; stations, and local events; landforms and wildlife; places of beauty and significance; as well as facilities available at all points – from roadside cafes to motels, bush pubs, and camping sites.”