Cape York to the Kimberleys
by George Farwell
Rigby, 1962 [First Edition], black and white photographic plates, illustrated end-papers (maps), embossed illustration on front cover, hardcover, removable Mylar protected dust-jacket
Very Good Condition, minor edge and shelf wear, minor rubbing and bumping, price-clipped fly-leaf, removable Mylar protected dust-jacket shows a little edge and shelf wear with little rubbing, chipping, creasing to edges and corers, small tears at some edges see photographs)
"The author, one of Australia's most widely travelled writers, ranges in the chapters of this book across the remote and lonely northern section of the Australian continent, from the Barrier Reef and Cape York Peninsula to the Kimberleys and down to Alice Springs. He meets and talks with station-owners, stockmen, drovers, miners, missionaries, aircraft pilots, engineers, and pearlers, and rides with a truck-driver along one of the loneliest roads in the world - the Murranji Track."