By: Chris Hammer (Author)
A celebration of the Australian seascape – from its natural grandeur to the quirky individualism of those who live beside it – this is the heartfelt and pertinent story of the issues facing Australia's coast today and the resilience of its communities at a turning point. Travelling from the Torres Strait to Tasmania and from the showy beaches of Sydney to a beautiful village that endures despite the loss of its fishing fleet, this journey is imbued with a sense of optimism and humor. Even as new economic imperatives emerge and the shift in climate becomes apparent, The Coast revels in the heritage and character of Australia's shores.
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Chris Hammer is a journalist with more than 25 years of experience. He is the former international correspondent for SBS TV's flagship current affairs program Dateline, the former chief political correspondent for the Bulletin, and the former senior political journalist for the Age. He is the author of The River and the recipient of the ACT Book of the Year Award.
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