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Walks, Tracks and Trails of New South Wales

Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Derrick Stone(Author)
280 pages, colour photos, maps
Publisher: CSIRO
Walks, Tracks and Trails of New South Wales
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About this book

For the first time in a single volume, Walks, Tracks and Trails of New South Wales brings together more than 140 of the best walks, tracks or trails in New South Wales, which can be walked by the moderately fit individual. They are located in national parks, coastal parks, state forests, conservation reserves, historic parks and local government and public easements. Other routes follow state highways, minor roads, coastal cliffs, old gold routes, or pass bushranger haunts and back roads linking towns and historical features.

Most routes do not require specialist navigation or bushcraft skills, and vary in length from a 45-minute stroll to a 4-day, 65-kilometre camping trip.

Walks, Tracks and Trails of New South Wales highlights the best the state has to offer, from an outback ghost town and ancient lake beds, to Australia's highest mountain, coastal environments and World Heritage rainforests. Easy-to-interpret maps are included to help you navigate, and the book's size makes it convenient to bring with you on your adventures.

Contents

Arrangement of walks by environment
Walk locations
Acknowledgements
Introduction
North Coast
Western Slopes & Plains
Snowy Mountains
Far West & Outback
South Coast
Aboriginal Heritage Walks
Coastal Walks
Driving Trails
Forest Walks
Gold Heritage
Granite Country
Heritage Walks
Lake Walks
Mountain Walks
Rainforest Walks
River, Stream & Cascade Walks
Town Walk
Volcanic Features
Waterfalls
Wetlands

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Biography

Derrick Stone is a keen outdoors person who enjoys bushwalking and exploring new environments. He wrote Walks, Tracks and Trails of Victoria and has contributed to Victoria’s National Parks and Melbourne’s Great Outdoors, was joint author of Murray River Country, and has edited books about gold and gemstones. Derrick has further increased his knowledge of the natural environment through his profession as a freelance graphic designer with a long history of producing books associated with natural history.

Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Derrick Stone(Author)
280 pages, colour photos, maps
Publisher: CSIRO
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