""Mary Durack's KINGS IN GRASS CASTLES is an Australian classic. Since it was published in 1959 it has gone on selling as new generations of readers discover the pastoralist saga of the Durack family and their cattle spreads across the continent. Now, nearly 25 years later we have the sequel we have bee ...Show more
Category: Pearling Yesterday and Today
The pearling voyage of the 'Sarah' to the North West and Kimberley in 1889 and 1881, with an appendix on the death of W.H. Lowe during an expedition north east of the Gascoyne in late 1881. From John Brockman's 1912 manuscript. One of the few books on the earliest days of pearling in Western Australia. ...Show more
The author was an early pioneer of the NW and wrote these reminiscences in 1911. The original copies are extremely rare.
Ian Petherick is a true example of a Kimberley icon He has done it all, spent a childhood growing up on cattle stations, worked as a Jackaroo, established his own bull catching business, became the first one-legged heli-mustering chopper pilot and formed a large, well known cattle trucking business Ia ...Show more