ExplorOz Newsletter - Issue 115

29th September, 2006. In this issue: New holidaying books from Explore Australia, Hema and Lonely Planet and a New Article - Finding Wildflowers in WA.

Dear ExplorOz Reader,
We are now well into Spring and what a time for waking up early and getting outdoors, listening to the birds and checking out the beautiful flora in our midst. In this issue, we explore the spring theme with a new article featuring Wildflowers and more new holidaying books from Explore Australia, Hema and Lonely Planet. Enjoy!!

New Products

A Guide to Native Orchids of South West WA
This is an Orchid Guide with a difference.This book will provide likely locations for specific orchids and help identify orchids found. This guide contains beautiful photographs with descriptions.Only $34.95


The Devils Playground - DVD
This 4x4 DVD will inspire you to tackle the challenging beach driving, rainforests and railway tracks around Tasmania.Only $34.95


The Kimberley Atlas & Guide - Hema
Contains detailed coverage of the Gibb River Road, Broome, Kununurra, Purnululu (the Bungle Bungles), etc. Only $29.95


Explore Australia
The Australian Road Atlas 2006
This edition provides a comprehensive, detailed coverage of the entire country. It includes 119 maps with capital city and suburban maps and is completely indexed with over 16,000 entries.Only $24.95

Explore Australia’s Coast
This book is packed with 400 beautiful colour photographs of Australia, complete with images of Australia's beautiful beaches providing a wealth of information on where to go, what to do and what to see.Only $45.00

The NSW Fishing Atlas
This newly printed edition features over 40 maps, local boating information, where to fish, a guide to the local fish and identifying your catch. It's a great guide for fishing along the NSW coast and the inland regions of New England, Upper Hunter, Central Highlands and Snowy Mountains. Only $22.00


Explore Australia 2007
Beautifully illustrated, covers 700 towns and national parks. Including information on bushwalking, wineries, museums, festivals, fishing spots, 70 holiday regions and much more. It has 140 pages of georeferenced road atlases. Only $49.95


Explore New South Wales
This is an ideal guide for holidaying in New South Wales. Provides a Sydney city guide and 15 touring regions with information on national parks, festivals, museums and adventure activities. A complete road atlas for exploring New South Wales.Only $24.95

Explore Tasmania
The perfect guide for the top experiences, attractions and events on offer in each region of Tasmania. Features a new "Fishing in Tasmania" section with fishing maps, where to fish and what to catch. Only $24.95

Explore Victoria
The perfect guide to Victoria - includes national parks and wildlife, plus regional guides to the Grampians, Goldfields, Yarra Valley, Mornington Peninsula and more. Only $24.95

Explore Queensland
The perfect guide to Queensland - including a guide to Brisbane and surrounding regions, together with the Gold Coast, Fraser Island and the Great Barrier Reef. Features national parks, festivals, museums and much more! Only $24,95

Latest Editions

New Article

Finding Wildflowers in WA

Western Australia with its sandy soils may seem an unlikely place for wildflowers to prosper, however, this state is world renowned for being the Wildflower State. Around 12,000 wildflower species have been found throughout WA, with the south-western corner of the state notable for having more species of flowering plants than almost anywhere else in the world.

This article gives you an extensive list of many various species of wildflowers and the regions where they are most prolific. The wildflower season lasts for five months and flowers may begin to bloom from July in the warmer parts of the state through to November in the south. What a better time to start looking.

To read the full article online click here.


Advertorial
Wannago Tag Along Tours
Historic Pubs of Queensland
14 Days – Departs 22nd April 2007

Follow the old Cobb & Co routes with John and Mike, whilst stopping at some of Australia's most iconic pubs along the way. This tour takes travels through the outback to some of the oldest licensed premises in Queensland such as Nindigully, Hungerford, Eulo Innamincka, Birdsville Middleton Hotel and many others. The trip is mostly along good dirt roads but we do duck out to Big Red whilst in Birdsville and some trickier areas of 4wding through the Diamantina Lakes.

This trip is fully catered, most nights we dine at the hotels - breakfast, morning tea and lunch is also provided. Off road camper trailers can be taken on this trip. Accommodation will be at the pubs’ camp sites or National Parks, so anything from throwing your swag down on the pubs verandah to pulling up a camper trailer is welcome. The fully inclusive cost is $115 per day.

Click forWannago Tours Contact Details


Trader - Look & Feel Update

As our regular site readers will have already started noticing, we are actively converting many site pages into our new look & feel along with migrating the page structure to .aspx - The Adventure Trader is the most recent of the page conversions, and along with this change you'll notice a nice new Display Ad image scroller - just another great reason the Display Ad is great value at just $9.95 for a run it 'til you sell it ad for anything second-hand that fits our categories. To see the new look Trader click here.


And finally, we can't resist the temptation to sign-off without a few words of parochial support for the West Coast Eagles playing in tomorrows AFL Grand Final - Go Eagles!!

With this weekend also the start of school holidays for WA, SA, NSW, NT and the rest of the states already well into holidays (other than Tasmania) we extend best wishes for a safe and enjoyable trip for anyone taking a break during this time.

The ExplorOz Team - David, Michelle, Jackie, Damian, Kerry

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