From lap pools to ocean pools, harbour pools to waterfalls, Sydney is arguably the best major city in Australia for swimming, if not the world! And Places We Swim in Sydney covers the very best of the city's famous and hidden swimming spots. After the success of their first book, Places We Swim, author ...Show more
Sydney is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and regardless of your fitness level or experience, it's best seen on foot! This 10th Anniversary 4th edition of the bestselling Sydney's Best Harbour and Coastal Walks explores the length and breadth of Sydney's spectacular harbour, beaches and co ...Show more
The incredible, inspiring story of a solo journey through Australia's toughest and most beautiful hiking trail - the Australian Alps Walking Track - for fans of INTO THE WILD by Jon Krakauer or Cheryl Strayed's WILD and anyone who dreams of iconic wilderness walks. At the start of t ...Show more
Lonely Planet introduces explorers and armchair travelers alike to the new world of travel with this second edition of our best-selling Ultimate Travel. Our team has partnered with industry experts to rank over 150 new experiences and great adventures tailored for today's traveler.
From the bright blue hues of Jodhpur, Rajasthan's medieval metropolis, to the deep purples of Provence's lavender fields, discover the world through a stunning collection of photographs with the first and only travel guide by colour palette. This inspiring book features 400 photographs of amazing desti ...Show more
Rails Around the World is a visually glorious history depicting trains and locomotives at work in scenic locations throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.
There's something purely magical about being in nature; it transforms us, it renews us. Yet, in a world where high rises, dense population and technology have become virtually inescapable, immersing oneself in nature is seemingly out-of-reach. Lonely Planet's Natural World invites you to reconnect with ...Show more
An epic journey of discovery into the heart of a vast and contested Australian wilderness. John Blay laces up his walking boots and goes bush to explore Australia’s rugged south east forests – stretching from Canberra to the coast and on to Wilsons Promontory – in a great circle from h ...Show more
An Australian food adventure, from the stark beauty of Tasmania due north through red earth to the Gulf of Carpentaria. This is award-winning chef James Viles' photographic journal of his road trip due north, from Tasmania to the Gulf of Carpentaria. His focus is real food, where it comes from, how it' ...Show more
Now in its fourth edition, Camping around Australia has become the go-to guide for all recreational campers. With over 3200 campsites included across the country, particularly highlighting campsites in national parks and other green areas, the problem isn't finding somewhere to camp - it's deciding ...Show more
The full-colour guide to over 100 fantastic destinations. Includes detailed information on facilities, and covers Bondi to Springwood, Wiseman's Ferry to Royal National Park.