Outback Australia: a Lonely Planet Australia guide

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Lonely Planet, Oct 1, 1994 - Travel - 580 pages
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New addition to the 'Australia Guide' series, this comprehensive guide to the outback covers the Central Deserts, the South, North-West, the Tropics and the Goldfields. Provides details on accommodation, things to see and do, and transport, with a full description of major routes. Covers cultural and historical background on Aboriginal and white societies and includes a colour section on Aboriginal art. Also provides 59 maps, a preparation checklist, a glossary and index.

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O'Byrne was born in South Australia.

Williams graduated from the University of Missouri with a journalism degree. He has won awards writing about golf, tennis and hockey as a senior writer for Newsday.

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