Front Cover
Footprint Handbooks, 2004 - Travel - 929 pages
0 Reviews
Footprint travel guides began with the South American Handbook, the longest-running guidebook in the English language. Now over 90 guides cover more than 150 of the world's most exciting destinations. With colorful highlight maps that pinpoint the best attractions, 'Footprint Australia' is a guide to Down Under, from the outback to nightlife in Sydney. This guide is jam-packed with complete listings on a range of destinations and events - the Sydney Opera House, Aboriginal art museums, Gay Mardi Gras, Australian wine country, the Great Barrier Reef, and more. It provides suggestions for picnic and BBQ spots, detailed coverage of the cities and rural Australia, and many suggestions for outdoor activities, including recommendations for the best places to surf, scuba dive, hike, camp, and observe wildlife.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

About the author (2004)

West Australian Katrina O'Brien works as an editor in Sydney and has contributed to Footprint's West Coast Australia guide since it began.
Andrew Swaffer has had various jobs in publishing and now juggles roles as co-author of Footprint West Australia with a marketing postion with Footprint's Australian distributors in Sydney.

Katrina O'Brien has been a journalist for 15 years and was most recently a contributing editor at "B" magazine, where she covered celebrity interviews, health, and women's issues.

This Scotsman has two major passions in life: wildlife and travel. After gaining a diploma in wildlife illustration and photography in Wales in1986, Darroch took up the position of assistant manager at a wildlife rehabilitation centre in Scotland. This unusual work took him to many far away places, including Saudi Arabia during the Gulf War Eco-disaster in 1991 and eventually to New Zealand, where he emigrated in 1992. There he acted as an oiled wildlife consultant to the government and in 1996 published his first book 'Creatures', an account of his wildlife encounters. Now Darroch has expanded his work to include both travel and nature.

Bibliographic information