Kosciusko: Where the Ice-trees Burn
Tabletop Press, 1990 - Kosciusko National Park (N.S.W.) - 80 pages
Personal impressions of Mount Kosciusko are recorded through impressive colour photographs. The author first visited Australia's high country in 1959 and has lived in Australia since the early 1970s. He has written two popular books on this region.
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