100 Things To See On Australia’s Coral Coast, 100 Things to See in Tropical North Queensland and 100 Things To See In The Kimberley are guides to the best of Western Australia’s coral-rich coastline north of Perth, Queensland’s far north and Great Barrier Reef, and Western Australia’s wild north-west according to people who live there. These remarkable parts of Australia are home to the oldest rainforest on earth, the world’s largest living organism, Australia’s largest in-shore reef system and six world heritage sites … and that’s just the beginning.
In one guide, author and travel journalist Catherine Lawson, along with partner and photographer, David Bristow, take anyone wanting to explore TNQ like a local into the places off the regular tourist trails. Both have spent more than 20 years travelling their backyard by foot, 4WD, train, bike and their sailing yacht, Storyteller. In the other, local tour guide Scotty Connell takes readers through the best parts of his backyard and away from the tourist traps in Western Australia’s Kimberley region. In our newest guide, a collection of locals and travellers curate the best bits of Western Australia’s coastline between Lancelin and Port Samson, including the Pilbara and Karijini National Park.
Inside, you’ll find 300 of the best places and things to see in Western Australia and northern Queensland – from dream-like swimming holes to undisturbed rock-art galleries and outback adventures you’ll never forget.
The 100 Things To See Triple Pack is currently in pre-sale. All three books will ship together as a pack, once 100 Things To See On Australia’s Coral Coast lands in Australia, most likely in mid-late September (presuming there are no other COVID-related delays).