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March 2014 Australia & New Zealand Bestsellers:

  1. Tracks
    by Robin Davidson
  2. Hugo Chavez: Socialist for the Twenty-First Century
    by Mike Gonzalez
  3. Jim Murray's Whiskey Bible 2014
    by Jim Murray
  4. The King in Yellow
    by Robert W. Chambers
  5. The Cuckoo's Calling
    by Robert Galbraith
  6. The Book Thief
    by Markus Zusak
  7. Shantaram
    by Gregory David Roberts
  8. Divergent
    by Veronica Roth
  9. The Rosie Project
    by Graeme Simsion
  10. A Tap on the Window
    by Linwood Barclay
Collectable Tim Winton

From novels and short stories to plays and children's books, four-time Miles Franklin Award-winner Tim Winton has contributed a vast selection of books to the literary world. Browse our selection of collectable books signed by the beloved author.

Cloudstreet by Tim Winton
Dirt Music by Tim Winton
The Riders by Tim Winton
Breath by Tim Winton
Eyrie by Tim Winton

Vintage Travel Posters

Vintage travel posters of Australia

The first half of the 20th century was a golden time for travel. Travel agencies and tourism boards beckoned eager travelers to far-off and exotic destinations, often by way of gorgeous, full-colour posters advertising the charms of a particular place.

The Man Who Invented Vegemite

The Man Who Invented Vegemite by Jamie Callister

Vegemite is certianly an enduring cultural icon. But how did this pungent, salty black paste come to be created? Jamie Callister's book is a must read for anyone interested in remarkable culinary stories.

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Read: A World of Other People

A World of Other People by Peter Carroll

Peter Carroll is no stranger to literary success. His is delicate yet unflinching piece of historical fiction that captures quiet romance in the midst of great unrest.

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Praise for Michelle de Krester

Questions of Travel by Michelle de Kretser

Michelle de Kretser wove literary gold with her fourth book, Questions of Travel. The novel was awarded the 2013 Miles Franklin Award, ALS Gold Medal and Prime Minister Literary Award and is a definite must-read.