Self Published, Swanbourne, Western Australia, 1991. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good.
No Jacket. Various (illustrator). First Edition. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 700 g; 252 pages,
Bound in photographic paperback binding. Illustrated throughout with historical photographs and drawings, mainly reproduced in black-and-white, and contemporary colour photography. Double page end page maps, the book shows no signs of damage. An area of Australia greater in size and Great Britain or New Zealand, with only 23,000 people.
The Kimberley region of North Western Australia is a land of grandeur, extremes and unexpected danger, from the crocodiles of the salt inlets to the parched deserts, as well as ancient indigenous rock paintings, the unearthed diamonds of the Argyle Mine and vast tracts of grazing properties