Offbeat Australia : A Unique Travel Guide to Australia's Unusual and Eccentric Tourist Attractions
Are you sick of boring tourist attractions like the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House? Do you have too many photos of koalas and kangaroos? "Offbeat" Australia is a comprehensive guide to the weird and wonderful attractions that most tourists miss. David Astle has scoured the country for quirky attractions that are sure to satisfy your urge for the unusual. Check out the UFO lights at Wycliffe Well, NT, the bat hospital in Kuranda, Qld, or the Spike Milligan festival in Woy Woy, NSW. Sorted by type of attraction and location, "Offbeat Australia" is the ultimate travel guide to the real Australia.
- Paperback | 432 pages
- 128 x 196 x 32mm | 439.98g
- 31 Jul 2008
- Penguin Books Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
About David Astle
David Astle is the author of two novels - Marzipan Plan (1986) and The Book of Miles (1997). His shorter fiction has appeared in such places as Picador New Writing, Behind The Front Fence and Heatwave; and his feature articles in Sunday Life and Inside Sport. He co-wrote One Down, One Missing, an inside account of the hunt for the killers of two policemen, which was published in 2003. He lives in Melbourne, composes cryptic crosswords, and can't hit the road without his family for another two years.