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Our limited edition coffee table book Wilderness – Celebrating Australia’s protected places is filled with breathtaking photographs of Australia's majestic, saved landscapes.
The book celebrates the places Wilderness Society has campaigned to protect for over 40 years, including Kakadu, the Daintree rainforest, the Kimberley—and of course, the mighty Franklin river.
Featuring some of Australia's greatest landscape and nature photographers. Plus rarely seen archival photos and stories.
The special edition includes a DVD with two films:
Franklin Blockade Election Film, 1983.
Directed and edited by Roger Scholes. Many copies of this film were made and shown to audiences around Australia in the run-up to the federal election in March 1983.
Gordon Splits, 1982.
In this film wilderness photographer Peter Dombrovskis makes his first visit to the Gordon Splits. Director, camera and editor, Michael Cordell. Second camera Chris Noone, Photographer Peter Dombrovskis.
This is the ultimate gift for anyone who has an interest in Australia's nature and the history of the environmental movement. For anyone who was at the Franklin protests (or wishes they were), this is a very limited edition keepsake and reference.
The good stuff
- Money raised funds our ongoing work to protect Tasmania's wild places
- Paper certified by the Forest Stewardship Council
- Comes in a beautiful box packaging
- Ethically produced
- Limited edition
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- 30cm x 30cm hardcover