Lonely Planet’s range of guidebooks famously encourage travellers to explore the world – but what about exploring your own backyard as well?
No matter what your budget, Lonely Planet’s Australia is the definitive guide to making the most of our big, brown land. This huge guide clocks in at over one thousand pages, and contains colour maps and images, reviews and itineraries to help you plan your ultimate Australian trip. From Bondi Beach to the Daintree – and destinations you never knew existed – let Lonely Planet take you there.
Paperback, 1112 pages.
Updated 18th edition.
Researched and written by Lonely Planet’s Charles Rawlings-Way, Meg Worby, Carolyn Bain, Celeste Brash, Kate Armstrong, Brett Atkinson, Peter Dragicevich, Anthony Ham, Paul Harding, Alan Murphy, Miriam Raphael, Benedict Walker and Steve Waters.
Covers all of Australia’s capital cities, as well as Newcastle, Launceston, the Hunter Valley, the Great Barrier Reef, the Great Ocean Road, Uluru and more.
Includes a pull-out map of Sydney, plus more than 190 maps.
Dimensions: 19.5 x 13 x 4.5cm.