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Great Ocean Walk

Creator: Jiri Tibor Novak | 2003-06

Picture storybook for young readers. When a boy and his father take a walk along the beautiful wild beaches of the Great Ocean Road, they find lots of intriguing treasures. But what will they do with them?

Publisher: Lothian Children's Books

About this book
Picture storybook for young readers. When a boy and his father take a walk along the beautiful wild beaches of the Great Ocean Road, they find lots of intriguing treasures. But what will they do with them? Includes full-colour illustrations. Author has written and illustrated several titles previously, including 'Crocoroos and Kangadiles' and 'The Bird Man'.



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Great Ocean Walk, Victoria, Australia

Creator: Parks Victoria | 2007


Great Ocean Walk, Topographical Map

Creator: Meridian Maps, Parks Victoria | 2009-11


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