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Price: $35.00
Format: Paperback / softback
ISBN13: 9781925368789
Published: December 2018

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In the bestselling tradition of Peter Ackroyd's The Thames, a celebration of one of the world's great waterways.

Everyone knows Sydney Harbour. At least, we think we do.

Everyone can see the harbour, whether we have ever been to Sydney or not. By as little as a word or two, the harbour floats into our mind's eye. The Bridge. The Opera House. Fireworks on New Year's Eve. When we see those images, we feel a sense of belonging. No matter who we are or where we're from, we see the harbour and we feel good.

In this beautiful, authoritative and meditative journey, Scott Bevan takes us from cove to cove, by kayak, yacht and barge to gather the harbour's stories, past and present, from boat builders, ship captains and fishermen to artists, divers, historians and environmentalists, from signs of ancient life to the submarine invasion by the Japanese and the natural beauty that inspires people every day.

This is the ultimate story of Sydney Harbour - a city's heart and a country's soul.


`The finest harbour deserves the finest book ... A colourful, fascinating and enduring account of the greatest waterway in the hemisphere.' Simon Winchester

`This book is a joy to read. And essential for anyone who loves Sydney Harbour ... And who doesn't?' Ken Done

`A beautiful mosaic of space through time, covering art, architecture, biography and history, with a sprinkling of memoir.' Sydney Morning Herald

'For the lover of history, adventure and meticulous research, delivered with a punch.' Courier Mail

Book details and technical specifications

Format: Paperback / softback
ISBN13: 9781925368789
Published: December 2018

Number of pages: 656
Width: 234 mm
Height: 153 mm
Depth: not specified

Publisher: Simon & Schuster Australia

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