A Wild Discovery Guide
The Shark Bay-Ningaloo Coast extends 600km from north to south and the Outback Pathways cover more than 3000km of Outback Roads.
Text describes the natural history, geology and cultural history of the region and is supported by lots of excellent colour photographs.
The Outback Pathways describes three self-drive routes including the Wool Wagon Pathway, Kingsford-Smith Mail Run and Miner's Pathway.
There are fourteen pages of detailed maps taken from the popular WA Government Streetsmart series of touring maps.
Plants and Animals chapters provide colour photographs of species found in the area in a 'field-guide' format to make identification easy while travelling around and to provide some background information on the amazing diversity of wildlife which make this part of Australia their home.