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Journeys : Apr May 2011
We have a copy of each of these books to give away – to enter, write the name of the one you’d like to win, add your contact details on the back of an envelope and post to RACT Marketing, GPO Box 2271 Hobart 7001. Entries close 4 May. Quick win Bruny Island Cruises package It’s been called one of the greatest 100 trips in the world – Rob Pennicott’s sensational Br uny Island Cr uises is a four-time winner of Tasmania’s Best Tourist Attraction, among a range of other major awards. The 50-kilometre, three-hour eco-cr uise explores the w ild coast of South Br uny Island and includes close encounters w ith marine wildlife, seabirds, sea caves and some of the highest sea cliffs in the southern hemisphere. Explorers Cottages at Lunawanna are also multi-award winners in the Tasmanian Tourism Awards – Dave, Rachel, Max and Rufus have a warm welcome for guests in their comfortable, well-equipped cabins. For the bookshelf Exploring Wine Countr y Tasmania is the first book in the new Got to Go Guide series. It’s an essential road trip kit to help discer ning travellers easily nav igate and experience the best w iner ies, distilleries, food producers and culture throughout the w ine regions of Tasmania. The brainchild of Melbourne- based author Tr udie Michels, the guide is a culmination of her 20 years’ experience as an international wine, travel and food specialist. Available from selected book retailers, w ineries and food producers in Tasmania and online at w w w.gottogoguides.com. RR P: $39.95 The latest book from Tasmanian author Stephen Dando-Collins is an account of three brothers from Westbury – Viv, Ray and Ned Searle – who joined the AIF in 1914, soon after war was declared. Only one came home, a decorated hero. One brother fell at Gallipoli; another in Flanders. Former Australian Governor-General Major General Michael Jeffer y has described Crack Hardy as ‘a beautifully-scripted exposé of one family’s e xperience of war.’ The book will be launched in Canberra before Anzac Day. Travel writer Kerryn Burgess has pitched her tent at hundreds of campsites along mainland Australia’s east coast and in her new book Cool Camping she has hand-picked 60 of the best for budget-conscious campers in search of a special holiday. Kerryn’s extensive camping experience and witty campsite critiques make this a handle addition to your bookshelf, as you make plans for next summer – or maybe for an escape from the Tasmanian w inter! In most bookstores now for around $35. Our Quick Win prize is a beauty – a trip for two people from Adventure Bay with Bruny Island Cruises; and two nights’ accommodation for two at Explorers Cottages. To enter, write your contact details on the back of an envelope and mail to Quick Win, RACT Marketing, GPO Box 2271 Hobart 7001. Entries close on 4 May. In Tasmania today 46 April / May 2011
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