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 Australian Non-Fiction

From Andrew Chapman, the best-selling author of Woolsheds, comes a stunning new photographic book exploring the world around the sheds, the shearers, the roustabouts, the dogs, the dunnies and the sheds themselves.

Around the Sheds
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