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The Len Beadell Collection

by Len Beadell



ISBN:9781741107982
Format:Box Set
Book Size:264 x 181 x 12 mm (Height x Width x Depth)

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$49.99

A beautiful box-set of Len Beadell's most successful publications

Len Beadell is regarded as the 'last true Australian explorer' for opening up over 2.5 million square kilometres of rugged Australian outback. This is a beautiful box-set celebrating Len's successful publications and contains six special edition titles - Too Long In The Bush, End Of An Era, Bush Bashers, Still In The Bush, Blast The Bush and Beating About The Bush.


About the Authors

Len Beadell

Len Beadell was a surveyor, roadbuilder (some 6500 km), bushman, artist and author, responsible for opening up the last remaining isolated desert areas (some 2.5 million square kilometers) of central Australia in the 1940s and 1950s. Len is sometimes called "the last true Australian explorer".

Len Beadell

Len Beadell,who has been called the last of the true Australian explorers,was born on a farm at west Pennant Hills,NSW, in 1923.As a surveyor and road builder he has worked all over the Australian outback from Arnhem Land to the Gibson Desert.In 1958 hes was awarded the British Empire Medal for his work in building the Gunbarrel Highway across Central Australia. in 1987 he was made a Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Mining Surveyors (Aust) and the following year he was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia. Len Beadell is the author of six best- selling books.