Physical description

Paperback. Front cover has a large photograph of a lyrebird in full song. Along the lower edge of the front cover are four photographs; a Spotted March frog, the Gould Memorial Drive, a river and a wombat. Back cover has a photograph of the Cathedral Range at dawn.

Publication type

non-fiction

Inscriptions & markings

The Taungurung (Daung Wurrung) are the original people of the Upper Goulburn Valley and the area that we know as Murrindindi. Before white settlement it was known as Murrumdoorandi by the local indigenous people translating as: Place of Mist and Mountains./ Many Taungurung People still live in their country and care for it. They are a valuable source of knowledge and cultural information and continue to welcome all who respect their culture and values./ My wife and I moved to Marysville around 15 years ago. We were drawn by the diversity of the natural environment in this region and I have been exploring and photographing these places ever since./ I hope as you look through the photographs in this book the Murrumdoorandi inspires you as it has me.
Stamp of the Marysville & District/ Historical Society Inc/ P.O. Box 22/ Marysville 3779

Summary

A book of photographs of natural attractions, flora and fauna taken in and around the Murrindindi Shire.