Wilderness Trek

Sterl and Red, two American cowboys, arrive in Australia in a sailing ship and 'find the country as strange and fascinating as did the American troops during the war'.
Joining drovers on the greatest trek in Australian history – eight thousand cattle three thousand miles across the Never-never to the Kimberleys – Sperl realises they are in for the adventure of their lives: 'Why man, the drive is impossible...You Australians don't lack nerve.'

Publisher: E C Harris. First Australian edition
Edition: First Edition
Place Published: Melbourne
Owner signature. Extremities darkened. Good in dustwrapper.


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