Wonder by Sophie Cunningham | Hardie Grant Publishing

Wonder 175 Years of the Royal Botanic Gardens

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They sit in the physical and emotional heart of our city, and have done so for 175 years. Most of us have spent time there, and they mean different things to each of us. The Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne have been a place of calm, a site for reflection, creative inspiration, discovery, romance and even refuge. Anyone who has visited has a story. Now a range of these stories from Victorians from many fields is gathered in the lavish publication Wonder: 175 Years of Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria
 
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ISBN:

9781743798058

Format:

Hardback

Pages:

264

Dimensions:

29cm x 24cm

RRP:

$80.00

Category:

Home and Interiors

Publisher:

Hardie Grant Media

Published:

29 September 2021

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Sophie Cunningham

Sophie Cunningham AM is the author of six books, including City of Trees – Essays on life, death and the need for a forest; Warning – The story of Cyclone Tracy; Melbourne; Bird; and Geography. She is also editor of the collection Fire, Flood, Plague: Australian writers respond to 2020. Sophie’s former roles include as a book publisher and editor, chair of the Literature Board of

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Peter Wilmoth

Peter Wilmoth is a well-known newspaper and magazine feature writer whose work appeared in The Age for many years and is now published in Good Weekend magazine. Among his books are the co-written memoirs of Cadel Evans, Bud Tingwell and James Hird. He is a judge in the features category of the Quill Awards recognising excellence in journalism.