My book ‘Those Dry Stone Walls’ is now out of print. Wakefield Press and I have decided that rather than go to a fourth reprint I should write a second edition – a lot has happened since 2012 and there is a much more to say about this otherwise obscure topic. I have now completed this and delivered it to the publisher on 4 November (WhooHoo!)
Contact me and I will notify you when it’s available (second half of 2022), hoping that you are still interested. Should be good!
11 Hakea Walk, ALDINGA 5173
0417 895 249
Here’s what we say:
This book tells a fascinating story about the history, culture and landscape of South Australia and the significant role that dry stone walls play in it. The Dry Stone Walls Association of Australia supports efforts such as the author’s to give wider recognition to the importance of dry stone walls in the opening up of rural land by explorers, pastoralists and miners. This book reveals, through photographs and impeccable research, why dry stone walls are such an enduring and integral part of Australia’s heritage.
(Bruce Munday is Journal Editor and Committee Member of DSWAA)