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Diagrams from Einstein's Relativity
HINCHINBROOK ISLAND is Australia's most rugged tropical island. This huge wilderness stretches for 35 kilometres along the north Queensland
coast between the towns of Ingham and Cardwell and soars to heights of over 1100 metres just a short distance inland from its pristine
tropical beaches. This World Heritage Area paradise attracts visitors from around the world who enjoy their stay exploring the myriad
coastal bays or testing their climbing skills on the island's highest peak, Mount Bowen and its spectacular satellite peak, the Thumb.
This DVD shows why Hinchinbrook is one of Australia's most spectacular landscapes.
THREE GREAT PROGRAMS:
A Haven called Hinchinbrook (6:05)
(A spectacular visual portrayal of Hinchinbrook's coastal and mountain landscapes)
The Mystique of Hinchinbrook (46:45)
(The Hinchinbrook wilderness mountains experience)
Climb to the Clouds (20:10)
(The 1975 ascent of the Thumb's South East Ridge)
South East Queensland (AUD$14.95)
(DVD, 74 minutes, 190x130mm, 0.20 kg, 2017
The Mystique of Hinchinbrook DVD (AUD$14.95)
(DVD, 72 minutes, 190x130mm, 0.20 kg, 2007
Mount Bowen, Hinchinbrook Island (Qld)
The Wilderness Experience DVD Series Package (AUD$49.95)
This 7 Disk Package comprising Volumes 1 to 7 covers the major wilderness
landscapes of Australia
(7 DVDs, 6.25 hours, 190x130mm, 0.70 kg
This disk package mostly comprises short documentaries of around 5 to 10 minutes duration put to music. As well, there are several longer traditional documentaries. Regions covered in this package include Hinchinbrook Island, the Glasshouse Mountains, the Scenic Rim, the Warrumbungles, Lord Howe Island, the Snowy Mountains, the Budawang Range, Victorian Alps, Wilson's Promontory, Cradle Mountain, South West Tasmania, Federation Peak, the Flinders Ranges, the Red Centre, the Pilbara, North West Cape, Kakadu, Lawn Hill Gorge and more.
Individual DVDs are also available as a special order. Please contact us by email.
SOUTH-EAST QUEENSLAND is endowed with an immense variety of natural bushland. No other region of Australia has such a diverse range of wilderness scenery in such close proximity—from the vast sandy regions of Fraser, Bribie, Moreton and Stradbroke Islands to the rainforests of the Scenic Rim at Springbrook and Lamington, the rocky peaks of Mount Barney, the granite outcrops of Girraween south of Stanthorpe and the vertical spires of the Glasshouse Mountains. Nearly every major Australian wilderness type is represented here. This DVD showcases the spectacular and wild landscapes of this region. Even Mount Coot-tha, a few kilometres from the centre of Brisbane, gets a mention.