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Viewing Entry - Black water prawning (S13580)
by Smithwick, William.

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Overview

TitleBlack water prawning : drag netting in the Swan River
Author / Responsible partySmithwick, William.
CollectionNonfiction
GenreHistory.
TopicsHistory. Biography. Swan River Region (W.A.) -- Social life and customs. Swan River Region (W.A.) -- History. Swan River (W.A.) -- Environmental conditions.
RestrictionsYes
Intended AudienceAdult
PublisherVisAbility Ltd.
Published20022019

Summary

This is a story about two men and a river. The river is not just a body of water; it is a fragile marine eco-system that connects the Perth hills to Fremantle Harbour and the Indian Ocean. The Swan River and its tributaries are to Perth what the harbour is to Sydney. It is the heart and definitive geographic feature that defines not only the shape of the West Australian capital but also its character.

Additional Information

descriptiondata
System control numberS13580
Original Print PublisherBalga, W.A. : Arts Naked Publications, 2011.
NarratorNarrated by Jim Limerick and Recorded by Caroline Pembroke.
Narrator NameNarrated by Jim Limerick and Recorded by Caroline Pembroke.
Participant or performer noteNarrated by Jim Limerick and Recorded by Caroline Pembroke.
Narrators GenderMale narrator