World Waterfall Database
Book Review

Australian Caves, Cliffs, and Waterfalls

Barrett, Charles (author)

Georgian House, 1944
Edition 1
Format Hard Cover
Print Style Black and White
Book Type Reference
Page Count 127
In Print? No
Picture quality (4)
Picture Quantity (1)
Accuracy of Content (3)
Thoroughness of Content (1)
Production Value (4)

Reviewed by Dean Goss

This small hardcover book only dedicates 7 of its 126 pages to waterfalls. It briefly mentions a few of the more famous Australian waterfalls. The few photos are very nicely printed high quality black and white photos. The book shows Bridal Veil Falls (on Mt. Dromedary), Tully Falls, Barron Falls (from the base, pretty impressively I might add...), Katoomba Falls, MacKenzie Falls, Steavenson Falls, Morans Falls, and Russell Falls. If you are curious about Australian Caves, this book is the real deal.

The Bottom Line: It's a collectible, but doesn't have any real value beyond that.

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