Women Of The Outback Maree was left with three small daughters when her husband and son were killed in a light plane smash Cheryl lives in such a remote area she had to winch herself and her three children across the Mur

  • Title: Women Of The Outback
  • Author: Sue Williams
  • ISBN: 9780718104948
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Maree was left with three small daughters when her husband and son were killed in a light plane smash Cheryl lives in such a remote area, she had to winch herself and her three children across the Murray River to get the eldest to school Alice admits she couldn t even tell a cow from a bull when she first went to live in the outback These women are only some of the twelMaree was left with three small daughters when her husband and son were killed in a light plane smash Cheryl lives in such a remote area, she had to winch herself and her three children across the Murray River to get the eldest to school Alice admits she couldn t even tell a cow from a bull when she first went to live in the outback These women are only some of the twelve extraordinary women who have overcome incredible hardships to survive and thrive in some of the most extremely remote parts of Australia Sue Williams has uncovered some remarkable subjects in this book From high profile businesswomen to everyday heroes, these women will inspire and delight.

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    One thought on “Women Of The Outback”

    1. An interesting collection of stories about women who sound like real badasses. However, the story telling is so white it really detracted from the overall book for me. The constant description of the landscape as harsh, barren and inhospitable - even though the women themselves didn't find it that way, and even when the women were Aboriginal and that is their country being described so negatively - was annoying. And even though it wasn't a complete whitewash - there were two Aboriginal women inc [...]

    2. This was an amazing book, I thoroughly enjoyed it and it was so interesting to hear about the trials, tribulations and the ability to just get on with life in not so pleasant conditions. Must buy this one!This book is back in my possession and I am enjoying reading it as much as the first time.

    3. I bought this as a book when we were in Australia this past January and read it when we returned home. It was a very interesting collection of stories on the women of the outback. She also included pictures. I thought this was a great subject, but did find her writing not as professional as I expected. However, she covered her subjects well. If you are at all interested in Australia and the women living in challenging climate and terrain, it's well worth the time. I passed my copy on to a friend [...]

    4. Touching selection of stories about amazing Aussie women who pioneered life in the outback of Austrlaia overcoming many challenges at time. very inspiring and a good read to understand their way of life.

    5. What an anmazing book of true stories about outback women working hard to survive in the harshest of territories, and succeeding to such great heights. Very inspirational.

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