Australian Bushcraft by Richard Graves
A Guide to survival and Camping
There are so many people who have perished in the Australian bush, from the early explorers to the present, who might have survived had they had the necessary survival skills. Australian Bushcraft explains how to make use of natural materials for both survival and pleasure. It describes many of the skills used by primitive man and adds to these skills necessary for survival today. If you planning to explore the Australian Bush whether it'll be hiking or camping this book will expand your knowledge and give you lots of new ideas to enjoy your adventure.
About the Author
Richard Graves (RIP) wrote this book immediately after World War II. Graves had initiated and led the Australian Jungle Rescue Detachment, which had been assigned to the Far East United States Air Force. During his time in service, his detachment arrived out more than 300 rescue missions, most of which were in difficult enemy territory. They never failed a mission nor lost a man.
- Includes additional pictured Illustrations for rope tying, hunting and more
- Building Diagrams for Shelters
- Includes information on Ropes & cords, knots, Huts and Thatching, Camp craft, Fire making, Animal Habits, Travel & Weather and more!
- Dimensions: 13.5cm x 21.5cm x 1.5cm
- Audience: General
- Format: Paperback
- Language: English
- Number Of Pages: 256
- Published: 23rd July 2019
- Publisher: New Holland Publishers
- Weight: 396 grams