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Blackgum Distribution Services currently deals in sales of a variety of Tasmanian products including, but not limited to: Books (covering a wide variety of topics and formats), CD's, DVD's, Postcards, Gift Cards, Maps, Magazines and much more.

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Featured Titles Last updated: Tuesday, 14th January 2020
James Hardy Vaux's 1819 Dictionary of Criminal Slang
In the early 1800s magistrates in the Australian colonies were often frustrated by the language used by reoffending convicts to disguise their crimin... more
 
Australian Convict Recipe Book 2019 Printing
Includes 150 practical recipes plus historical photographs, convict rules and rations and the unabridged story of Bessie Baldwin.
 
The Commons: A Year of Growing, Cooking and Eating on Fat Pig Farm
The personal journey of one family’s joys, harvests, and challenges while living the rural dream in Tasmania, Australia, captured in one volume.
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The Totem Pole 20th Anniversary Edition
The story of a man of immense determination and his unwavering acceptance of adversity.
On Friday the 13th of February 1998 a TV-sized boulder ... more
 
The Guide to Tasmanian Wildlife
“The Guide to Tasmanian Wildlife is the only comprehensive guide to identifying all 324 species of amphibians, reptiles, mammals and birds that inha... more
 
Launceston Revealed
'Launceston Revealed' takes the reader on a panoramic journey through Launceston's history: from a time when what would become Launceston was Aborigin... more
Coming Soon
The Best of Hobart and Tasmania - Due Mar 2020
The Best of Hobart and Tasmania covers everything there is to see and do in a short stay. This book will show you the best drives, best tourist must s... more
 
The Beach Wombat
Sun on the squeaky sand Sun on the roo Sun on the riverland Sun on me and...YOU! The beach is a fascinating place for a little wombat ... until the r... more
 
The Last of the Sail Whalers: Whaling off Tasmania and Southern NZ
*Publication Delayed*
When he died in 1938, Captain William McKillop was recognised as probably the last surviving master mariner who had serve... more
 
 
 
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