Banjo Paterson lived in the city for most of his life, yet he became wildly famous in the colonies for the poems and stories he wrote about life in the Australian outback. The stories he created about the lives and struggles of bushmen, shearers and drovers in rural farm country struck a chord with Australians.
In these seven specially selected short stories you will be able to know and appreciate the universe of this important Australian author.
The Merino Sheep
Concerning a Steeplechase Rider
Three Elephant Power
The Amateur Gardener