Times of Change chronicles in enthralling detail the European settlement of Caloundra City and is supported by over 200 historical images, many of which have never before been published. The reader can follow the development of the region from the time James Cook and Matthew Flinders chartered the shores, to the early days of pioneer timber-getters, to farming and grazing on the flats and in the hinterland, to the tourist Mecca that the region has become today. This is a stunning record of the history of the Shire and the intrepid explorers and courageous settlers who established and developed this beautiful part of Queensland.
The aim of this photographic chronicle is to illustrate Caloundra City’s diversity and richness, from pre-European times through to the early 21st Century. It offers a record of major events, with glimpses into the lives of the Indigenous peoples and early European settlers, their descendants and newcomers, on the City’s coast and ranges 100 kilometres north of Brisbane.
Available in both paperback and hardback the RRP is Hardback $40.00 and paperback $30.00 with P & H being around $12.00 within Australia owing to the size of the book which is in A4 format.