This page will perhaps be a 'work in progress' for some time. We will be adding to, and rearranging, these entries as this site grows. For now, here is a list of some of the many websites and links which we have discovered since the beginning of this journey. There will be, of course, many, many others ~ tell us about links you have found by contacting us here.
First, a summary of material already covered in these pages of this site:
Information about The Perth Mint's commemorative Bicentenary coin is here.
An outline of the joint stamp issue, released 15 October 2013, can be found here.
Previews of artist Bill Gannon's works can be seen here.
Here is the 'pot' we have seeded, and which we hope you will help us water and grow. The groupings and headings are a guide only, and are subject to review (and rearranging of the furniture) as we see how things go. Please use the contact form for your suggestions and additions to these listings.
- Chinchilla Field Naturalists’ Club Inc.
If you want to ‘go bush’ in Leichhardt Land, contact the enthusiastic “Field Nats”!
Talks and transcripts
- Australian Geographic magazine: March 2010 issue and August 2010 issue
Two pieces by Ken Eastwood reviewing the 'cold case' of the missing German explorer.
- Leichhardt in Newcastle
Fascinating precis of Ludwig's early investigations around the lower Hunter River district.
- Russell Willis in Kakadu
We should not forget that Leichhardt and his exhausted party had to extricate themselves in the Top End.
Local Government Areas (Councils):
- Outback Spirit Tours
Spend two weeks between Cairns and Darwin, retracing highlights of Leichhardt's northern route.
- Willis’s Walkabouts – Australian Bushwalking Holidays
Explore Kakadu and the Top End as Leichhardt saw it.
Places of interest:
University of Göttingen: "Leichhardt Online"