Selected References

Andrews, A. (1984). The Devil’s Wilderness: George Caley’s Journey to Mount Banks, 1894. Blubber Head Press, Sandy Bay Tas.

Includes full text of Caley’s journal, with commentary.

Bannerman, S.M. & Hazelton, P.A. (1990). Soil Landscapes of the Penrith 1:100,000 Sheet. Dept of Conservation and Land Management, Sydney.

Benson, D (1992) ‘The natural vegetation of the Penrith 1:100,000 map sheet’. Cunninghamia Vol. 2 (4): pp. 541-596.

Benson, D & Keith, D. (1990) ‘The natural vegetation of the Wallerawang 1:100,000 map sheet’. Cunninghamia Vol. 2 (2).
Brown, I. (2003) ‘Wild Blue: World Heritage Splendour of the Greater Blue Mountains’. Windy Cliff Press, Mount Victoria NSW.

Brownscombe, R. (2004). On Suspect Terrain: Journals of Exploration in the Blue Mountains 1795-1820. Forever Wild Press, Australia.

Includes full text of Caley’s journal, with commentary, plus journals of other colonial explorers in the Blue Mountains.

Fairley, A. (2004). Seldom Seen: Rare Plants of Greater Sydney. Reed New Holland, Frenchs Forest NSW.

Includes descriptions of rare plants, including histories of their discovery, and summary information on significant botanists.

Fairley, A. & Moore, P. (2000) Native Plants of the Sydney District: An Identification Guide. Revised edition. Kangaroo Press, East Roseville.

Geological Survey of NSW (1991). Geology of the Penrith 1:100,000 Sheet 9030. Dept of Minerals and Energy, New South Wales.

Gold, H. & Prineas, P. (1978) Colo Wilderness. Kalianna Press, Sydney.

Gold, H. & Prineas, P. (1997) Wild Places: Wilderness in Eastern New South Wales. Second edition (revised) The Colong Foundation for Wilderness Ltd, Sydney.

Herbert, C. & Helby, R. (eds) (1980). ‘A Guide to the Sydney Basin’. NSW Geol. Survey Bulletin, 26.

Hughes, G. (1969). The Story of Mount Wilson. Mount Wilson Progress Association.

Hungerford, M. (n.d.). A History of Mount Tomah, New South Wales.

Kenney, S. (2002). Mount Tomah Darug Aboriginal Connections. Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney, NSW.

Aboriginal history, stories and resource use in the Mount Tomah/Bell Range area.

King, D.P. (1993). Soil landscapes of the Wallerawang 1:100,000 sheet. Dept of Conservation and Land Management, Sydney.

Kohen, J. (1993). The Darug and their Neighbours- the traditional Aboriginal owners of the Sydney Region. Darug Link and Blacktown Historical Society, Sydney.

Macqueen, A. (1997). Back From the Brink: Blue Gum Forest and the Grose Wilderness. The Author, Springwood NSW.

Includes a more recent interpretation of Caley’s route, along with detailed history of the Grose Valley.

Morgan, H. (1958). ‘Bells Line of Road, The North Grose Route’. Royal Australian Historical Soc. Journ. 66:2.

Mosley, G. (1989) Blue Mountains for World Heritage. Colong Foundation for Wilderness, Sydney.

Mount Tomah Society (1973). Mount Tomah. The Society.

New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service (2001a) Wollemi National Park Plan of Management. The Service, Sydney.

New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service (2001c) Blue Mountains National Park Plan of Management. The Service, Sydney.

New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service (2004). Northern Journeys: Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area Touring Guide. The Service, Hurstville NSW.

Guidebook to the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area from the Bell Road area northwards.

New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service & Environment Australia (1998) The Greater Blue Mountains Area World Heritage Nomination. Unpub. report, The Service and Environment Australia.

Webb, J. (1995). George Caley, 19 th Century Naturalist. Surrey Beatty & Sons, Chipping Norton NSW.
Detailed biography.