• How to Use a Walking Stick

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    How to Use a Walking Stick
    We have been selling our wooden walking sticks for many years during which time they have remained one of our most popular items because of their strong construction using sturdy spigot joints, their choice of handle - T-bar or knob - and of course the range of beautiful native timbers used in their making. Greg recently had an ankle reconstruction and had to use...
  • Australian Handmade Wooden Walking Sticks Built to Last

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    Australian Handmade Wooden Walking Sticks Built to Last
       Click here to view our range of Walking Sticks On Lake Mungo, part of the fossil Willandra Lakes district of NSW, there are a collection of footprints dated at around 20,000 years old, the largest collection of Pleistocene footprints in the world. There are tracks of women and children and overlaying them, the tracks of three men, running very fast, probably in pursuit...
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