Mrs. Gunn’s timeless classic was first published in 1908. Newly married, Jeannie Gunn accompanies her husband to ‘The Elsey’ the huge cattle station in the Northern Territory, several hundred miles from the nearest town. She is one of the very few white women n the area and at first her presence is resented by the stockmen until her warmth and spirit win their affection and respect. A rare chronicle of pioneer life in the outback, written with moving simplicity to convey the beauty and cruelty of the land, the isolation and loneliness, and the comradeship and kindness of the early settlers. With colour stills from the film.