Volume 1: Preface; Part I. Journey in Search of the Kindur, in 1831-2: 1. A bushranger's story; 2. Situation of Mr. Oxley's camp on the Peel; 3. Fires in the Bush; 4. Change the route to trace the course of the Gwydir; 5. Excursion down the Karaula; 6. Proposed movements; Meteorological journal; Appendix. Volume 2: Part II. Expedition to the Rivers Darling and Murray, in the Year 1836: 1. Route proposed; 2. Continue the journey; 3. North arm of the Lachlan; 4. The Murrumbidgee compared with other rivers; 5. New and remarkable shrub; 6. Return along the bank of the Murray; 7. Exploring through a fog; 8. The party quits the Murray; 9. Plains of stiff clay; 10. Cross various rivulets; 11. Leave the Glenelg and travel eastward; 12. Parting of the widow and her child; 13. Continue through a level forest country; 14. Agreeable travelling; 15. Geological specimens collected; Appendix.
A fascinating, illustrated journal of exploration, first published in 1838, describing the landscapes and peoples of the Australian interior.