*Apart from some famous and classic books, a book has its time and runs its course in bookshops. The Only Woman at Gallipoli probably had its time in 2015 and 2016, and so the stockists listed below may not all be stockists, and might have very few copies left on their shelves.
Perhaps the best thing to do to get a copy of the book is to go to the Contact section, and talk to the author. You will end up with a signed copy at probably a lesser price than other sources!
Collins Booksellers : Ballarat (Bridge St. Mall), Ballarat (222 Sturt St.), Echuca, Sale, Shepparton, Traralgon, Warrnambool
Dymocks : 'The Pines' (East Doncaster), Geelong, Werribee, Bendigo
Readings : Carlton
Book Barn, and Rosebud Book Barn, Aesop's Attic (Kyneton), Beaumaris Books, Turn The Page (Cowes), Hyland’s
Bookshop (Melbourne CBD), Ironbird Bookshop (Port Fairy), Jeffreys Books (Malvern), Reader's Emporium (Traralgon), Stoneman's Bookroom (Castlemaine), The Novel Idea (Toorak Village), Warrnambool Books.
Regimental Books (online seller - see www.regimental-books.com.au)
Australian War Memorial Bookshop
The Bookshop, Smith St. Mall, Darwin
Blackwell's Bookshop, Oxford, England
The book can be purchased through AMAZON (the U.S. or the UK site) or from the websites of most of the bookshops listed above. Other vendor sites come up when you search the book title, but they are middle-men who slow the process by sourcing from Amazon.