Held annually from 2006 to 2017, the Rolf Boldrewood Literary Awards aimed to foster the writing of prose and poetry with an Australian content.
These awards honoured Rolf Boldrewood, the pen name of Thomas Browne, who during his time as police magistrate in Dubbo wrote Robbery Under Arms, one of the first major Australian novels.
The Rolf Boldrewood Literary Awards 2017 marked the final year of this competition at Macquarie Regional Library.
Old woman crazy with the snakes by Phillip M. Everett
Shazza's sheep by Tegan Van Der Linden
After the fire by Roxeena Bidgood
Montage by Val Clark
Vixens by Judy Tait
Dresses of light by Jacqueline Trott
The legend of Herman Lockwood by Paul Clarke
In the New Land by Caroline Miley
The Wall by Kat Pekin
Carpet Snake Totem by Roger Vickery
The Man with the Donkey by Jeff Guess
The Red Kangaroos of the Landsborough Highway by Jenny Pollak
The 810 Pemulwuy Express by Jenny Pollak