Churchill Press is a boutique publisher based in Subiaco, Western Australia, specialising in limited-edition coffee table books.
The key ingredients to a Churchill Press production are evocative photography, understated and contemporary design, engaging text and premium print finish.
We have published a number of titles in tourism, food and wine, including the popular First Impressions & Lasting Images series and Flavours of WA series.
Churchill Press helps businesses celebrate their milestones and success stories, creating corporate histories for the likes of SCEE, Oak Valley Truffles, PIC and Watershed Wines. We also documented the career of one of the world’s most celebrated golf course architects in the comprehensive Spirit, Harmony & Challenge: 18 Great Walks created by Robert Trent Jones Jr.
Our keen interest in local history inspired Albany at the Dawn of the ANZAC Legend and The Doctor Declares: Memorable Moments at the WACA Ground.
Since 2019, we have been working closely with the Bradman Foundation & Museum to publish a range of cricket books which celebrate the Museum’s collection and present its values of education and preservation to broad audiences – from the groundbreaking Clearing Boundaries: The Rise of Australian Women’s Cricket to the engaging Cricket – The Aussie Way! with Justin Langer.