Victorian farmers Dave and Connie Northey emerged from devastating bushfires with a new direction for their farm.
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For this issue, we’ve again scoured the countryside and caught up with some fascinating people and places. We visit the historic home and garden of Withycombe in the NSW Blue Mountains, an old butter factory in the Adelaide Hills and the magnificent Harrow homestead on Queensland’s Darling Downs. While in London recently we visited Aussie-born-and-bred Ric Glenn in his domain and the gardens of the Cadogan Estate.
For our new issue of Australian Country, we’ve again scoured the countryside and caught up with some fascinating people and places.Read more
A young Brisbane family has given a grand old home a new lease on life.Read more
The farmers who grow Sun World table grapes are part of a mission to provide Australian consumers with a grape for every season and reason.Read more
The town of Mudgee in the NSW Mid-West provides a feast for the senses in a very civilised, bucolic setting.Read more
The pumpkin is a versatile vegetable whose flesh, skin and seeds have been used over many centuries to create food, medicine, mats and, of course, jack-o’-lanterns.Read more
They might take in city rather than rural views from their verandah, but this family remains country at heart.Read more
Markdale Station in the NSW Southern Tablelands has evolved under the benevolent hands of three generations of the polo-loving Ashton family.Read more
Anna and John Mahy took a bottle of wine, a world atlas and a pin and somehow ended up teaching homestead skills on New Zealand’s south island.Read more