Victorian farmers Dave and Connie Northey emerged from devastating bushfires with a new direction for their farm.
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For the latest issue of Australian Country, we’ve travelled the highways and byways. We headed to Mildura on the mighty Murray where we visited style guru Sue Clohesy. We were also lucky to attend a packing shed lunch showcasing the new varieties of table grapes that are emerging on the greengrocers’ shelves. Plus we took a step back to colonial Tasmania by visiting Brickendon. Click on the cover for more.
Tasmanian author Rachael Treasure loves her kids more than life itself, but a deep commitment to the land comes a pretty close second.Read more
A century-old Queenslander has been given a new lease on life in Brisbane’s northern suburbs.Read more
The old truism that you never know what’s around the corner couldn’t be more apt than it has proven for lavender farmers Robert and Jennifer Ravens.Read more
No detail has been overlooked in the stunning French provincial makeover of this exclusive retreat in the NSW Blue Mountains.Read more
North east Tasmania, with Launceston at its heart and the Tamar Valley as its main artery, is a region of exceptional vitality, inspired by a cool climate that produces fabulous food, first class wines and great hospitality.Read more
If life gives Alex Elliott-Howery lemons, she salts and preserves them, or makes marmalade, or perhaps lemon cordial. One thing is for sure, however, nothing will go to waste.Read more
If you’ve ever wondered what life was like for the landed gentry in colonial days, a visit to Woolmers Estate reveals all.Read more
There are many strings to craftsman and wood turner Geoff Welham’s bow, though in most cases they come in groups of 26 to 36 − the number of strings required to make a Celtic or para-Celtic harp.Read more