In this issue - Australian Country issue 21.6
This iissue we’ve taken a broad swoop across the country to visit many fascinating people and places for your reading pleasure. We start in blink-and-you’ll-miss-it Natte Yallock in the Victorian Pyrenees, where artist Lin Van Hek and her partner, singer/songwriter and poet Joe Dolce have turned a deconsecrated church into a colourful creative retreat. Then we venture to the other end of the spectrum in the Western District, where Tim and Jane Fraser are gradually restoring the splendid 1905 bluestone homestead at Yalla-y-Poora. Then we catch up with an old AC friend, Vicki Dreier at her holiday house at Halls Gap in the Grampians. In Albury we meet up with teacher Kathy Rupp and learn about her passion for all things French while at the other end of NSW at Murwillumbah in the Tweed Valley we visit a lovely tropical hideaway curated by serial renovator Jane Rennie-Hynes. Our garden feature comes from Birdwood in the Adelaide Hills, our fashion feature welcomes spring and our travel story heads to the NSW Central West.