In this issue - Australian Country issue 24.2
In this issue, we’ve travelled far and wide in search of some great stories for your reading pleasure. We headed to the Monaro region of NSW to visit artist Lucy Culliton with her menagerie of rescue pets and visited Jim and Libby Litchfield at Hazeldean, the property that has been in Jim’s family since the early 1860s.
In South Australia, we travelled to the south-east to meet Karren and John Hunt at the home they have created at Bordertown.
We also ventured to Esperance on WA’s southern coast where author Fleur McDonald farms, writes and inspires a charity to addresses the very serious issue of domestic violence.
We’ve also been to the NSW Southern Highlands to visit the garden that inspires the work of botanical artist Elaine Musgrave and her horticulturalist husband, Les and to Canowindra to see the quirky home Jackie Yeo has built behind her landmark emporium, Finns Store.
We’ve fashion for the cooler months and our travel story focuses on Tasmania’s beautiful Huon Valley6.
So grab your copy of Australian Country 24.2 today!