Australian Country Magazine Issue 24.6
In this issue.
- Character study, Moree artist Nick Osmond captures the Australian identity with a broad brush and a deep connection to the bush
- A bush Christmas, Long-time-locals, visitors and newcomers to Goondiwindi all agree there's much to celebrate in the small Queensland town
- Beauty in the best, The Pearson family is determine to products the highest-quality organic beef on their Queensland properties
- Sunsets, style and serenity, Queensland's Scenic Rim combines urban comforts with spectacular mountain scenery
- And so much more!
They say it takes a village to raise a child and the same may be said for a magazine, though perhaps more like a small country town. So many people have contributed to this issue, as we’ve had to be extra nimble gathering content during the lockdowns we’ve all been negotiating. I’ve called on help from new photographers and old and they’ve been extra resourceful in getting to locations and managing solo. Sincere thanks to everyone whose gone the extra mile. Photographer Ken Brass and I did manage to squeeze in a quick trip to south-east Queensland for the story about the Scenic Rim. It was a great opportunity to catch up with some old friends and make some new ones.
About Australian Country Magazine.
Australian Country is an elegant magazine published six times a year and dedicated to celebrating only the best of the Australian country lifestyle. By delving into the world of station homesteads, country cottages and rustic town houses, contemporary cuisine, antiques and collectables, travel features, artists, craftspeople, primary produce and rural industry, every edition of Australian Country provides readers with inspiration so they can capture the essence of the country lifestyle, no matter where they live.