Australian Country Magazine Issue 251
Australian Country Magazine Issue 251
Australian Country Magazine Issue 251
Australian Country Magazine Issue 251
Australian Country Magazine Issue 251
Australian Country Magazine Issue 251
Australian Country Magazine Issue 251
Australian Country Magazine Issue 251
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Australian Country Magazine Issue 251

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In this issue.

  • Garowie grandeur, Ipswich's grand old houses including June Frank's home, Garowie, recall the glory days
  • Landscape and legend, The ancestral home of Sir hans Heysen is an art and nature lover's pilgrimage, lovingly preserved by the painters family
  • The power of pink, Western Australian farmers Jen and Rob Warburton turned their everlasting flower crop into a force for good
  • And so much more!

Welcome to the first issue for 2022. Let’s hope that it’s a less challenging one for all of us and that our lives can finally return to something resembling if not the old normal, at least a tad more regular. We’re delighted to bring you a bumper crop of stories to kick start the new year. Anabel Dean reports on her new passion for beekeeping and brings us her view on the remote wilderness of north-west Tasmania. We’ve glimpses inside some fabulous historic homes, Glenowie in the Queensland provincial city of Ipswich, Tyreel Stud in the NSW Hawkesbury Valley, and The Cedars, the former home of the late, great landscape artist, Hans Heysen. Australian rock legends Jimmy and Jane Barnes have spent their lockdown time producing a cookbook and we’re delighted to bring you an extract, plus a peak into their family life in the NSW Southern Highlands. Plus we’re excited to present our first showcase from one of the entrants in our photo competition. Oberon Wool buyer and classer Emma Gascoigne shares with us her insight into the sheds and paddocks where she works in the central-west of NSW. 

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.