The Michalski family has exchanged the bright lights of Asia for the starry skies of Stanthorpe and hectic corporate life for hosting visitors at their rural retreat.

Richard and Lee-Anne Murdoch continue a sheep-grazing tradition on Tuckokcowie station that dates back to the oldest farms on South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula.

Alice and Andrew Duncan took on a 159-year history and a significant building project when they moved to Hughes Park in the heart of the Clare Valley wine country

Jane Cowper has transformed her home on acreage in the NSW central-west into the perfect haven for her family, friends and visitors.

Queensland couple Simone and Bruce Williams have found their forever home in the lush countryside of the Currumbin Valley Gold Coast hinterland

This welcoming and hospitable couple has created a party central home away from home with their lakeside house close to the national capital.

The garden at Noojee Lea has grown through the years thanks to the vision of the Curran family and the input of many talented designers and plants people.

Tommy Jeffs is a leading light in the community, a tireless hospitality provider, spreader of goodwill and happiness and an extraordinary fundraiser

The Northern Territory Top End provides a kaleidoscope of natural spectacles and countless means for experiencing them.

Koonowla’s history dates back almost to the first settlement of South Australia’s Clare Valley and Andrew Michaels is proud to be the current custodian.

Jane Phillips and Dave Sherriff are living the best of both worlds, transforming two homes on South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula.

As student Zoe Mavromatis enters her final year of high school, she is well on the way to a distinguished life and career.

The Festa family may be greenhorns when it comes to farming, but they’re learning fast and loving life in the Scenic Rim.

Greg and Julianne Pulford have achieved an enviable creative work/life balance in the Clare Valley, the heartland of Australian Riesling

Many layers of history are beautifully woven into the buildings and grounds of Vermont in the Millthorpe district of central-western NSW.