For this issue of Australian Country we’re looking forward to the warmer weather as we start our tour around the country with a beautiful beach house at Peregian on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.
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For this issue of Australian Country we’ve been on the road again, starting in Western Australia where we visited the wonderful chateau nestled in the vines at Fraser Gallop Estate and an amazing sensory garden created by winemaker Cathy Howard at Whicher Ridge.
For this issue of Australian Country we’re looking forward to the warmer weather as we start our tour around the country with a beautiful beach house at Peregian on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. We welcome spring by visiting a splendid garden in the NSW Southern Highlands and take a tour of a wonderful historic homestead in north-eastern Tasmania. Click here to get your copy.
For this issue, we’ve again scoured the countryside and caught up with some fascinating people and places. We visit the historic home and garden of Withycombe in the NSW Blue Mountains, an old butter factory in the Adelaide Hills and the magnificent Harrow homestead on Queensland’s Darling Downs. While in London recently we visited Aussie-born-and-bred Ric Glenn in his domain and the gardens of the Cadogan Estate.
For this issue, we’ve travelled the highways in search of great stories. In Qld, we visited a gorgeous historic homestead and from Mildura in Vic, we ventured out to the other-worldly Murray River salt mine. We went to the home of Hugh and Gendy Parry-Okeden, visited a stone home in SA’s Adelaide Hills and in Tas caught up with Launceston restaurateur Karen Burbury for the food files feature.
For the latest issue of Australian Country, we’ve travelled the highways and byways. We headed to Mildura on the mighty Murray where we visited style guru Sue Clohesy. We were also lucky to attend a packing shed lunch showcasing the new varieties of table grapes that are emerging on the greengrocers’ shelves. Plus we took a step back to colonial Tasmania by visiting Brickendon. Click on the cover for more.
For the latest issue of Australian Country we’ve sourced a bumper crop of stories. We travel to Tasmania where we had unprecedented access to the World-Heritage listed Woolmers homestead and National Rose Garden. Our Food Files feature takes us to Cornersmith Cafe and Picklery co-owner Alex Elliott- Howery and our fashion feature celebrates the apple harvest at Bilpin in the lower Blue Mountains. Get your copy here.
This issue we profile a whisky distillery in the remote ghost town of Joadja and visit caterer Brigid Kennedy at her gorgeous country retreat and farm gate stall. We celebrate country flair southern Queensland style in the home of antique dealer and painted finish expert Helen King and our travel story takes us cruising around some of the most remote and wildly beautiful parts of Tasmania. Subscribe for more.
This issue we visit historic Mackerode station and an extraordinary garden created by paraplegic Dennis Roberts in South Australia, we head north in Queensland to the Atherton Tableland and a wildlife sanctuary and B&B devised by German-born Margit Cianelli and we celebrate the delights of bananas. Click to find out more.
This issue we catch up with soft furnishings and accessories importer Kirsty Turnbull,we take a detour to a home at Berry and a retreat at Montville. Plus we return to Mica Grange at Castlemaine in Vic before joining southern Riverina sheep farmer Anna Kelly for a weekend lunch. We’re wanderlust in Central Otago in New Zealand’s South Island for a secluded break. Click to find out more.