For the next issue of Australian Country we’ve been out and about searching out some great stories to keep you all in touch with rural and regional Australia. From historic Perricoota station on the banks of the Murray River near Moama to the former worker’s cottage a Queensland collector has turned into a stunning showpiece, we’re delving into grand Australian traditions and the families who maintain them.
Bebeah garden at Mount Wilson is another landmark, where 130-year-old specimen trees have provided a spectacular outline for master designer Miguel Alvarez to colour in and we’ve a producer profile from Norfolk Island where the landscape is as rich as the legacy of the convict and colonial past.
Our travel story heads to Tasmania where we joined a select band of night owls committed to capturing images of the extraordinary phenomenon that is the Aurora Australis and we came back from Hobart on a Princess Cruises ship that doubled duty as a floating picture palace for a mini version of the Sydney Film Festival.
Our service features focus on kitchens and heating and we’re compiling a Mother’s Day gift guide as well.
So be sure to join us for the next issue, on sale April 13.