For the latest issue of Australian Country, we’ve again travelled the highways and byways in search of the most captivating stories for your reading pleasure.
We headed to Mildura on the mighty Murray where we visited style guru Sue Clohesy, who has transformed a 1930s’ farmhouse with a wonderful amalgam of vintage wares and contemporary art pieces. We were also lucky to attend a packing shed lunch showcasing the new varieties of table grapes that are emerging on the greengrocers’ shelves.
In Queensland we joined horse-loving Kate Johns and her family as they relaxed on their Sunshine Coast hinterland property. In Victoria we caught up with fashion designer Tiffany Treloar and her food writer and photographer husband, Richard Cornish, to learn how their lives and careers have so serendipitously blended. We visited Yengo sculpture garden and Parma wallaby wildlife sanctuary at Mt Wilson in the NSW Blue Mountains, looked at the latest and greatest kitchen gadgets and accessories and took a step back to colonial Tasmania by visiting Brickendon, the farm village at Longford that has been in the Archer family for seven generations.
So please be sure you join us for Australian Country 19.5, on sale June 9.