Douglas Blain’s remarkable life has been devoted to rescuing old buildings and turning them into boutique hotels.

After years spent travelling all over Australia, the O’Neils have firmly put down roots in their Bullimah Gardens Western Australia.

Lisa Mack and Paul Roberts have transformed a property in Central Victoria’s Strath Creek, where they have truly embraced country living.

Jess and Hamish Webb embarked on a move to Myanbah to raise their three young children in a restored 19th-century homestead.

Betty and John McKee have transformed Sheriffmuir Garden, a once bare block, into something truly spectacular.

The Rhodin family spends all year preparing their Tulip Top garden for opening for one short burst during spring.

Janelle and Peter may have retired from full-time work, but life has never been busier or more rewarding at their farmland country cottage.

Simon and Kelly Leplaw embarked on a restoration project together, to move from corporate and begin living the country life.

In the past, Bathurst may have been eclipsed by neighbouring towns. However, now is the historic city’s time to shine once more.

When doors open, step right through. That’s the mantra of Shelly Finch, who is a great advocate for both country living and interior design,

Todd and Jeff thought they had it made when they traded corporate city lives for a vineyard and olive orchard at Bedford in the Hunter Region.

From London to Queensland. Read all about how a former bank building has become the jewel in the crown of the Queensland town of Emerald.

Wayne and Marie Stewart first bought their patch of rural paradise in 1980 in Peachester, overlooking Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.

For the next issue of Australian Country we’ve been out and about searching out some great stories to keep you all […]