The spectre of the bushfires of summer 2019 looms large over the garden at Keewaydin, the home of Rae and Guy […]

If the accepted wisdom about adversity revealing a person’s true colours is correct, Susan Duncan’s bushfire plan delivers the full rainbow. […]

Erika Marsh took a bold leap when she moved to the bush, say yes to every invitation. That was the sage […]

Find a work-life balance in Victoria’s high country: when Matt and Britt White decided to return to Australia after years living […]

Seven generations of the Medwin family have farmed at Black River, Tasmania. Phil and Fiona Medwin are ensuring the tradition continues.

Jayde Chandler’s landscapes are deeply connected to the rolling plains and endless skies that surround her home in Queensland’s central-west.

The Fawdon’s are experienced in the fruit industry and many farming challenges. As they secured their farm’s future by taking new direction

Mushroom foraging is one of the many attractions of the NSW Central Tablelands. Detour Adventures, conducts guided mushrooming tours.

‘Don’t wait for the perfect moment. Just take it and make it perfect’. How Rex Watson and wife, Kate Pitt, approach every aspect of life on their property.

Country hospitality, resilience in the face of a crippling drought and Queensland pastoral and bushranging history meet at Nogo Station.

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

Third-generation sheep farmers John and Sally-Ann Cottle live in spectacular surrounds in the Monaro High Country.

An enterprising NSW couple has devoted their prodigious talents and energy to creating a benchmark cider from Bilpin’s famous apples.

If you’ve ever wondered what life was like for the landed gentry in colonial days, a visit to Woolmers Estate reveals all.

Linda and Garry McDouall may have moved off farm, but their busy new town life is more challenging and rewarding than they could possibly have imagined.