The Hay family has called Olive Grove home for more than 150 years. For the present custodians, it’s a haven for transitioning from working life to a well-earned retirement.  By Kirsty McKenzie, photography Ross Williams, styling Bronte Camilleri It’s almost impossible to imagine today, but when Alex and Helen Hay moved to Olive Grove in 2008, the garden […]

Unique décor, designers and dresses collide at The Sydney Fair Words by Lauren McKellar There’s magic in the air inside the Kensington Room at the Royal Randwick Racecourse. Mystery abounds in every corner, with trinkets and treasures simply waiting to be discovered. Yes, this is no ordinary day at the races. Instead, it’s The Sydney […]

A renovator finds her nest in NSW Northern Rivers, reviving an architect-designed home with her style and black paint.

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, […]

The natural world provides inspiration to Sunshine Coast designer Lisa Day, to create jewellery and homewares with a rustic aesthetic feel.

For Leiset Kemink moving from Belgium to the heart of the UK countryside has meant a simpler pace of life, which is reflected in the style and decoration of her home.

Country roots run deep for the Wiese family, who have lived and farmed in Western Australia’s Wheatbelt for four generations.

Moving to Brisbane’s outer suburbs was the logical step to accommodate Sally Carson’s expanding family and home business.

A garden that delights year round is the culmination of the lifetime experience of two passionate gardeners.

A new-age beach shack with a seventies vibe on the NSW south coast provides the perfect recipe for relaxation for a Canberra family.