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From The Editor
Dear readers, As I write this letter, there’s so much going on in the world. It’s a time of protests and poor health. We’ve been through fires and disease and civil unrest, and we’re only just more than halfway through the year. The jokes about build
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Seasonal Progress
Every metre of the towering bunya pines that stand stoic at the edge of this beautiful property has seen a story. Saplings might tell of the flurry of activity back in 1888 as a four-bedroom cottage rose from the red soil. Young trees reaching skywar
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Riverside Retreat
When it comes to real estate, there are many ways to evaluate a property. Commercial real estate is judged by exposure, position and vibe — the industrial cousins to suitability and space. But when it comes to homes, architecture and interior and lan
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Lavish Attention
You can usually trust your nearest and dearest to tell it like it is. So when artist and stylist Peach Panfili was told by her son that the house she had just bought was a “complete dump”, she knew there was an element of truth to his assessment. But
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Naturally Gifted
For most of the year, Jim and Rachael McFadyen’s home is the most peaceful place on earth. Perched on top of a cliff on World Heritage-listed Lord Howe Island, their low-slung bungalow looks out to an endless vista of the Pacific Ocean. Apart from ap
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The White House
Vintage aficionado Sandy Palmer and her husband, Tim, a greenkeeper, bought a dual-home property in picturesque Bonogin, in the Gold Coast hinterland. The homes sit on half a hectare of land with no fences or other divisions between them. The Palmers
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Down To Earth
After a collective six decades working as flight attendants, it’s little wonder Keith Pellatt and Randy Edwards regard their downtime as precious and guard every opportunity for solitude jealously. Now that they’re moving towards giving up living out
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The Good Life
At the time of first print, Bonita Creswell-Young lives in a century-old house she has painstakingly restored at Hepburn Springs, in the heart of Victoria’s spa country. She harvests a bounty of fruit from the apple, pear, plum, peach and fig trees t
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Creative Control
Coco Sheils likes to tell a story from when she and her sister, Leanne “Lamb” Duxbury, were in primary school. “We went to play at a friend’s house and it was a mess,” she says. “So Leanne co-ordinated for us to clean it up. She even started the iron
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Feeling Fresh
The scent of flowers dances on the breeze. New life is everywhere, from the ducklings in the local pond to the buds poking their heads out of your garden bed, desperate to see the sun. Yes, spring is in the air — and at this time of rebirth and fresh
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Retro Vision
Too many cooks can spoil the broth. But sometimes an unexpected ingredient can transform the ordinary into the extraordinary. Peter and Karen Sarris’s beach house, located in Broulee on the New South Wales south coast, is such a recipe. TT Architectu
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At Home With Heritage
Greg and Kerry Schneider were living in Sydney’s inner city, both with busy physiotherapy practices. She wanted to move to the northern beaches. He fancied a move closer to his tennis club in the eastern suburbs. The attendant focus on the property p
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Made In Chelsea
Ric Glenn has been up since 4am preparing for Australian Country Homes’ visit. Not, as it turns out, ensuring that the reverse stripes of the immaculately mown lawns of the gardens on the 93-acre (38-hectare) Cadogan Estate are in order. Nor that the
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Thoroughly Modern Moree
A western NSW farmer who can talk about furniture designer Mark Tuckey as confidently, and passionately, as about agricultural machinery manufacturer John Deere, Moree’s Andrew Ball is fascinatingly contrary. Pinterest, his go-to for inspiration, rev
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Pride Of The Murray
Local lore around the twin towns of Echuca-Moama on the Murray River has it that you can trace the fluctuating fortunes of Australia’s rural industry through the buildings on Perricoota Station. There’s the imposing double-storeyed, nine-bedroom bric
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Keeping Tradition
The plan, as much as Roz and Peter Seppelt had one, was to take Peter’s family’s hobby farm and transform it into a business. But as is always the case, there were a few unexpected twists and turns along the way. Nonetheless, after more than a decade
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Preserving The Past
Diversify or die is the mantra of business in the bush these days, but Richard and Marisse Kinnon have taken it to the next level in the central-western Queensland town of Longreach. Richard, who grew up on a cattle property at Clermont, and Marisse,
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Living History
If the walls could talk in the homestead on David and Cheryl Hunt’s Ivybrook Farm at South Australia’s Maslin Beach, they’d be telling tales that go back almost as far as the foundation of the colony. They’d doubtless recall the arrival of the Revere
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Pioneers In Paradise
As Rowan Peart sees it, back in the day, everyone had cousins in the country and most likely visited them frequently. But with increasing urbanisation that is no longer the case, and the country-city divide is at risk of developing into a chasm. So R
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Sibling Rivalry
After 40 years with his “head down and tail up” on his cattle station, Robert Peart says he relishes the freedom to indulge his passion for timber. “I’ve always been a hobbyist furniture maker, but life on the farm involved a lot of work,” he says. “
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Cream Of The Crop
You could have heard a pin drop. As Sarah Crooke tells the story, she and her husband, Stephen, were sitting in the classroom for the world’s leading ice cream course at Pennsylvania State University in the US, surrounded by food chemists. As the tal
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The Heat Is On
Capture that campfire feeling with the Vektor 1100 fireplace. This product prides itself on its similarity to a real wood-burning fire, with its blazing flame produced from an in-log burner and the glowing ember bed from a sophisticated LED lighting
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Set In Stone
As celebratory outings go, it was the one that blew all the others out of the water. As Sarah Beaumont recalls her 2012 birthday, her partner, Ian Glover, hit on the idea of a trip to the country to check out a property he’d seen for sale online. Sar
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At Home In The Hills
Melissa and Andrew Kidd were roughly 16,000 kilometres apart when something life-changing popped into their respective inboxes. “Melissa and I emailed the same land to each other,” Andrew explains. “She’d returned to Australia a few months before me,
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From The Editor
Dear readers, There’s no denying it — we’re living in a challenging time. For many, 2020 has been a year of change, and not all of it positive. We’ve had to pivot and shift our plans to achieve our goals. We’ve had to embrace alterations in a way we
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Hidden Depths
When Robyn and John Oliver bought Clear View in the Adelaide Hills, they became not just the eighth family to own the property, but also the custodians of a century-long tradition of owners who were not afraid to get their hands dirty. The Olivers bo
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Marketplace
The white Carrara marble bowls from Kandili Pty Ltd are the perfect way to enhance the sense of opulence in your home. Made from 100 per cent Italian Carrara marble, the vessels are unique, with no two patterns the same. Choose from four different-co
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Design Divas
They say to be born into the Turner family means to be born in the saddle. While that’s not strictly true, the Turner women all started riding almost as soon as they could walk. Gendy Parry Okeden, the oldest of the three Turner girls, started riding
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