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Country Style

Feb 01 2021
Magazine

Country Style celebrates the diversity of modern country living. Brings to life the stories of inspirational people and places from around Australia - coast to coast. We visit amazing homes and gardens, travel through Australia's most vibrant regional centres and sample all the good things the country has to offer

WELCOME LETTER

in this issue...

COUNTRY STYLE

YOUR PAGE • WITH THE FESTIVE SEASON NOW A DISTANT MEMORY, WE REMINISCE ABOUT WHAT YOU LOVED IN OUR DECEMBER AND CHRISTMAS ISSUES.

Congratulations

EMPTY NEST • FOR THE FIRST TIME IN ALMOST TWO DECADES, MAGGIE MACKELLAR WILL NOT BE SENDING A CHILD OFF TO SCHOOL.

homegrown • MILLINER FIONA SCHOFIELD HAS BEEN MAKING BESPOKE AND READY-TO-WEAR HATS IN ORANGE FOR 17 YEARS – AND BUSINESS IS BOOMING.

OCEAN EXPLORER • A LOVE OF THE WATER LED MARINE BIOLOGIST AMY KIRKE TO CREATE A SCIENCE OUTREACH PROGRAM FOR NORTHERN TERRITORY COMMUNITIES TO ENCOURAGE GIRLS INTO SCIENCE-BASED CAREERS.

PRINTS CHARMING • AFTER HITCHING A 12-HOUR RIDE ON A TRUCK CARRYING TRACTORS FROM MELBOURNE, JANA COLLIER’S VINTAGE PRINTING PRESS WAS GIVEN A NEW LEASE ON LIFE IN WEE WAA, NSW.

february • The beautiful countryside of Nannup is the setting for an annual music festival that celebrates Indigenous performers.

FUTURE’S BRIGHT • ON THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF ORANGE F.O.O.D. WEEK, SARAH CROWLEY AND DOMINIC ABOUD LOOK AHEAD.

YOU’RE INVITED … • Join us for our Meet the Producers lunch at Orange F.O.O.D Week.

my country childhood • ABC RADIO PRESENTER ANN JONES HAS ALWAYS LOVED THE OUTDOORS AND BEEN PASSIONATE ABOUT ANIMALS, THANKS TO GROWING UP IN RURAL VICTORIA. AND NOW SHE HELPS LISTENERS LEARN ABOUT THE NATURAL WORLD, TOO.

at our table • COUNTRY STYLE HAS TEAMED UP WITH MICHAEL REID MURRURUNDI TO BRING YOU THE AUSTRALIAN COUNTRY TABLE EXHIBITION.

time after time • OWNING DIRTY ’ JANES ANTIQUES MARKET MEANS JANE CROWLEY S HOME IN BOWRAL, NSW, IS FULL OF UNIQUE VINTAGE PIECES – AND A CREATIVE SPIRIT OF REUSE.

THE ART ISSUE ON SALE MARCH 4. • Our special March edition shines a light on regionally-based creatives and the beautiful work they are producing, including multiple Archibald Prize finalist Vanessa Stockard.

A PERFECT FIT • THE OWNERS OF THIS COASTAL QUEENSLAND HOUSE HAVE LONG LOVED SOUTH-EAST ASIAN STYLE, AND FUSED IT WITH A BREEZY BEACH FEEL IN THEIR DREAM HOME.

In glorious colour • PAINT QUEEN ANNIE SLOAN HAS TRANSFORMED HER FRENCH FARMHOUSE INTO A DECORATED HAVEN.

ABOUT THE HOUSE:

office politics • NOW WE’RE WORKING FROM HOME MORE THAN EVER, THE STUDY – ONCE CLUTTERED WITH FILES AND TECHNOLOGY – IS RIPE FOR A REFRESH.

GET TO WORK • CREATE A PRACTICAL WORKSPACE THAT STILL REFLECTS YOU.

GREEN CHANGE • THE DESIRE FOR A COOL-CLIMATE GARDEN LED TO A MOVE NOT JUST FROM THE CITY BUT TO A DIFFERENT STATE. THE RESULTS AT BANK HOUSE IN NEWLYN, VICTORIA, SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.

in the garden • THE BEST BUYS FOR THE GARDEN THIS MONTH

EAT LOCAL

GONE WILD • CHEF ANALIESE GREGORY’S COOKBOOK, HOW WILD THINGS ARE, IS A CELEBRATION OF COOKING TECHNIQUES FROM A BYGONE ERA AND OF THE RUGGED BEAUTY OF TASMANIA.

flavours • FOOD, DRINKS AND PRODUCTS TO SAMPLE THIS MONTH.

the humble banger • WE AUSSIES LOVE A SAUSAGE. WHY NOT TRY STEVE CUMPER’S ITALIAN-STYLE BRAISE?

lasting legacy • EVELYN OLSEN HAD A LIFE RICH IN LOVE, INCLUDING HER FAMILY’S LOVE OF HER RECIPES, BOTH TRADITIONAL AND, LIKE THIS ONE, LESS SO.

for the love of food • DRIVE AROUND THE CENTRAL TABLELANDS OF NSW FOR A TRAIL OF GOURMET TREATS, DELICIOUS WINES AND SOME COUNTRY SIGHTS NOT EASILY FORGOTTEN.

MY TOWN MORPETH • THIS HISTORIC VILLAGE ON THE HUNTER RIVER IS AN...


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 156 Publisher: Are Media Pty Limited Edition: Feb 01 2021

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Country Style celebrates the diversity of modern country living. Brings to life the stories of inspirational people and places from around Australia - coast to coast. We visit amazing homes and gardens, travel through Australia's most vibrant regional centres and sample all the good things the country has to offer

WELCOME LETTER

in this issue...

COUNTRY STYLE

YOUR PAGE • WITH THE FESTIVE SEASON NOW A DISTANT MEMORY, WE REMINISCE ABOUT WHAT YOU LOVED IN OUR DECEMBER AND CHRISTMAS ISSUES.

Congratulations

EMPTY NEST • FOR THE FIRST TIME IN ALMOST TWO DECADES, MAGGIE MACKELLAR WILL NOT BE SENDING A CHILD OFF TO SCHOOL.

homegrown • MILLINER FIONA SCHOFIELD HAS BEEN MAKING BESPOKE AND READY-TO-WEAR HATS IN ORANGE FOR 17 YEARS – AND BUSINESS IS BOOMING.

OCEAN EXPLORER • A LOVE OF THE WATER LED MARINE BIOLOGIST AMY KIRKE TO CREATE A SCIENCE OUTREACH PROGRAM FOR NORTHERN TERRITORY COMMUNITIES TO ENCOURAGE GIRLS INTO SCIENCE-BASED CAREERS.

PRINTS CHARMING • AFTER HITCHING A 12-HOUR RIDE ON A TRUCK CARRYING TRACTORS FROM MELBOURNE, JANA COLLIER’S VINTAGE PRINTING PRESS WAS GIVEN A NEW LEASE ON LIFE IN WEE WAA, NSW.

february • The beautiful countryside of Nannup is the setting for an annual music festival that celebrates Indigenous performers.

FUTURE’S BRIGHT • ON THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF ORANGE F.O.O.D. WEEK, SARAH CROWLEY AND DOMINIC ABOUD LOOK AHEAD.

YOU’RE INVITED … • Join us for our Meet the Producers lunch at Orange F.O.O.D Week.

my country childhood • ABC RADIO PRESENTER ANN JONES HAS ALWAYS LOVED THE OUTDOORS AND BEEN PASSIONATE ABOUT ANIMALS, THANKS TO GROWING UP IN RURAL VICTORIA. AND NOW SHE HELPS LISTENERS LEARN ABOUT THE NATURAL WORLD, TOO.

at our table • COUNTRY STYLE HAS TEAMED UP WITH MICHAEL REID MURRURUNDI TO BRING YOU THE AUSTRALIAN COUNTRY TABLE EXHIBITION.

time after time • OWNING DIRTY ’ JANES ANTIQUES MARKET MEANS JANE CROWLEY S HOME IN BOWRAL, NSW, IS FULL OF UNIQUE VINTAGE PIECES – AND A CREATIVE SPIRIT OF REUSE.

THE ART ISSUE ON SALE MARCH 4. • Our special March edition shines a light on regionally-based creatives and the beautiful work they are producing, including multiple Archibald Prize finalist Vanessa Stockard.

A PERFECT FIT • THE OWNERS OF THIS COASTAL QUEENSLAND HOUSE HAVE LONG LOVED SOUTH-EAST ASIAN STYLE, AND FUSED IT WITH A BREEZY BEACH FEEL IN THEIR DREAM HOME.

In glorious colour • PAINT QUEEN ANNIE SLOAN HAS TRANSFORMED HER FRENCH FARMHOUSE INTO A DECORATED HAVEN.

ABOUT THE HOUSE:

office politics • NOW WE’RE WORKING FROM HOME MORE THAN EVER, THE STUDY – ONCE CLUTTERED WITH FILES AND TECHNOLOGY – IS RIPE FOR A REFRESH.

GET TO WORK • CREATE A PRACTICAL WORKSPACE THAT STILL REFLECTS YOU.

GREEN CHANGE • THE DESIRE FOR A COOL-CLIMATE GARDEN LED TO A MOVE NOT JUST FROM THE CITY BUT TO A DIFFERENT STATE. THE RESULTS AT BANK HOUSE IN NEWLYN, VICTORIA, SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.

in the garden • THE BEST BUYS FOR THE GARDEN THIS MONTH

EAT LOCAL

GONE WILD • CHEF ANALIESE GREGORY’S COOKBOOK, HOW WILD THINGS ARE, IS A CELEBRATION OF COOKING TECHNIQUES FROM A BYGONE ERA AND OF THE RUGGED BEAUTY OF TASMANIA.

flavours • FOOD, DRINKS AND PRODUCTS TO SAMPLE THIS MONTH.

the humble banger • WE AUSSIES LOVE A SAUSAGE. WHY NOT TRY STEVE CUMPER’S ITALIAN-STYLE BRAISE?

lasting legacy • EVELYN OLSEN HAD A LIFE RICH IN LOVE, INCLUDING HER FAMILY’S LOVE OF HER RECIPES, BOTH TRADITIONAL AND, LIKE THIS ONE, LESS SO.

for the love of food • DRIVE AROUND THE CENTRAL TABLELANDS OF NSW FOR A TRAIL OF GOURMET TREATS, DELICIOUS WINES AND SOME COUNTRY SIGHTS NOT EASILY FORGOTTEN.

MY TOWN MORPETH • THIS HISTORIC VILLAGE ON THE HUNTER RIVER IS AN...


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