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Country Style

Aug 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

EDITOR’S LETTER

in this issue...

Country Style Australia

YOUR PAGE • ROAD TRIPS, RESTORATIVE TIME OUT AND A REVIVAL OF THE LOST THE ART OF LETTER WRITING HAVE ALL CAPTURED THE IMAGINATION OF COUNTRY STYLE READERS.

Congratulations

august • From a taste of Italy in Griffith to floral beauty in WA and Indigenous fashion in the NT, there’s plenty to do in the country this month.

book a ticket

WINTER WARMERS • THE MERCURY IS DROPPING AND MAGGIE MACKELLAR’S WOOD SHED IS EMPTY. TIME TO REDISCOVER HER LOG-SPLITTING SKILLS.

LIGHTING THE WAY • WHAT STARTED AS A MUM AND DAUGHTER SIDE HUSTLE IN CANOWINDRA, NSW, HAS GROWN INTO A FULL-TIME FAMILY BUSINESS.

TIME FLIES • THERE WERE PLENTY OF SURPRISES FOR EMMA MOSS ON HER FIRST EVER MUSTER IN THE KIMBERLEY – AND THE WORST WAS THE FLIES.

MESSING ABOUT IN BOATS • JOINING THE LIVING BOAT TRUST IN FRANKLIN, TASMANIA, GAVE ONE WOMAN NEW SKILLS AND EXPERIENCES AS WELL AS A SUPPORT NETWORK.

meet meg • TASMANIAN FARMER AND NOVELIST MEG BIGNELL IS A RARE GEM, AS HER FRIEND AND FELLOW WRITER MAGGIE MACKELLAR EXPLAINS.

a place in history • A TASMANIAN COUPLE’S MOVE TO A TINY FISHING VILLAGE HAS TURNED INTO A PASSION FOR TRANSFORMING HERITAGE BUILDINGS INTO FAMILY HOMES.

POINTS WEST • A COUPLE S IMPULSE PURCHASE AND CONSIDERED RENOVATION OF A 100-YEAR-OLD BAYSIDE SHACK PROVIDED THE CHANCE TO COLLABORATE ON A CREATIVE PROJECT.

ABOUT THE HOUSE:

SHELL BE RIGHT • SINK INTO A WHITEWASHED SPACE THAT’S NAUTICAL BUT NICE.

Set in Stone • A SANDSTONE MANSION IN RICHMOND IS RICH IN HISTORY – AND AFTER A RENOVATION, IT’S RIPE FOR FAMILY LIFE.

on cloud nine • IN THE 19TH HUON -CENTURY VALLEY HOME , A BEAUTIFULLY AND PICKER’ RESTORED S HUT SHARE A GLORIOUS GARDEN.

ABOUT THE HOUSE:

heart land • A MAGICAL GARDEN ARTFULLY LAYERED WITH COTTAGE BLOOMS HAS BEEN A LABOUR OF LOVE FOR ONE HARDWORKING TASMANIAN COUPLE.

NO TIME TO REST • WHEN LIFE TOOK AN UNEXPECTED TURN FOR SARAH ANDREWS, A TINY TASMANIAN SHACK BECAME THE SPRINGBOARD FOR A GLOBAL BUSINESS.

ISLAND FARE • APPLE ISLE CHEF MASSIMO MELE COOKS UP A LUNCHTIME FEAST USING THE FRESHEST SEAFOOD AND LOCAL, TASMANIAN PRODUCE.

bush tucker • INSPIRED BY NATIVE INGREDIENTS, STEVE CUMPER CREATES A UNIQUELY TASMANIAN DISH.

ST HELENS • OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS WILL LOVE THE LAND AND SEA ATTRACTIONS OF THIS VILLAGE AT THE SOUTHERN END OF TASMANIA’S BAY OF FIRES.

APPLE OF THE ISLE • WITH ITS RUGGED ’ BEAUTY AND HISTORIC CHARM, TASMANIA S NORTHERN COAST IS PACKED WITH NOT-TO-BE-MISSED MAGIC.

Explore the glorious coastline of the Bass Strait.

STORIED PASTS • THE MANY HISTORIC HOMES OF TASMANIA MAKE FOR DREAM HOLIDAY LOCATIONS.

the style diaries • THEY SHARE A PENCHANT FOR PARED-BACK PIECES FROM LEE MATHEWS, BUT CLAIRE LLOYD AND SARAH ANDREWS EACH HAVE A UNIQUE TAKE ON FASHION.

BOOK CLUB • THIS MONTH’S AUTHORS PROVOKE A RANGE OF RESPONSES – HILARITY, STUPEFACTION, CURIOSITY, SURPRISE, SATISFACTION AND A SENSE OF GRATITUDE.

FIELD GUIDE • BROWSE OUR ADVERTISERS’ PRODUCTS AND SERVICES.

BIKES & BRUSHES • COUNTRY SQUIRE ROB INGRAM SAYS HIS TOWN IS THRIVING, THANKS TO TOURING CYCLISTS – AND A LITTLE ART.


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 156 Publisher: Are Media Pty Limited Edition: Aug 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

EDITOR’S LETTER

in this issue...

Country Style Australia

YOUR PAGE • ROAD TRIPS, RESTORATIVE TIME OUT AND A REVIVAL OF THE LOST THE ART OF LETTER WRITING HAVE ALL CAPTURED THE IMAGINATION OF COUNTRY STYLE READERS.

Congratulations

august • From a taste of Italy in Griffith to floral beauty in WA and Indigenous fashion in the NT, there’s plenty to do in the country this month.

book a ticket

WINTER WARMERS • THE MERCURY IS DROPPING AND MAGGIE MACKELLAR’S WOOD SHED IS EMPTY. TIME TO REDISCOVER HER LOG-SPLITTING SKILLS.

LIGHTING THE WAY • WHAT STARTED AS A MUM AND DAUGHTER SIDE HUSTLE IN CANOWINDRA, NSW, HAS GROWN INTO A FULL-TIME FAMILY BUSINESS.

TIME FLIES • THERE WERE PLENTY OF SURPRISES FOR EMMA MOSS ON HER FIRST EVER MUSTER IN THE KIMBERLEY – AND THE WORST WAS THE FLIES.

MESSING ABOUT IN BOATS • JOINING THE LIVING BOAT TRUST IN FRANKLIN, TASMANIA, GAVE ONE WOMAN NEW SKILLS AND EXPERIENCES AS WELL AS A SUPPORT NETWORK.

meet meg • TASMANIAN FARMER AND NOVELIST MEG BIGNELL IS A RARE GEM, AS HER FRIEND AND FELLOW WRITER MAGGIE MACKELLAR EXPLAINS.

a place in history • A TASMANIAN COUPLE’S MOVE TO A TINY FISHING VILLAGE HAS TURNED INTO A PASSION FOR TRANSFORMING HERITAGE BUILDINGS INTO FAMILY HOMES.

POINTS WEST • A COUPLE S IMPULSE PURCHASE AND CONSIDERED RENOVATION OF A 100-YEAR-OLD BAYSIDE SHACK PROVIDED THE CHANCE TO COLLABORATE ON A CREATIVE PROJECT.

ABOUT THE HOUSE:

SHELL BE RIGHT • SINK INTO A WHITEWASHED SPACE THAT’S NAUTICAL BUT NICE.

Set in Stone • A SANDSTONE MANSION IN RICHMOND IS RICH IN HISTORY – AND AFTER A RENOVATION, IT’S RIPE FOR FAMILY LIFE.

on cloud nine • IN THE 19TH HUON -CENTURY VALLEY HOME , A BEAUTIFULLY AND PICKER’ RESTORED S HUT SHARE A GLORIOUS GARDEN.

ABOUT THE HOUSE:

heart land • A MAGICAL GARDEN ARTFULLY LAYERED WITH COTTAGE BLOOMS HAS BEEN A LABOUR OF LOVE FOR ONE HARDWORKING TASMANIAN COUPLE.

NO TIME TO REST • WHEN LIFE TOOK AN UNEXPECTED TURN FOR SARAH ANDREWS, A TINY TASMANIAN SHACK BECAME THE SPRINGBOARD FOR A GLOBAL BUSINESS.

ISLAND FARE • APPLE ISLE CHEF MASSIMO MELE COOKS UP A LUNCHTIME FEAST USING THE FRESHEST SEAFOOD AND LOCAL, TASMANIAN PRODUCE.

bush tucker • INSPIRED BY NATIVE INGREDIENTS, STEVE CUMPER CREATES A UNIQUELY TASMANIAN DISH.

ST HELENS • OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS WILL LOVE THE LAND AND SEA ATTRACTIONS OF THIS VILLAGE AT THE SOUTHERN END OF TASMANIA’S BAY OF FIRES.

APPLE OF THE ISLE • WITH ITS RUGGED ’ BEAUTY AND HISTORIC CHARM, TASMANIA S NORTHERN COAST IS PACKED WITH NOT-TO-BE-MISSED MAGIC.

Explore the glorious coastline of the Bass Strait.

STORIED PASTS • THE MANY HISTORIC HOMES OF TASMANIA MAKE FOR DREAM HOLIDAY LOCATIONS.

the style diaries • THEY SHARE A PENCHANT FOR PARED-BACK PIECES FROM LEE MATHEWS, BUT CLAIRE LLOYD AND SARAH ANDREWS EACH HAVE A UNIQUE TAKE ON FASHION.

BOOK CLUB • THIS MONTH’S AUTHORS PROVOKE A RANGE OF RESPONSES – HILARITY, STUPEFACTION, CURIOSITY, SURPRISE, SATISFACTION AND A SENSE OF GRATITUDE.

FIELD GUIDE • BROWSE OUR ADVERTISERS’ PRODUCTS AND SERVICES.

BIKES & BRUSHES • COUNTRY SQUIRE ROB INGRAM SAYS HIS TOWN IS THRIVING, THANKS TO TOURING CYCLISTS – AND A LITTLE ART.


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