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Country Style

Sep 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 • ONE COUNTRY STYLE READER SHARES HER MAGAZINES WITH HER TWO DAUGHTERS, WHILE ANOTHER IS USING LOCKDOWN TO COLLECT OUR HEIRLOOM RECIPES.

Congratulations

september • As the weather warms up, the calendar fills up. There are events aplenty to choose from across the country this month.

THE VISITORS’ BOOK • A RECORD OF LIFE’S MILESTONES, BOTH MINOR AND MAJOR, SEES MAGGIE MACKELLAR FEELING NOSTALGIC AND THANKFUL.

homegrown • BEAUTY THERAPIST AMY ERBACHER’S NEW FRAGRANCE COLLECTION DRAWS INSPIRATION FROM HER HOME IN ORANGE.

FUTURE IN FOCUS • WINNING THIS YEAR’S YOUNG FARMER OF THE YEAR AWARD IS JUST THE START FOR EMMA AYLIFFE.

The art of making mistakes • EMMA MOSS FACED PLENTY OF HURDLES – BOTH PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL – ON HER FIRST-EVER MUSTER IN THE KIMBERLEY, WA.

in full bloom • EDIBLE FLOWER GROWER SIMONE JELLEY APPROACHES FARMING AS AN EXPRESSION OF CREATIVITY, WONDER AND JOY.

WHERE THE HEART IS • VINTAGE WARES, ART AND SPACE FOR CREATIVITY MAKE FOR A HAPPY HOME FOR THIS YOUNG FAMILY IN WILLUNGA, SA.

BRIGHT SIDE • COSY CORNERS AND SWEET KNICK-KNACKS BRING JOY.

LEAP OF FAITH • IT WASN’T THEIR FIRST CHOICE, BUT A BRICK HOUSE WITH VALLEY VIEWS PROVED THE PERFECT FIT FOR CANUNGRA DUO NIKKI AND LUKE HOBBS.

ABOUT THE HOUSE:

EVERYTHING NEW IS OLD AGAIN • ANTIQUES DEALER ATHOL SALTER HAS CREATED A SERENE HAVEN FROM A BLAND PROJECT HOME IN NSW’S SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS.

ABOUT THE HOUSE

let the light in • SPRING BULBS ARE FLOWERING AND THE DAYS ARE LENGTHENING. IT’S TIME TO PREPARE YOUR HOME FOR SUNSHINE.

in the pink • PLUMP ROSES IN PASTEL SHADES THRIVE ALONGSIDE RARE BOTANICALS IN CAITLYN MASON’S WILD AND WONDROUS GARDEN IN TOOWOOMBA, QLD.

fowl play • New columnist Fiona Walmsley, of Buena Vista Farm, reflects on spring in the garden.

in the garden • WHAT TO GROW, BUY AND LOOK AT IN YOUR PLOT THIS MONTH.

heading hands • A LIFE STORY FULL OF TWISTS AND TURNS LED DAVID FAIRCLOUGH TO OPEN AN ANIMAL OSTEOPATHY PRACTICE IN NEWHAM, VICTORIA.

sweet like honey • GET A TASTE OF THE SWEET LIFE WITH DOUG PURDIE’S BOOK, BACKYARD BEES.

GREAT HERBS FOR BEES

flavours • WHAT TO EAT, DRINK AND TRY THIS MONTH.

Garden fare • STEVE CUMPER TOILS IN THE GARDEN AND UNEARTHS A FRESH SPRING FEAST.

HISTORY LESSON • WITH FINE DINING AND WINE, PLUS HISTORIC HOMESTEADS, MUSEUMS AND NATURAL WONDERS, THE TINY BUT MIGHTY AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY HAS MUCH TO OFFER.

A BREATH OF FRESH EYRE • CRAVING SEAFOOD SALTY , AND AIR BIG , NATURAL SKIES? SOUTH BEAUTY AUSTRALIA , ABUNDANT ’S EYRE PENINSULA IS THE IDEAL GETAWAY.

THE FACTS

the style diaries • NATURE’S VARIED HUES SERVE AS STYLE AND FASHION INSPIRATION FOR NIKKI HOBBS AND CAITLYN MASON.

SKINCARE SELF-SERVICE • WITH LOCKDOWN AND DISTANCE, IT’S IMPOSSIBLE TO GET TO THE BEAUTICIAN. INVEST IN A DIY DEVICE THAT SKIN DOCTORS APPROVE OF.

BOOK CLUB • INTRIGUE MEETS INTROSPECTION AS WE DELVE INTO THE PERILS OF DATING, MIDLIFE HURDLES, FAT-CAT AGENDAS, HUMAN FRAILTIES AND PLANET-FRIENDLY HABITS.

COLLECTABLES • JOHN MCPHEE EXAMINES TWO MYSTERY VASES THAT WERE PASSED DOWN TO A READER BY HER MOTHER.

AT THE MUSEUM • WHILE THESE STRIKING CERAMICS ARE ULTRA-CONTEMPORARY, THEY HAVE A CENTURIES-OLD HERITAGE.

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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 156 Publisher: Are Media Pty Limited Edition: Sep 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 • ONE COUNTRY STYLE READER SHARES HER MAGAZINES WITH HER TWO DAUGHTERS, WHILE ANOTHER IS USING LOCKDOWN TO COLLECT OUR HEIRLOOM RECIPES.

Congratulations

september • As the weather warms up, the calendar fills up. There are events aplenty to choose from across the country this month.

THE VISITORS’ BOOK • A RECORD OF LIFE’S MILESTONES, BOTH MINOR AND MAJOR, SEES MAGGIE MACKELLAR FEELING NOSTALGIC AND THANKFUL.

homegrown • BEAUTY THERAPIST AMY ERBACHER’S NEW FRAGRANCE COLLECTION DRAWS INSPIRATION FROM HER HOME IN ORANGE.

FUTURE IN FOCUS • WINNING THIS YEAR’S YOUNG FARMER OF THE YEAR AWARD IS JUST THE START FOR EMMA AYLIFFE.

The art of making mistakes • EMMA MOSS FACED PLENTY OF HURDLES – BOTH PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL – ON HER FIRST-EVER MUSTER IN THE KIMBERLEY, WA.

in full bloom • EDIBLE FLOWER GROWER SIMONE JELLEY APPROACHES FARMING AS AN EXPRESSION OF CREATIVITY, WONDER AND JOY.

WHERE THE HEART IS • VINTAGE WARES, ART AND SPACE FOR CREATIVITY MAKE FOR A HAPPY HOME FOR THIS YOUNG FAMILY IN WILLUNGA, SA.

BRIGHT SIDE • COSY CORNERS AND SWEET KNICK-KNACKS BRING JOY.

LEAP OF FAITH • IT WASN’T THEIR FIRST CHOICE, BUT A BRICK HOUSE WITH VALLEY VIEWS PROVED THE PERFECT FIT FOR CANUNGRA DUO NIKKI AND LUKE HOBBS.

ABOUT THE HOUSE:

EVERYTHING NEW IS OLD AGAIN • ANTIQUES DEALER ATHOL SALTER HAS CREATED A SERENE HAVEN FROM A BLAND PROJECT HOME IN NSW’S SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS.

ABOUT THE HOUSE

let the light in • SPRING BULBS ARE FLOWERING AND THE DAYS ARE LENGTHENING. IT’S TIME TO PREPARE YOUR HOME FOR SUNSHINE.

in the pink • PLUMP ROSES IN PASTEL SHADES THRIVE ALONGSIDE RARE BOTANICALS IN CAITLYN MASON’S WILD AND WONDROUS GARDEN IN TOOWOOMBA, QLD.

fowl play • New columnist Fiona Walmsley, of Buena Vista Farm, reflects on spring in the garden.

in the garden • WHAT TO GROW, BUY AND LOOK AT IN YOUR PLOT THIS MONTH.

heading hands • A LIFE STORY FULL OF TWISTS AND TURNS LED DAVID FAIRCLOUGH TO OPEN AN ANIMAL OSTEOPATHY PRACTICE IN NEWHAM, VICTORIA.

sweet like honey • GET A TASTE OF THE SWEET LIFE WITH DOUG PURDIE’S BOOK, BACKYARD BEES.

GREAT HERBS FOR BEES

flavours • WHAT TO EAT, DRINK AND TRY THIS MONTH.

Garden fare • STEVE CUMPER TOILS IN THE GARDEN AND UNEARTHS A FRESH SPRING FEAST.

HISTORY LESSON • WITH FINE DINING AND WINE, PLUS HISTORIC HOMESTEADS, MUSEUMS AND NATURAL WONDERS, THE TINY BUT MIGHTY AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY HAS MUCH TO OFFER.

A BREATH OF FRESH EYRE • CRAVING SEAFOOD SALTY , AND AIR BIG , NATURAL SKIES? SOUTH BEAUTY AUSTRALIA , ABUNDANT ’S EYRE PENINSULA IS THE IDEAL GETAWAY.

THE FACTS

the style diaries • NATURE’S VARIED HUES SERVE AS STYLE AND FASHION INSPIRATION FOR NIKKI HOBBS AND CAITLYN MASON.

SKINCARE SELF-SERVICE • WITH LOCKDOWN AND DISTANCE, IT’S IMPOSSIBLE TO GET TO THE BEAUTICIAN. INVEST IN A DIY DEVICE THAT SKIN DOCTORS APPROVE OF.

BOOK CLUB • INTRIGUE MEETS INTROSPECTION AS WE DELVE INTO THE PERILS OF DATING, MIDLIFE HURDLES, FAT-CAT AGENDAS, HUMAN FRAILTIES AND PLANET-FRIENDLY HABITS.

COLLECTABLES • JOHN MCPHEE EXAMINES TWO MYSTERY VASES THAT WERE PASSED DOWN TO A READER BY HER MOTHER.

AT THE MUSEUM • WHILE THESE STRIKING CERAMICS ARE ULTRA-CONTEMPORARY, THEY HAVE A CENTURIES-OLD HERITAGE.

FIELD...


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