April/May 2017

A touch of France
Gaynor Groome has always loved French-style interiors so when she found a Bowral property she knew exactly how she would decorate it.

Power and the passion
Meet the owners of the Greeny Flat, an experimental environmental home in Mittagong.

The call of the wild
Serial adventurer Huw Kingston is forever leaving Bundanoon to hike, bike, ski, climb and kayak somewhere around the world.

The memory maker
Elizabeth Burton’s paintings and prints have attracted attention ever since she moved to the Highlands two years ago.

Horse heaven
Sutton Farm Equestrian Centre has plenty of history but major renovations mean it also boasts outstanding facilities for horses and riders.

Vision and views
While traditional landscaping elements lend structure to the garden at Greenbrier Park, its owners never wanted them to overshadow its Australian setting.

Shake it off
Frances Simons explains why leaves change colour in autumn and which deciduous trees will bring the most colour and variation to your garden.

Let’s get physie
Hilary Balmond discusses Champion Girls, a new documentary on an Australian exercise phenomenon which started 125 years ago and is still going strong.

Bowled over
Rachel Howlett of Highlands Merchant shows that plenty of flavour and flair can be packed into a one-bowl meal.

In the good books
Bookplates by artist Adrian Feint were in high demand in the early 20th century, and today are prized more than the books they are in.

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