April/May 2022

Including Escape Southern Highlands


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Easy elegance: We visit a new Georgian style home where relaxed luxury trumps country farmhouse, and English elements include a conservatory and
a much-used tennis court. 

Art at play: Two times Archibald finalist Vanessa Stockard, who will be the featured artist at Visual Arts in the Valley in Kangaroo Valley, explains how wide-ranging subject matter keeps her inspired. 

The big picture: Our own viewfinders James Cockington and Tony Sheffield set off to find the most exciting lookouts in the Highlands.

The healing ways of Wildewood: The owners and garden designer of Wildewood explain how they created a remarkable garden that manages to be serene yet exciting, flowing yet controlled.

The Inside Story: Indoor plants look good, they’re good for you and they’re really not that hard to look after. Frances Simons lists her 10 favourites.

Colour me happy: Natalie Miller’s vibrant weaving and macrame has won her fans all over the world. She talks about creating large-scale public works and writing
her first book, Woven Color.

Meat the makers: John and Mat Mauger tell the story behind their successful father-and-son farm and butcher shops.

First come, all served: The Shaggy Cow has a relaxed name, but a lot of planning has gone into the success of the popular Mittagong cafe/restaurant.

The home-town historian: In the lead-up to Moss Vale Public School’s 150th in September we meet former student David Baxter, Moss Vale’s proudest resident, as well as other alumni.