April/May 2022

Including Escape Southern Highlands


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A polished gem
The striking black home of Zvoni Hodak and Phil Young at Wildes Meadow is proof that conscious, off grid living can also be stylish and thoroughly modern.

Whimsical works of art
Bundanoon-based artist Virginia Boyle brings to life a fantastical world of fairy tales and mystical wildlife through her beautifully detailed drawings and illustrations.

The natural way of things
Frances Simons meets the regenerative gardener learning the many benefits of building a garden’s resilience to a tougher natural environment.

Gardening master class
English plantsman Fergus Garrett’s day job as head gardener at Great Dixter keeps him busy, but he makes time to travel and teach, ensuring the horticultural knowledge of one of the world’s best gardens is shared widely.

Honey, I shrunk the kids
Fe Everett began breeding miniature goats because she wanted an animal that was easy to raise and wouldn’t become food. She seems to be doing something right – her Nigerian dwarf goats have won a string of championship ribbons.

Heady harvest
Quentin Olde planted garlic at the family’s Mandemar property because it was hardy and low maintenance. Now the demand for quality Australian garlic has turned their hand-grown harvest into a sell-out success.

Falling for the Rockies
The natural beauty of Canada’s Rocky Mountains has long tempted adventurer Huw Kingston, but when he finally found a slot in his travel schedule, plans for a colourful autumn hike were interrupted by a surprise snowfall.