Angorichina Station

December 14, 2016
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This week we speak to Alice Fargher who welcomes guests from all over the world to her sun-seared family property in South Australia’s Flingers Rangers.

She tells Kendi-Burness Cowan about incredible sunrises, iconic wildlife and how even city slickers can experience an outback lifestyle they will love in an adventure they won’t soon forget.

This month is supported by BIG4 Holiday Park.

Rex Ellis Safari

December 8, 2016
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Rex began his safari business in 1965, and since then he’s escorted nature lovers, adventurers and travel tragics on camel back, by boat, in cars and even on his own paddlewheeler. Just don’t call him a tour operator.

Rex tells Kendi-Burness Cowan about the experiences he’s had, the places he can’t resist and why he’s still awed by outback Australia after all these years.

This month is supported by BIG4 Holiday Park.

Benalla Wall to Wall Festival

December 1, 2016
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Like so many country towns, Benalla was facing something of an identity crisis, so Jim and a group of other passionate locals started thinking about ways for it to get its mojo back.

With this vision in mind they created the Wall to Wall festival – an annual event that sees artists from all over the world create original murals on the town’s buildings.

This month is supported by BIG4 Holiday Parks.

Northern Territory Meteorologist

November 23, 2016
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Angeline grew up in Fiji and lived through howling cyclones and raging winds as a child.

Those experiences ignited her passion for wild weather and today she is a senior meteorologist in the Northern Territory.

This month is supported by the Insurance Council of Australia.

Storm Chaser

November 17, 2016
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This week we speak to John King, a passionate storm chaser who has been known to drive for hours to catch a great show from nature.

Believe it or not, John used to be afraid of big storms, but he turned his fear into curiosity and today he uses his knowledge to predict when and where a storm will occur.

This month is supported by The Insurance Council of Australia.

Understand Insurance

November 9, 2016
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From bushfire season, to cyclones and storms many homeowners may face natural disasters and having the correct insurance for your property is vital.

Campbell tells Kendi Burness-Cowan about what state is six times more likely to lodge a claim than anywhere else in Australia and how insurance companies rank and categories what makes a natural disaster.

This month is supported by The Insurance Council of Australia.

SES Regional Commander

November 2, 2016
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Trevor began as a volunteer at the SES over 30 years ago and has faced countless different natural disasters.

Taking on a full time role around a decade ago, Trevor tells Kendi Burness-Cowan about his role as Regional Commander and the importance of organizations such as the SES.
This month is supported by The Insurance Council of Australia.

Young Surf Bums in Agriculture

October 26, 2016
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With a passion for the coastal farming lifestyle, Owen created the Young Surf Bums in Agriculture with a group of mates on the south coast of Western Australia.

Owen tells Kendi Burness-Cowan about his passion for both the land and water, and how a regular surf with his farming friends is good for body and soul.
This month is supported by Hockey Australia.

Australian Country Team.

October 19, 2016
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Natarlia grew up in a hockey playing family in Townsville, but she was 10 years old before she started playing. Pretty soon it became clear that she had a real talent for the sport.

Rising up the ranks in her local club, Natarlia was recently selected to join the Australian Country Team. 

With her first overseas hockey tour later this year, Natarlia tells Kendi Burness-Cowan about her passion for women’s hockey.
This month is supported by Hockey Australia.

Back on Track mentor

October 12, 2016
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Cameron is a three time Paralympic medallist who rediscovered his love of sport and is supporting newly injured young people through the Back on Track mentoring program.

Cameron tells Kendi Burness-Cowan about mentoring the next generation of Paralympians and the importance of these programs in remote areas.

This month is supported by Hockey Australia.

Dedicated sports mum

October 5, 2016
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Taking on a part-time job, purchasing a new car and travelling across NSW each week are just a few of the things that Christine has done to further her son’s career in baseball and softball.

Christine tells Kendi Burness-Cowan about the hours of dedication needed to achieve success and her passion behind community sports.
This month is proudly supported by Hockey Australia.

From a hobby into a successful business

September 29, 2016
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At 50 years of age, he decided to take up what he thought was going to be a new hobby – making whisky at his home in Tasmania. As it turned out, he actually founded a highly regarded and very successful whisky distillery.

Casey tells Kendi Burness-Cowan about why age is no barrier to new ideas and new business and how his hobby became something bigger than he ever expected.
This month is supported by the Country Women's Association of NSW.

Growing the community

September 29, 2016
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Annette has been a member for 38 years, since she joined to meet other people in her community. She never thought she’d one day end up heading the organisation in the state.

Annette tells Kendi Burness-Cowan about the many older women in the association and the wisdom they can share with the young guns moving up the ranks.
 
This month is supported by the Country Women's Association of NSW.

Grey Nomad

September 19, 2016
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Roy and his wife Mia have spent the last 14 years seeing Australia’s most beautiful places, with some trips lasting for months at a time.

Roy tells Kendi Burness-Cowan about his adventures as a grey nomad and why one spot will never hold him down for too long. 
This month is supported by the CWA.

The Women’s Shed

September 15, 2016
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The Women's Shed is equipping women to learn new skills and rely on themselves for household maintenance and projects. Many of the members are older women who had previously relied on their husbands to take care of tasks from replacing tiles to fixing broken cupboards.

Fiona tells Kendi Burness-Cowan about empowering older women who are living on their own and encouraging those wanting to learn new skills.
 
This month is supported by the Country Women's Association of New South Wales.