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Q&A with FRANKiE4 Footwear founder, Caroline McCulloch
Goondiwindi girl Caroline McCulloch has faced her fair share of challenges along her business journey. As founder of the multiple award-winning footwear brand, FRANKiE4, she chats with Graziher about life, business and her country upbringing.Read more
2021 Boarding School Guide
Welcome to Graziher's 2021 Boarding School Guide! Boarding school is something that many children from rural, regional and remote areas experience in their lives. It can be one of the greatest experiences – making life long friends; getting a great education; and being offered amazing extra-curricular activities.Read more
A golden opportunity
For Megan Gooding, diversifying her farm and business in WA's Wheatbelt meant taking an innovative approach that has brought both challenges and successes.Read more
Five tips to style your home for Christmas
Get your home into the festive spirit with these decorating ideas from Michelle Ludwig of Our Mountain Life. 1. First Impressions “Make your entry way stand out,” says Michelle, who recommends keeping things classic (try this faux pine wreath from Farmgate & Twine) or opting for native florals. “Add some fairy lights to your wreath for […]Read more
Floods, a wedding and a horse sale: how Sisters Of The North was born
Susan Dowling, co-founder of the million-dollar flood response charity, has recently been nominated for Woman of the Year in the Queensland Rural Regional and Remote Women’s Network's Strong Women in Leadership awards. Here, she reflects on how Sisters of The North came to be.Read more
Five minutes with the founder of Hello Parker & Co
View South Australian-based maker Grace Simpson launched her own business in 2019 after struggling to find Australian-made personalised gifts. She chats all things Hello Parker & Co with Graziher. Tell me a bit about your background and how Hello Parker & Co started?I live on a farm in Tintinara, SA with my husband and 2-year-old son Parker. When […]Read more