Floods, a wedding and a horse sale: how Sisters Of The North was born
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.
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Five minutes with the founder of Hello Parker & Co
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 […]
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When my Eldest Started at Boarding School
When my Eldest Started at Boarding School
Words and photography contributed by Jessie Persse for the QLD ICPA, published in the  Graziher Boarding School Guide. Three years ago, when my eldest started at Boarding School, I had every man and his dog ask me if I was okay. I was fine. I’d had twelve years to wrap my head around my children […]
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The Huddle x Pip Brett Interview
The Huddle x Pip Brett Interview
Previous Next Brought to you in conjunction with Graziher caught up with  Pip Brett, Owner of  Jumbled  +  Iglou  in Orange to chat all things  The Huddle 2020 The Huddle, what is it, tell us all the things! PIP:  “I have been dreaming of this business event for years; a huddle of my favourite inspiring […]
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The Bush Farewells Iconic Weengallon Pink Ladies Day
The Bush Farewells Iconic Weengallon Pink Ladies Day
Words and photography by Grace Cobb. Twenty years ago, when 70 women gathered in a tin shed in the Queensland town of Weengallon, they could never have known what they had started.  LEFT TO RIGHT: WPLD President Emma Montgomery, Kellie Mitchell, hostess-with-the-mostess Sally Rigney and Georgina Donelan. That first event was a fundraiser to buy cleaning […]
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Why I Feel Guilty to be a Farmer’s Daughter
Why I Feel Guilty to be a Farmer’s Daughter
Braced with nothing but an Agricultural Science degree from Sydney University and fond memories of visiting his family’s hobby farm when he was a child, my dad gave up his life in Sydney and moved to Moree in his late thirties to “have a go” at farming.
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Letters To The Editor – #15 Winter
Letters To The Editor – #15 Winter
Letters To The Editor Photography from Hannah Hacon – PhotographerThese Letters to the Editor were published in our #15 Winter issue of Graziher magazine.  WINNER Dear Graziher, I just wanted to pen this short letter of gratitude to all the women across Australia for doing what they do every day, and to you, for highlighting it. I am a backpacker from […]
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Sara Grills
Sara Grills
Sara Grills has lived and breathed stock horses her whole life, from using them on her family’s farm as a child and utilising their skill and agility during polocrosse matches, to successfully breeding them through the family business, Berragoon ASH Stud in Holbrook NSW.  The Grills family (Lucy, Jim and Abbott are all on the  […]
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Suzette Thomas
Suzette Thomas
Suzette Thomas from Muchea, WA is one of four females who will represent Australia in the  Adina Polocrosse World Cup 2019 , taking place in  Warwick, QLD from 22-28 April 2019.   Suzette is a country girl through and through, and we spoke to her to find out how she juggles her polocrosse commitments, start […]
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ZOE HAYES
ZOE HAYES
“So we’ll just start off with some simple questions like who are you; who is Zoe Hayes?”A question I’ve found so daunting in the last few weeks. I don’t really know where it came from or how I ended up here but here I am, making my small impact on the world and it’s humbling […]
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ALICE FARGHER // BUSH THERAPY
ALICE FARGHER // BUSH THERAPY
Alice, can you squeeze my hand?” Lying on an operating table, the fluorescent surgical lights are shining in on Alice’s brain tissue, and the surgeons are asking her questions. A circular piece of her skull has been removed and is sitting on a stainless steel trolley across the room. A sea of blue scrubs and white […]
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SHONA MCROBERT | WHISKY DISTILLER
SHONA MCROBERT | WHISKY DISTILLER
This interview was published as a collaboration by the team at Creative Consulting and Graziher is proud to support their month-long series of #ruralregional women. What inspires you? Creative people, nature, music, art, literature How did your project/business idea come about? After years working in the wine industry I trained as a Whisky/Gin Distiller at Lark Distillery […]
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