I make the case that in 2031 a thriving economy is one where the well-being of the community is at the heart of planning and decision making.
While many inconsistencies remain, there is hope that a more diverse face of Australia will eventually put to rest ambivalence and misdirection in Canberra.
Sometimes I feel the pressing weight of familiarity but most days I still feel that the window of exploration is well and truly open.
After returning from life on the road, I spent some time thinking about ‘what’ as opposed to ‘where’ I would like to explore.
Being in the right part, of the right country, at the right time has opened the door for so much exploration.
When the rains came, they told me I was ‘stuck’. Unless I wanted to retrace my steps back along the bitumen, travelling the Oodnadatta Track would require an extreme patience and a real slowing down.
On this edition of re:location I talk with the team behind the documentary, Matt Richmond (director) and Jon Michael Ryan (cinematographer) about Chicago and the film, 'Das Brauhaus: a German-American fairytale'
It’s often said that Australians hug the coast. What I’ve learnt travelling across New South Wales is that we cling to the Great Dividing Range.
On this edition of re:location I talk with James Cave about all things Lisbon, his interesting connection with the city and country and setting up the website Portugalist. He's a great guy and it's interesting chat about mixed identity. Have a listen.