In this edition of re:location, I talked with Lucy Graham, Cairns and Far North Environment Centre (CAFNEC) Director about Tropical North Queensland's incredible environment. We chatted about her work with CAFNEC, the incredible nature that you will find in this part of the world and the community's strong history of activism in pushing for environmental protection.
This edition of re:location is about life in Karumba. This is a town with a real sense of ease and calm, and where nature rules. Nestled in the south east pocket of the Gulf of Carpentaria, I talk with a few of Karumba's 500 locals about what makes town tick, barramundi and life alongside crocodiles.
Luis and Almu are two very adventurous spirits who managed to find themselves in South Australia's smallest town. This edition of re:location is about their journey and life in William Creek.
On this special 21st edition of re:location, we’re looking back at the conversations that have featured on the show since we started in April. In a year that’s been characterised by challenge and loss – people have been forced to find positives and get to know their cities better. It's been fascinating hearing them reflect on 'home'. Have a listen!
It was super talking with Timmy D on the third and final part of this series on Walgett. I was grateful for how he shared his special connection with town and the surrounding area, how it stems from his love of family, and their long connection with this part of Australia. Have a listen!
On part two of this edition of re:location, I chat with Charlie Chen a local businessman and entrepreneur who’s originally from China. Charlie has an incredible story. It’s a story of a desire to push what migrating to Australia could offer, incredible ingenuity and how he fell in love with Walgett. Have a listen!
On this edition of re:location Penny and I talked about some of the challenges that the town is facing, how this translates into Thiyama-li's work and what she loves about the people who call Walgett home.
The world hasn’t stopped spinning as a result of the pandemic, and in Narrabri the environment continues to be a much more powerful player in shaping futures. This edition of re:location is about the town's close-knit community and the impact of drought. Have a listen!
On this edition of re:location I talk with Toby Osmond, the Gallery Director at the Yaama Ganu Gallery. Toby has a really interesting background, we talk about Moree, the gallery and what Toby is enjoying about being back inland. Have a listen!