Narrabri

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!

Toby Osmond and Moree

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!

James Cave and Lisbon

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.

Lismore

I couldn’t resist the opportunity to ask people whether they were feeling optimistic or pessimistic about where Australia finds itself in these challenging global times. The answer is a fascinating blend of apprehensiveness and gratefulness.

Bernard Rooney and Northern NSW

Bernard is someone who has definitely embraced life in Northern New South Wales. He sat down with me on this episode of re:location to talk about working on one of the largest coffee farms in Australia, how he ended up in Nimbin and the incredible nature that defines this patch of the world. Have a listen:

Life over the border

I had to adjust to two realities. The first was that if I didn’t want to be in ‘lockdown’ then I would have to stay on the road. The second was that to be on the road I would need to get over the sense of guilt that goes with having that freedom.

Bellingen

On this edition on re:location, it's all about 'relocation' to Bellingen. Get to know this beautiful part of the world from a diverse cast of people who have moved there.

Albert Peter and Bourke

Albert is an absolute gem. He’s been in Bourke for the last two years and brought a pair of fresh eyes where he was able to find positives in a fairly grim setting on this edition of re:location.

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