November 29, 2020

Combatting COVID

On Monday, 137 days since the New South Wales Government closed its border with Victoria due to COVID19, the border reopened. 28 separate NSW police deployments along with army personnel manned the Tocumwal checkpoint 24hours/day, mostly doing 5-7 day stints. As a memento of their time stationed in our area cricket bats where handcrafted & signed by police from some of the deployments & are now on display at the Tocumwal Visitor Information Centre

Such a lovely way to commemorate the upheaval of the last few months.



November 26, 2020

The response to my cookbook has been amazing. The Farm-ily Cookbook can now be found in kitchens all around Australia & even some overseas. 

Thank you so much for your support. 

A reprint has arrived. Cookbooks are available online or from a growing list of stockists. 
More information here


November 12, 2020

The 8th Farm-ily Calendar is here!! 

Featuring favourite Farm-ily photos from the year the 2021 Calendar can be purchased online in the Farm-ily shopLocally the calendar is available at Daisy Mae’s in Finley, Blue Highways Gallery in Berrigan and the Tocumwal Post Office.


November 11, 2020

A big round the clock effort to get all baled, stacked and capped before this afternoon’s rain. 
Good job team!


November 2, 2020

Reutilise Ute Sculpture in Deniliquin is by local scrap metal artist Stuart Taylor

It is part of The Long Paddock’s ARTback outdoor sculpture series located along the Moama to Wilcannia touring route.