Journalism

On the Cooper

nappamerrie

The alluvial flood plains of the Cooper Creek produce a rich bounty at Nappa Merrie Station...

 

Published: R.M. Williams OUTBACK Magazine - STATIONS 2014

Young Guns

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 Proud, passionate and determined, and with access to technologies their forebears could not have imagined, a new generation of young aussies is tackling head-on the challenges in the bush...

 

Published: R.M. Williams OUTBACK Magazine - April/May 2014

Aqua Intervention

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An audacious plan to re-create the Murray River’s natural flows is breathing new life into a northern Mallee oasis...

 

Published: R.M. Williams OUTBACK Magazine - December/January 2014

Hope springs north

foodbowlThe Northern Food Bowl has long been the El Dorado of Australian agriculture. Now, with the north's plentiful water and proximity to a burgeoning Asian middle class, there is a renewed push for irrigation developments there.

Published: R.M. Williams OUTBACK Magazine 01-10-2013

Heart of the Nation

stampy thumbnailChris Peberdy has a perfectly ordinary relationship with nine of the 10 saltwater crocodiles he keeps at his home near Darwin. "I look after them, and they don't eat me," he explains. Photography: Nathan Dyer. Words: Ross Bilton.

 

Published: The Weekend Australian Magazine 30-11-2013

Birdsville baker

dustymillerSelf-taught baker Dusty Miller has turned a dream into outback reality with the Birdsville Bakery. Story and photos: Nathan Dyer

Published: R.M. Williams OUTBACK Magazine 01-10-2013

The missing link

missinglinkSeen by many as the missing link in Australia's railway grid, a link between Mildura and Menindee increasingly looks like becoming a reality. Words and photos: Nathan Dyer.

Published: R.M. Williams OUTBACK Magazine 01-06-2013

Woosha relishes marathon test

wooshaUnencumbered by the emotional end to his tenure as West Coast coach, John Worsfold has vowed to test his mental and physical capacity in the New York Marathon in November. Photos: Nathan Dyer. Story: Steve Butler.

Published: The West Australian 26-09-2013

Orange empire

business lamattinaAustralia's largest carrot producer is a family business built on trust. Words and photos: Nathan Dyer.

Published: R.M. Williams OUTBACK Magazine 01/08/2013

Going with the flow

atworkDuncan Palmer and Luke Donovan are part of a team responsible for monitoring some of the most powerful and remote rivers in the country. Words and photos: Nathan Dyer.

Published: R.M. Williams OUTBACK Magazine 01-06-2013