A yarn well spun

For Marion Wheatland, the spinning wheel offers a “heart connection”, writes Jessica Seignarack.

Brad bounces back

In his eighth year at the Melbourne show as a stunt bike rider, Brad Burch has recovered from serious injury, writes Shelby Garlick.

There is a young cowboy

At just 20, Hayden King is one of the Show’s youngest cattle handlers. Thomas Cunningham reports.

A CWA life

Longtime member, Kaye Kyle is credited with this year’s first CWA show bags, writes Annelise Answerth.

The “Toorak diet”, country-style

Dissatisfied with the range of gluten-free foods on offer, Toni Matthews decided to take matters into her own hands, writes Justin Currie-Smith.

When the chips are down

Tasmanians Amanda and Dale Beams and their two sons are Australian wood chopping royalty, even travelling to the US each year to compete. Julia Hende and Pauline Csuba report.

Working with the Top Dogs

Carey Edwards rescues misunderstood, high energy Australian working dogs, dumped in suburban shelters. Carmen May reports.

The freestyle high

Despite the dangers, 32 year-old Robbie Marshall is taking freestyle motocross to new heights, writes Breeanna Tirant.