GALAH. is a new independent print publication about regional Australia. A modern voice from the bush. There’s no advertising, just glorious heavy-stock pages of stories about art, architecture, farming and food that explore what it means to live in regional Australia today. This is not a publication to be read in one sitting.
Galah Issue 6 is a big 176 pages so that you can slowly devour it over the summer holidays, or wrap it up and pop it under the Christmas tree as a hefty gift. It’s full of beautiful images and fascinating stories from regional Australia, all centred around this issue’s theme of ‘Neighbours’.
Here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll find in Issue 06:
-Remember artist and activist Olive Pink
-Travel through deep time at the Canowindra Age of Fishes Museum
-Get to know a family of farmers tying to make solar work for them
-Spend time with the rock stars of the Western Australian art scene
-Go for a drink at a home-made pub in Tasmania
-Visit unique gardens in Central Victoria and the New England
-Hang out with ceramicists at both ends of Australia
-Meet two women leading the hard conversations around addiction and sexual abuse in regional communities
Discover how to be kinder in a post pandemic world
Meet Herb Smith the septuagenarian entrepreneur
Debate the merits of private schooling with Gabrielle Chan
Sit down to lunch with Belinda Jeffery.