I sit on the southern slope of Nest Hill, looking back across the Murray Valley from its very edge. This is the watershed – the northern side of Nest Hill falls into the Murrumbidgee. The view takes in the Kosciusko Main Range, south to Table Top, and out across the eastern Riverina to the western… Continue reading A view from the edge
a letter to the editor on the need for compassion following the Christchurch attacks . . .
A short story by Raylene Brown set in the Snowy Mountains. It was first published in story.book: a collection of fiction (long and short), Unbound Press & Spilling Ink Review's Prize -Winning Fiction 2011.
Alice Manfield was a guide on Mount Buffalo. She was also a gifted photographer and a ground-breaking naturalist.
The Crimson Spider Orchid is unique to the Albury, Chiltern and Dederang areas. It is fragile and endangered. But there is new hope.
A local botanical artist has had the opportunity to create a work representing our region's endangered Crimson Spider Orchid.