It was a yearning to share the cultural and spiritual connection traditional bush tucker has offered her that prompted Sharon Winsor to develop a range of quality native products. As a youngster growing up in the western NSW town of Mudgee, Sharon (below), a proud Ngemba Weilwan woman, spent much of her spare time collecting bush fruits and catching yabbies.
It was a career-ending back injury that floated the idea of a wellness centre business, but the initial appeal was driven by Kerry and Scott Thurrowgood’s need for pain relief. At the age of 40, after 23 years as a roofer, Scott was told that he would never work on another one again.
Grace Shugg’s ‘snap’ decision to turn her attention to photography as a means of riding out the professional challenges she’s faced during the past 18 months is beginning to pay off. The self-made Gold Coast entrepreneur, a former model and Miss Australia Queensland State
There is no missing this bus … as you can see it is not only a ‘genuine piece of Australian history’ but also a sweet ride. Originally imported from the Flxible Company in the United States in 1947, this beauty’s arrival in Australia represented a new era in coach travel.