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The Dirranbandi Rail and River Precinct

DR&R Logo Final_04.02.13 outlines

The Dirranbandi Rail and River Precinct is driven by a fabulous committee forging ahead in the development of a “special interest area” to be located in the heart of the town of Dirranbandi. The precinct will include landscaping, pathways, bridges and tunnels, themed gardens and amazing sculptures to engage people in the history and indeed the fascinating story of Dirranbandi-at the end of the railway line. Vigour Graphics has been commissioned to design and supply promotional material for this wonderful project.


Here is the 3 fold brochure with the full story and amazing photography from local photographers. Well done to DR&R Committee, there will be some big things coming from this outback community, so stay tuned. Till next time… Nat


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Happy Wednesday!

Easter has been and the holidays are gone, visiting family are back at home and we are well into this weeks hump-day. My head is still spinning from the fabulous Easter wedding we attended west of Dirranbandi, Qld. As photographers we meet up with many of the same people, also working at the wedding, like Catering Staff, Musicians, Bar Staff and Makeup Artists, Hairdressers and Wedding Planners. So when Bec (Out and About Photography) and I headed to outback Queensland for a shoot, and half of our home town were there, we knew this road-trip and sleep-over would be like no-other. And it was. As second photographer, I get to do lots of the fun stuff, like the boys before the wedding, all the details, the guests, the odd angles, the teary shots, the cake smashes, the uncles speeches and the food, as well as the arty Bride stuff. We even did run away bride on horses this time. All good fun.

So it’s Wednesday, I have far to much on my plate…again, I’m on a high, looking forward to and wishing time away to another adventure.

Here is some delicious Border Living, Autumn Edition, I said I would share with you. 

The cover features Moree Girls Carrie and Lindy. They are doing things “naturally”.

Dalby couple Adam and Edwina talk about adapting, not only between farms and life changing moves, but also about their new baby Paige.

Anthony and Merryn talk about their country home in Mungindi on the Barwon River, with images to die for, I really enjoyed laying this one out.

A Delicate Persuasion features a gourmet cafe in St George, Clare and her passion for food and cooking. These are just my favourites, story and design wise. To find out yours, you will have to pop on over to the Border Living Magazine website and subscribe. So Bye for now, I’m off dreaming about roadtrips and almonds, mudcake and girlfriends, and laughter so hard your face hurts.

Till next time. Nat

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