The Hunter Valley is where I called home for much of my life. It’s where my family had a farm for many years. The farm is gone now, but this: This is still my home.
It’s an area most famous for its award-winning wines but it’s also a place where sheep are raised, wheat is grown, champion racehorses are bred and delicious dairy is produced. It’s also a place – now – where coal ripped from the earth, forever marking the land and beauty of the area.
I want to share what I found – and continue to find – to be beautiful side of the Hunter Valley.
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