Blog Tour: Aussie Farms

Want to climb aboard with me as I take you on a blog tour? Are you keen to find new blogs?
Jump on and join me as we spread the blog love, today we’re touring Aussie farms.

Chantille Fleur

Sarah from Chantille Fleur lives in North Queensland and blogs about life on an organic farm and taking pleasure in the simple; farming organically, baking bread, grinding spelt grains, using rapadura (attention caught:) and sharing her gorgeous photos.  I’ve only been reading Chantille Fleur for a short time but am very drawn to her dreamy pics, to her pace of life. She can also be found on instagram.

Coal Valley View

Mel at Coal Valley View lives on a strawberry farm in the Coal River Valley of Tasmania with her husband and five young children and she is simply delightful, really! Just love reading Mel’s thoughts, family happenings, farming projects, handcrafts and seeing her gorgeous photography. Her blog and instagram are musts.

Country Life Experiment
Jo at Country Life Experiment farms on the South Coast of New South Wales, with her husband and three children on his family’s farm.  Jo chats about country living, farm life, gardening, organisation and shares her terrific photos. I love it when Jo shares organisation tips and glimpses of family life in the country. You can also catch more of Jo’s pics on instagram.
Foxs Lane

Kate at Foxs Lane farms in country Victoria, with her husband and three girls on their apple orchard. Kate blogs about enjoying the simple pleasures of life, savouring the everyday as she organically farms, bakes and delves into handcrafts.  She demonstates how photography can tell a story, I just love her creativity. Kate can also be found on instagram.

The Shady Baker

Jane at The Shady Baker farms in Outback New South Wales with her husband and two children. She chats about outback living, her thoughts, baking bread, including sourdough, cooking, growing veggies, teaching her children via distance education and she takes fascinating photos which she also shares on instagram.

Five lovely, interesting ladies, do pop on over and visit.

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