Australian Country Homes

COUNTRY COMES TO TOWN

Bronwyn Wruck was a flying instructor based in Moree in northern NSW when she first met husband-to-be, James. His work as a cotton agronomist took them to Tamworth and Toowoomba before both received job offers in Brisbane. However, for this couple, moving to the city didn’t mean completely forsaking a country lifestyle. Rather than buying a typical urban property, they managed to find a grand, historic home right in the

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