The new edition of the Mildura Living Magazine is out and I’m in there!!! There’s a picture of the crowd at the opening of the Mildura Eco Village and there I am!! I’m glad I ironed the back of my pants because all you can see are the backs of people who attended. I really love the Eco Village and enjoyed returning there to to see Costa Georgiadis plant up one of the Community Garden’s raised beds and give us some wonderful advice for gardening in our Mildura climate.
There was a great article by Kirsten Lloyd about Mildura Real Estate. She has written about the new Mildura Golf Club Resort display home, “The Albatross” built by Lock Star homes. WOW! The pictures taken by Darren Seiler are amazing as per usual. One thing that took my eye was an outdoor green garden wall. I’d seen a similar garden feature at the Wooden Door Cafe. It is a great use of space and it looks so effective.
I was so pleased to read about the delightful Meg Sullivan’s beautiful garden by Margot Mills. Corey Brown has done a great job of capturing the gorgeousness of Meg’s garden. I rekindled my study of piano with Meg a couple of years ago and she is a fabulous teacher. She has a very dry wit and is so encouraging of her students. If you are considering piano lessons for yourself or your children I highly recommend her.
It was great to see another interesting article on local producers. This time Asparagus farmers Wayne and Lisa Stephens. Lyndall Vandenberg has shared some wonderful Asparagus recipes. I am definitely going to try her Pickled Asparagus recipe.
Finally there is a feature of one of my dear work colleagues daughter’s wedding day (photos by Darren Seiler). Rebecca looked stunning and the photos captured her farm wedding. It was held at the couple’s property in Patchewollock. It looked like a lot of fun.
That’s it for 2013 for Mildura Living Magazine. I look forward to the Autumn edition next year. Did you know you can get the Mildura Living Magazine delivered right to your door? All you need to do is subscribe. Click here to visit their website. This would also make a great Christmas present don’t you think?
P.S We (Your Mildura) are in no way, aligned, paid by or associated with the Mildura Living Magazine. We believe the magazine is a great asset for our lovely region. Another way Mildura will attract more visitors and that’s a great thing for all of us.