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Rosebank Farm, in South Western Victoria, is small, with Norton Creek running through it . After spending many years living and working in Melbourne, we brought our children back to the bush and have never regretted it.
The house is over 100 years old and is made from the two old houses for the original farm, which was about 102,000 acres. It was originally settled in 1842 and was known as "Rosebrook".  The property was divided up in 1892, and the 30,000 acre parcel, including our homestead, was then renamed "Rosebank". Since then, the property has been further subdivided many times, and is now only a small parcel of land, just big enough for us to live with plenty of space around us: it is the ultimate in privacy. We agist horses and also run a few sheep.
I have established a business milling timber found around our area, or up in the desert area on the Darling River near Pooncarie. I then use this timber to make anything from pens to tables, and everything in between.
Tracey  is a pharmacist at the base hospital and enjoys travelling in the bush with me and reading. My passions are my family (of course), old cars, writing poetry, short stories, and articles for commercial magazines; and going bush with everything that involves, from 4W driving to bird watching.
And of course, our animals and pets have a special place in our life.


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