From an inner city ‘sun-trap’ to a glass walled beach house to a utopian farm, these are the homes defining the future of green living.
More and more families in the suburbs are turning to the land for the lifestyle and diet they desire.
These incredible eco-friendly homes are saving the environment and saving their owners plenty in energy costs. These are Australia’s top 100 sustainable homes.
WA is blessed with countless hidden gems. With the pandemic making travel difficult, Sandgropers are turning to the many picturesque hotspots in our own backyard. And now we have another.
Just because you live in a unit or rent doesn’t mean you can’t transform your outdoor space into something special. Here’s how to get started.
Avril Treasure and Sophie Thomson
The ‘Bowerbird approach’ to homemaking revolutionised this Bondi pad, and has turned it into one of airbnb’s most sought-after stays.
With a week of school holidays to go, experts spill their secrets on the best spots within a few hours of the city, yet off the beaten track.
The latest backyard trends and special water features can ensure your pool perfectly complements your at-home lifestyle.
Making the most of your home and garden has never been more important. But you need to make sure you start in the right place.
A handful of stunning pools, that provide a unique insight into the North Queensland lifestyle, have been rated as the best in Australia.
A STUNNING Darwin ‘waterfall’ pool, that provides a great insight into the North Territory lifestyle has been rated as one of Australia’s greatest pools.
James MacSmith and Tom Bowden
Our love of the backyard pool has hit new heights with an incredible surge in demand. See the list and vote for your favourite.
The once humble backyard pool has become the new must-have status symbol as builders and real estate agents struggle to keep up with skyrocketing demand.
With WA’s borders shut, it’s time to hit our city as a tourist. We share the lowdown on the hotspots to explore this winter.
We can’t afford to hibernate this winter after finally coming out of isolation.
Raquel de Brito
A Recfishwest trial program for fish aggregating devices in WA has produced exciting results across the state.
The usual long-weekend activities and outings might be on hold but there’s plenty of fun to be had just outside your door this long weekend.
They were built for toddlers and teens to release their endless energy — but they now look like crime scenes, cordoned off so those same children will stay away.
When youngster Griffin Collins tried out a new rod for the first time little did he know he’d be reeling in a massive dhufish that weighed nearly as much as him.
Perth and picnics go together like summer and a post-work dip in the ocean. We uncover some of the best locations.
WA adventure equipment retailer Mainpeak has emerged as another victim of the horror retail climate after calling in an administrator
Off-road and on-road, versatile Jeep Gladiator looks set to win Australian hearts and minds once more
The Geraldton region is a haven for four-wheel-driving, according to the president of a local club.
When 12-year-old Flynn Lowden joined some crayfishing gurus he realised he wasn’t too bad at pulling pots, in fact, he was a natural.
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