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Galah Magazine

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Galah is a love letter to regional Australia. The people who live here. The unique landscapes. The amazing stories.

There is no advertising in Issue 1. This is a publication for our readers, and we want you to be able to treasure each issue without having to flick through pages of ads before you get to the good stuff.

GALAH. is a new independent print publication about regional Australia. A modern voice from the bush. There's no advertising, just 160 glorious heavy-stock pages of stories about art, architecture, farming and food that explore what it means to live in regional Australia today. This is not a publication to be read in one sitting.

Issue 1 NOW SOLD OUT contributors include Annabelle Hickson, Trisha Dixon, Jayne Cuddihy, Tim Ross, Sophie Hansen, Michelle Crawford and Claire Takacs.

There are articles about art, architecture, gardening and food, as well as some fabulous pieces exploring the Issue 1 theme of ‘Limitations’.

Issue 2 NOW SOLD OUT Contributors include Julie Gibbs, Maggie McKellar, Megan Morton, Tim Ross, Annabelle Hickson, Meg Mason, Zoe Young and many other wonderfully talented writers, photographers and artists. 

Issue 3 NOW SOLD OUT Contributors include writers Gabrielle Chan, Julie Gibbs, Annabelle Hickson, Meg Mason, Maggie McKellar, and photographers Sean Izzard, Georgie Mann, Anson Smart, Pip Farquharson, Luisa Brimble and Lean Timms. We feature regional artists, adventurers, and entrepreneurs. 

The cover photograph, Pink Lakes, is by the incredibly talented, Georgie Mann, from regional western Victoria. 

Issue 4 AVAILABLE NOW

All about water. 

Author and journalist Gabrielle Chan, with her idiosyncratic clarity, explores our water trading system and wonders if applying the free market philosophy to it is a good thing. Author and lawyer, Richard Beasley SC, shares some of his learnings from his time as Counsel Assisting the SA Royal Commission into the Murray Darling Basin Plan.
What do you do then nothing is certain? When tectonic plates shift, when it doesn’t rain, when rules change and when marriages end? Editor Annabelle Hickson visits the Murray River community of Barham on the NSW-Victoria border to try to find some answers.
We visit Jill Wran in her garden on the New South Wales Central Coast and marvel at the beauty of her private retreat from a public life.
And then we hop on a light plane and head to Haggerstone Island, 600km north of Cairns, nestled amongst the colourful reefs and pristine waters of the Great Barrier Reef.  Galah Issue 4 is an exploration and celebration of regional Australia of epic proportions. We hope you enjoy it.

ISSUE FIVE AVAILABLE NOW Galah’s  Make Australia Make Again issue is full of questions like ‘what can we make today?’ ‘What will serve us?’ And, perhaps most importantly, ‘what will satisfy us?’

We sit down with manufacturers, artists and economists, with saddlers and woodworkers and cooks. We quit work, we visit a town as it reverses it’s boom-to-bust past. We watch millions of dollars pour into the arts across regional Australia. We meet a woman who thinks nothing of hand stitching a quilt for six months, we visit an artist in a banana packing shed, we deck out an old train carriage with modern Australian fabrics. We fall in love over persimmons and we make a garden from scratch.

Our regulars Meg Mason, Gabrielle Chan, Fiona Bateman, Mark McGinness and Aunty Maude are joined by a new kid on the block .. a seasoned regional GP, who sends dispatches from his remote posts. He describes himself as grumpy but his letters are full of love. Make a beeline for this issue celebrating all things regional Australia.