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Welcome to a “Bush Renaissance”

From the city, country, to the way-out-back!

Over the last several decades many of our ties to the Australian bush have been uprooted – in more ways than one.

People are now wanting to connect to the Australian bush like never before.

The Bush Exchange is here to cultivate those connections – to the bush - and in turn, to each other.

Let’s unite on this platform by sharing stories and inspiration so we can all live a more connected, grounded, and authentic life.

Banner Illustration by Angela Mckay.

Australia Outback painting - the bush exchange
Richard Claremont
Emily Herbert for georgie robertson
 Pip Williams
Overland Travellers
Pip Williams for us at Glengower North
Jumbled Jacqui Turk
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Our Creators

We profile all the wonderful Creators that feature here at The Bush Exchange.

From artists to writers, from photographers to brands – we'll share exactly why we love them and how they connect us in some shape or form to the Australian bush!

Click on the hover links below to view a Creator's profile or view them all on our Creator page where you can search using our Category tabs.

Connecting you to the heart of the Australian bush

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge all First Peoples of this land and celebrate their enduring connections to Country, knowledge and stories.