One of rural Australia’s leading podcast series that showcases the stories of everyday women across country Australia – the journeys and fascinating stories that have led them to a life on the land.
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Hosted by Angie Nisbet in the heart of outback Queensland, Married to the Land podcast series represents rural women and the intensely personal stories that have led them to exciting, passionate and fulfilling lives on the land. With more than 45,700 downloads across three seasons, Married to the Land podcast proudly represents a community of female listeners who live and breathe rural Australia.
As loyal supporters of like minded businesses entwined within the country community, Married to the Land is excited to offer limited opportunities to businesses across Australia to promote their organisation to a loyal, supportive and community-centred audience.
Hi, I’m Angie Nisbet, a born and bred country girl from North Western Queensland. I grew up on a cattle property and spent most of my life on the land. I am a rural mum of three and a wife. I have turned my hand to many professions throughout my life, all of which have had a strong link to the agricultural industry. I now live on my property, south of Hughenden with my FIFO husband (electrician) and my energetic son Hugo, curly locked blonde daughter Tilli and our easy going little babe Elka.
Having worked my whole life, the transition into motherhood was lonely at times. I was eager to find something to mesh together my love of the land and the inspiring women whom I have met along my journey and who have inspired me so far. There are truly some wonderful women right in our backyard, you honestly don’t have to search too far at all! I hope that you find enjoyment in the podcasts, some comfort, maybe a friend but most of all opportunities to grow, learn and support other rural women across the country.
Having always been from the bush I truly believe that rural women are amongst the most talented of our time. Between being mothers or wives to our significant other, working outdoors, being the teacher, cook, housekeeper, community member, sounding board, the admin lady and gardener, we truly do have an impressive resume.
Remember rural life can be lonely if you let it be, but I guarantee there is another rural woman who has a similar story just like yours!