My Way on Channel 9 – My Way brings us another collection of Queenslanders turning their dreams into lifestyle reality this Sunday at 5.30pm on Channel 9 and 9Now.

Nestled in the Scenic Rim at her family farm is our very own Mad Natter, Natalee Schelbach, who is crazy about everything to do with hats. She found the inspiration to make rabbit fur hats on the farm, and as they became popular with family and friends she decided to hop into business. Mad Natter handcrafts timeless hats, perfect for city and country. Best of all, Natalee gets to do what she loves while being at home with her kids.

Ron Grant traded his running shoes for an art collection after running epic distances solo across Australia, including the Simpson Desert. Upon retirement he started buying artworks that reflect the places he ran through in his 30-year career.

It has now grown to a collection of more than 120 pieces, housed in the Two Galahs Gallery he and his wife Anne run in Toogoolawah. As well as Ron’s own art display, the gallery exhibits the work of over 150 local artists.

Jason ‘Jase’ Callendar of Brisbane paved his way as a pioneer of the Australian kombucha industry. After trying a cup of the fermented tea, his tastebuds came alive to the realisation that kombucha wasn’t widely available. So he experimented with his own formulas, outgrew his home lab, and moved to his daughter’s school kitchen. With Trace, the love of his life, Jase set up Buchi, a business that thrives in a perfect connection of brewmasters, farmers, community and nature.

As a child, Amber Cordingley-Erpf found an escape from the Sunshine Coast on her grandfather’s farm. As an adult, she moved into retail and resort management, with a love for history, historical buildings, and the stories associated with them. It led her to manage Cedar Glen Farmstay, a popular holiday spot with four cottages for families that meshes with Amber’s lifelong interests and plays to her inner child.

To catch these one of a kind Queenslanders doing what they love in one of a kind places, tune into My Way this Sunday at 5.30pm on Channel 9 and 9Now.

My Way on Channel 9 Brisbane and nationally on 9Now – Sunday 29 October, 2023 at 5.30pm.

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My Way on Channel 9

My Way on Channel 9
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