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From a woman who found the antidote to her painful restless leg syndrome to the family who bought a rundown dairy farm and found their higher calling, My Way shares more stories from passionate Australians this Saturday at 12pm on Nine.
First, narrator Tim Blackwell takes viewers to the coastal hinterland of Byron Bay where Pam and Martin Brook moved more than 30 years ago after yearning for a sea change. With the intention of transforming a rundown dairy farm into a macadamia orchard, the Brooks found a greater purpose when they discovered they could regenerate the land’s natural rainforest while growing a business. Now they have fostered a family legacy for sustainable practices.
Armed with the knowledge passed on from their parents, Pam and Martin Brooks, sons Will and Eddie, have taken the reins on the Brookfarm business, and created an exciting new venture as a result – the award-winning Cape Byron Distillery.
It was the discovery of trail running that allowed Kathryn Austin to manage her painful restless leg syndrome. Little did she know it would take her around the world, competing in ultra-endurance events throughout Australia and Europe. Her antidote has enabled this Queensland mum to become an active and inspirational member of the trail-running community.
Then we meet the man behind Seven82 Motors, Ben Atkinson, who restored his first car to help bond with his ailing father. It inspired a career in car restoration that is being passed on to his son cementing the same bond Ben had with his father. With a spectacular collection of his own, Ben travels the globe to restore classic vehicles for a niche market of car lovers.
MY WAY: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, AT 12PM ON NINE & 9NOW
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