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New hands on tired land

Three minutes from Yankalilla’s Main Street and I’m at Cockatoo Creek Farm. Atop the eighty-acre property I see the dune-fringed Normanville coastline in one direction; in the other, Mount Hayfield blanketed in dense scrub.

In January 2018, during the region’s

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