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Living the Good Life

The Evans clan – Bohdan, Catherine and their three children – obviously take their custodianship of land quite seriously. In the late 1800s, William Evans, ancestor to Bohdan, was assistant keeper at the Cape Otway lighthouse with his wife Catherine, a job that took incredible dedication and required enormous sacrifice (two of their children are buried in the Cape Otway cemetery).

“They are committed to not using any synthetic products...”

Fast forward to 2019 and you have Bohdan and wife Catherine Evans

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