Australian Country Homes

Life in the saddle

Live life to the fullest … for most of us that’s a nice sentiment on a greeting card or a lofty goal set ambitiously at the outset of a new year. For Kate Pilcher, it’s the only way to be — it’s her reality.

The mother of two is passionate about her family (husband Steven and girls Finn and Winifred), the bush, and horses. These are the centre of her universe, so there’s no room for the normal stresses of a nine-to-five office job, a bumper-to-bumper highway commute, or deadlines she doesn’t dictate. She’s living a life she loves on her lush 17-acre

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