The Lees

Sue and Malcolm are refugees from urban Fremantle who, in 1996, sought to carve a family hideaway in the unspoilt natural beauty of the south west of Western Australia .

Their aim is environmentally friendly, low production agriculture, in harmony with the local flora and fauna, and to create a home in the country.

They founded the Tarnagulla Farm enterprise on olive oil because of its significant health and culinary properties and later added the low-impact cultivation and production of banksia wildflowers.