About this series

Welcome to Series Two of My Cape York Life. 

Cape York is an incredible place - around 137,000 square kilometres of beautiful waterways and lagoons, pristine rainforest, tropical savannas, and endless red-dirt roads.

In this second series, we travel the diverse landscapes of central Cape York, and the south-east coast - speaking with graziers, conservationists, Traditional Owners, an artist and a local government councillor.  

The theme music is Midday Blues by Tate Peterson used under a Creative Commons licence; and Cape York by Black Image Band, used with permission from Vince Harrigan, Black Image Band.

This series is hosted by Cape York NRM's Lyndal Scobell, and produced by Richard Dinnen. Cape York NRM's on-line team are Ben Lister and Robyn May.

My Cape York Life was conceived in 2016, when staff from Cape York NRM and South Cape York Catchments were seeking a unique way to share Cape York's with the world.

My Cape York Life is brought to you by Cape York NRM, with support from the Australian Government's National Landcare Programme.

Tom and Sue Shepherd - Artemis Station

MCYL S2 Tom Shepherd

We begin the second series of My Cape York Life on Artemis Station, a cattle property in the heart of Cape York.  Artemis is a 125 thousand hectare property midway between Coen and Laura. The property has been in the Shepherd family for about 100 years and is run by Tom and Sue Shepherd.

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Jessie and Claire Price-Decle, Saltwater Creek.  Photo: Lyndal Scobell

My Cape York Life Series Two

Stories from the people who live, breathe and work Cape York Peninsula, managing the land and our future.

First episode available Friday 16 March 2018.

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