A stunning Outback story in the West Weekend magazine

“The landscape, it sort of draws you in and gets in your blood I suppose. I can’t imagine living anywhere else.” – Robin Pensini, Cheela Plains Station

Robin's story of life on the land in a remote part of WA's Outback features in today's West Weekend magazine. Read the full story online here.

You can also read more about Evan and Robin, and their support for pastoral law reform in WA, in this story from last year.

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Photos by Dan Avila/Australia's North West Tourism

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