Nomadic paramedic's search for forever home ends in north Queensland
Not many first-time home buyers make an eight-hectare regional property their first acquisition but for a nomadic paramedic the bushland of north Queensland whispered 'forever home'.
Not many first-time home buyers make an eight-hectare regional property their first acquisition.
A nomadic career saw Sahara Dry leave her affluent childhood home in Zimbabwe for university studies in Australia and subsequently led to stints in Launceston, Byron Bay and the Gold Coast before settling in regional Queensland.
The 35-year-old paramedic tried her hand at as many jobs as towns before finding her dream career and “forever home” in Ch…