Hoofs and Horns Magazine
For more than 50 years from the mid-1940s onwards, R.M.Williams Hoofs and Horns magazine was the go-to publication of Australian riding. Now Hoofs and Horns – The Best of the 1940s and Today and Hoofs and Horns - The Best of the 1950s and Today bring this experience to today’s readers. These magazines showcase photos and stories from each era, as well as horsemen and women living and working in Australia today in specially designed digital editions.
The easy-to-read format of our Hoofs and Horns digital editions incorporates bonus content and an intuitive design. They are available to purchase through the OUTBACK app on iTunes or through Pocketmags.
There’s plenty of action in the pastoral sector right now. You’ll get an insider’s view when you read the 2016 edition of OUTBACK Stations. We’ve got fresh insight into some of the country’s most progressive agricultural properties, from Tasmania to the Gulf of Carpentaria, from the Kimberley to the Victorian High Country. You won’t want to miss it!
OUTBACK Stations is a must-read for by anyone with an interest in what’s going on in agriculture in the bush, and is now available as a specially designed digital edition. The issue is available to purchase through the OUTBACK app on iTunes or through Pocketmags.
Great Australians Magazine
Australia’s outback is full of amazing characters, many of whom have made substantial contributions to their communities or within their fields. R.M.Williams OUTBACK has gathered the stories of 20 remarkable Australians into a special one-shot magazine, Great Australians: Living Legends of the Bush. They are pastoralists, scientists, artists and adventurers. There’s a milliner, a social worker and a campdrafter, plus many more.
The easy-to-read digital format of Great Australians: Living Legends of the Bush incorporates bonus content and an intuitive design. It is available to purchase through the OUTBACK app on iTunes or through Pocketmags.