Scott Bevan renews his acquaintance with the Hunter River and its people and writes about the journey in a new version of his original book in Return To The Hunter

Louise Nichols
Updated September 27 2023 - 12:02pm, first published September 26 2023 - 2:21pm
Scott Bevan paddling down the Hunter River near Jerrys Plains. Picture by Nick Raschke
Scott Bevan paddling down the Hunter River near Jerrys Plains. Picture by Nick Raschke

Paddling down one of the east coast's major coastal river systems appears to have become addictive for journalist and author Scott Bevan.

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Louise Nichols

Louise Nichols

Senior journalist

From cattle to coal. Once a specialist agriculture writer today its about community, in particular, the Upper Hunter. I have lived and worked in the region for more than 30 years. Land use issues and the future direction of our region. But you cannot take ag out of the picture - our food and how we grow it is the basis of all life. Covering the Hunter and Mid North Coast rural issues is now part of my role with ACM.

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