Annette English and her husband Daniel Morgan were both working high pressure jobs in Sydney. Their commute to work could take up to an hour, despite living 5kms from the CBD. Daniel was originally from Scone and his mother was ill.
Colin and Tammy Selwood moved from Melbourne to Scone with their son Jackson in 2015 to open The Cottage Restaurant. They’ve created an exceptional restaurant in Scone and employ a team of 15 people, providing them a wonderful opportunity to further their career in hospitality.
Michael Burke is a partner at MacCallum Inglis after joining the business and having now invested in the MacCallum Inglis business. He is passionate about Scone and its community and is on the Scone Revitalisation Committee. He is also a big golf fan and tries to slip in as much golf as possible juggling busy family life.
Daniel and Belinda Zammit moved from Sydney to Scone in 2016. With three young children, lifestyle, community and proximity were becoming a greater priority. Training and a background at McDonald’s along with other business experience at a GM level, led Daniel along with his wife Belinda, to take up a McDonalds Licensee for McDonalds Scone.
David Gatwood was constantly travelling in his Asia Pacific role at AMEX and barely touching down to see the family. He and his wife Cathy decided to move to Scone with their daughters Hannah and Sarah, a few years ago for a change in lifestyle, pace and more family time.
Elizabeth and Peter Mackenzie moved from Brisbane down to Scone, both in their 80’s. Their daughter, Louisa had settled in on a cattle property outside Scone. Peter was living with Dementia. It was nearing time to take the next step of settling him into residential care.
When investigating the possibility of moving regionally Duncan and Polly Yuille were told “the only regret you’ll have is that you didn’t do it sooner.” Nearly eight years later – with three boys in school, meaningful careers and a life filled with friends and fun – they couldn’t agree more.