A MAGICAL SPOT called home

When Trevor and Gillian Thornton’s daughter Victoria announced she was getting married to her partner Nathan, there was one place that sang out as the wedding venue — the Thorntons’ three-acre property in Nana Glen on the New South Wales mid-north coast.

“We’re lucky to have Nana Creek running for about 100m along our border,”

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