Popular lifestyle program Better Homes and Gardens will showcase some of NSW’s spectacular towns and tourism businesses with the entire 90-minute program filmed on location around the state.
The Channel 7 program filmed the Epic Adventure across NSW earlier this year, with each presenter exploring a different area of the state including the Forbes and Parkes region.
The exclusive NSW episode was secured by the NSW Government through tourism and major events agency Destination NSW to support the recovery of the state’s visitor economy.
NSW Nationals Upper House MP, Sam Farraway, said both Parkes and Forbes had many unique experiences on offer to visitors. “It’s really exciting for regional communities to be featured on Better Homes and
Find it in Forbes this Gardens, beaming into living rooms around the country where holidaymakers may be planning their next NSW escape.”
Better Homes and Gardens Ed Halmagyi went fishing with Brayden Stephens from Loomzy’s Fish N Fix before cooking up a Golden Perch that Brayden caught. Brayden said: “It was really good, we just went down to Cottons Weir, they wanted to go somewhere close. We caught a Cod but were after a Yellow Belly, luckily I caught one the day before that was used in the show.”
Better Homes and Gardens Executive Producer Russell Palmer said: “The NSW Road Trip episode expands that focus to show the heart and soul of New South Wales, why so many Aussies love hitting the road, and the people and places they encounter along the way.”