Episode 37. Hannah Purss – From city girl to cameleer to cattle stations

After 36 episodes talking about cattle, we thought we’d mix it up and talk about another four-legged herbivore that is also found on many cattle stations… camels!

Our guest today is an incredible woman named Hannah, who, as you’re about to learn, knows an awful lot about camels and has no shortage of yarns about them!

Hannah has managed to fit an incredible amount into her life so far, and in this episode shares stories about living all over the world; falling in love in the Northern Territory, and; finding her purpose working with camels. She also talks about the opportunities for camels in the pastoral industry.

In this episode Hannah mentions the short film “Judas Collar” – learn more here: https://judascollar.com

You can follow Hannah on Instagram at @hannahpurss

You can listen to the episode on the Apple Podcast app by clicking here, on the Spotify app by clicking here or through the media player below.

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This episode is supported by Direct Drilling. Direct Drilling is a locally owned family drilling company based in Kununurra, servicing the Kimberley and Northern Territory. All Drillers are nationally licensed with the Australian Drilling Industry Association ensuring best practice, the protection of water resources, and guaranteeing the life of the bore. Find out more at directdrill.com.au