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Clockwise from top left: Eric Woodham; Emily Batterham with her daughter; nine of Jennifer's kids: Holly, Emily, Felicity, Abbey, Hayley, Matthew, Ebony, Jaxon and Shelby; and NSW South Coast kids keep warm by a fire.

Clockwise from top left: Eric Woodham; Emily Batterham with her daughter; nine of Jennifer’s kids: Holly, Emily, Felicity, Abbey, Hayley, Matthew, Ebony, Jaxon and Shelby; and NSW South Coast kids keep warm by a fire.

From living in cars to living in tents, it seems Australian families are being pushed to the brink as rural and regional rental markets skyrocket on the back of a wave of tree-changers jumping into the property market.

COVID-19 has changed our lives in many ways, but one of the biggest impacts for those in country Australia is the change in the real…



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