The Daily Post 4 MIN READ

Towards the end of last year I was fortunate enough to interview Marne Levine the Chief Operations Officer at Instagram. Levine was in Australia to launch the new suite of Instagram for Business tools into our region first because of the high penetration rates that Facebook mobile and Instagram experience here. What I found even more amazing from our chat was that many business owners, entrepreneurs and artists from regional Australia had set up exclusive online presences on apps like Instagram in lieu of  a company website. I do think that will change as rural Australia becomes more connected with the roll out of the NBN. I certainly hope that regional entrepreneurs like those listed below keep on sharing what are some simply stunning visual moments.

Warning: There are no shit-house “look at my lunch” shots or “Laughing, slightly bent forward – beach in the background – no, really this is completely candid” shots to be found here. 

@55Chris | Rural Victoria

Where business meets art. If you are into a good landscape shot you will get lost for hours looking at Chris’ thread.

@Graziher | A magazine about business and life for regional women

Claire has created a great resource for female entrepreneurs the original photography and art in each quarterly issue is breathtaking.


Picking flowers in outback Queensland. Sent in from @chlobietrice #wildflowers #blackall #graziher

A photo posted by GRAZIHER (@graziher) on

@locallovely | Winner of the 2016 Rural Entrepreneur of the Year

Sophie is the founder of My Open Kitchen and runs a holistic deer farm near Orange in NSW.


@rachaellenehanphotography | How about a rural moment framed in your office building?

Rachel is an actual photographer, her work is available to purchase and hang on the walls of your own company.




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