5 Reasons to Watch McLeod’s Daughters

You learn a lot about farming in Australia. You get to see lots of hunky guys squinting in the sun, sometimes shirtless. You get to work on your Australian accent because, before long, you’ll be mocking the characters. It turns so soapy that you could wash with it. You get to see feminism in action. As a self-professed Australiaphile, I seek out Australian culture wherever I can and, luckily for me, Netflix is close by. Eight seasons and 224 episodes, at around 45 minutes a piece means that I’ve lived in Drovers Run Land for many, many nights. McLeod’s Daughters, to … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Watch McLeod’s Daughters