Farmers open their properties to tourists to ease the financial strain caused by drought
Tourists are being encouraged to head to a drought-affected area for a holiday as some farmers diversify their operations and open their properties for farm stays. Despite heavy rainfall in Sydney in recent weeks, many parts of New South Wales are still suffering through the drought, prompting farmers to look for new ways to alleviate financial pressures.
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