No, not the music - well some of it is okay, I guess. Country people, places, scenery, lifestyle - that sort of country!
I've just got back from four days away "country" delivering training. My first port of call was a place called Northam, about 100km east of where I live. I was there for three days and had a great time. The guys in the office and in my training courses were fantastic. (There was a little hiccup with the computers not arriving in time for the first scheduled course but that was the only downside to the trip).
I then headed further east (about 150kms) to Merredin. Same thing - although I was only there a day.
The drive was nice - didn't encounter any roos although saw quite a few dead ones on the side of the road - and accommodation although wasn't five star (nor four, three ... ) it was adequate. One thing that was a bit sad is how dry the country-side is looking. There were a few fields of canola which looked pretty nice, but a couple of fields of wheat weren't doing too well.
I'm heading north next weekend - so it will be interesting to see if it's any greener up there.
PS If you're looking for a good burger when you're out that way, the roadhouse at Meckering is the place to stop!