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Australia has long had a reputation for its high quality microbiology research. Naturally a large volume of that research is produced in our Go8 universities based in the big cities, and so often the smaller rural and regional universities are overlooked or forgotten. I thought I’d take some time and talk to an honour student from the University of New England (UNE), Armidale (NSW Northern Tablelands) to showcase some of the research being undertaken in the “bush.” It’s the country, so naturally I grabbed a tea and baked treat in the UNE Booloominbah Homestead and chatted with Toni Petronaitis: microbiology and cake-making* extraordinaire! (*I eagerly await the day Toni is on “cake day” duties for our department, she makes *amazing* cakes).