McLeod's Daughters (TV Series 2001– ) Poster

(2001– )


The show is filmed on location on what had been a working farm (until it was purchased in 1999 by the show's production company) in South Australia near Adelaide. The interior scenes at Drovers Run are filmed inside the farm's 150-year-old house.
Lisa Chappell, who played Claire during the show's first three seasons, left the show in 2003 in part to focus on her singing career. Her first album, "When Then Is Now", was released in May 2006.
Seasons 1-3 aired on the U.S. cable channel WE (Women's Entertainment) from 2004 until March 2006.
The "ute" frequently referred to is a popular, uniquely Australian vehicle combining the body of a sedan with the back end of a pickup truck. It was first produced in 1934 by Ford Australia in response to a customer complaint that they wanted a vehicle for both social and farming functions.

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