In the closing credits, Jill's last name is spelt Stevens. By contrast, Steve's and Robin's last name is spelt Stephens.
Vicky: I've got to cram in as much as I can about stud farms.
Simon: Come to Burrigan with me and I'll teach you all you need to know about studs.
Vicky: Oh really?
Simon: Oh don't knock it 'til you've tried it.
Alex: Wandin Valley seems a strange place for a young woman to come to. I mean there are cities...
Marta: But not for me Alex. I always planned on finding a little town like this to settle in. Cities swallow you up. Take everything, give nothing back.
Beverly tells Molly that the postmistress does not want to deliver Molly's mail because she does not like her.
When Simon goes to Gully Road he hears Bill and Alice singing "This Old Man".
Alex mentions that he has no family back home.
Alex and Marta play backgammon.
An unseen nurse calls out to Bob in the hospital.
It is again mentioned that Bob is "a bleeder".
Alice and her father Bill live on Gully Road. Bill is a widower who has been in town for ten years and works as a jackaroo. Frank arrested him for D & D (Drunk and Disorderly) on New Years.
Cookie's menu for the members at the club has been the same for three years. It consists of Monday: Lamb Chops; Tuesday: Shepherd's Pie; Wednesday: Cold Cuts; Thursday: Steak and Kidney Pie; Friday: Steak and Chips; Saturday: Stew.
At the vineyard Terence, Marta, and Alex eat poppyseed cake.
Simon tells Alice that he took Fatso in after running over him.
Amongst the books on Simon's desk are "Sexually Victimised Children", "Child Abuse and Violence" (by Gil), and "Defining Child Abuse".
Marta rides the General in the mornings.
Mrs. Craiborne - a patient at the hospital who has eight children - is referred to.
The sick Yarraman stud/colt was originally from South Australia.
According to Vicky, the Stephens' farm is twenty kilometres away.
Shirley smokes St. Moritz Menthol cigarettes.
Jill: Still, can you see me in the CWA?
The Country Women's Association of Australia (CWA) is a non-political organization with interests in various areas including government, health, and welfare.
Bill: Looks like you've done twelve rounds with Lionel Rose.
Lionel Rose was a prominent Aboriginal Australian boxer of the 1960s.