Supermarkets weren't always around. Before the 1950s, people shopped at their local grocery stores and corner shops for food. The Ferrones travel back in time to run a local corner shop.
What people eat has changed a lot over the years, and many modern food items would not have been available a hundred years ago. The Ferrones experience the evolution of Australia's changing diet over a period of 150 years.
Developments in technology have changed the way people live, work, and play. The Ferrones try their best to adjust to life without modern technology.
Before decimalisation, Australia had based its money and measurements on the British systems. The Ferrones struggle to get their heads around converting pounds, shillings, and pence to dollars and cents.
The role of women and girls has changed a lot since the 1800s. Carol, Sienna and Olivia Ferrone grapple with the rules around what women and girls could and could not do in 19th-century Australia.
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