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Her speech is all rounded vowels and fruity language and she has a disconcerting habit of looking away as she talks, down over the top of her glasses to the floorboards or across to the stretch of green that runs down to the harbour. It's Sam Neill, apologising for the interruption and man-hugging Brown. For locals, the couple are part of the furniture - you might spot them queuing for coffee at Bertoni, getting groceries in Woolies.
Her attention snaps back, though, when an unexpected visitor strolls onto the veranda. The actor comes bearing a gift for his old friends - a framed caricature of Brown by Herald artist John Shakespeare, published earlier this year. Ward, who was filmed on this veranda for a video in support of Patrice Newell's Climate Change Coalition before the last election, often grabs her bike from a shed just inside the front gate and pedals up to Balmain shopping village.
In an article for , published last November, she wrote of lakes, snow-capped mountains and glacial river valleys. entering the arrivals concourse at Sydney airport, dressed in black sombrero, a patterned poncho, waving madly and pushing three suitcases (when I'd left with only one), my husband, mistaking me for some insane Patagonian gypsy, didn't recognise me until I'd all but run him over".
All indications are, that one way or another, Ward has been bowling Brown over since they met on The Thorn Birds set.
They share, he says, "alleged artistic sensibilities" and discuss projects, films they've seen.
"If I had to describe Rachel, she is sensitive, silly, serious, ravishing, long-suffering, solid as Uluru."Waterstreet offers a glimpse of Ward and Brown's social life.
"Getting to know her - it's peeling away the onion skins."In August, a little more of Ward will be exposed with the release of Beautiful Kate - her first feature-length outing behind the camera.
You'd find a list of his parts in a squadron of iconic Australian films - the latest as a dying father in , as founder of New Town Films.
"I think we've been here long enough, people have seen us enough that they're bored shitless with us - 'Them, yet again,'" says Ward.