And we have an impressive track record of over 18 marriages and 24 babies born as a result of the couples who met through the campaign!
If you'd rather find your next date at a rodeo or Faith Hill concert than a bar, we've got the site for you.Country is the place to find dates who love the country lifestyle just as much as you do.At Oz Country Singles, we are all about networking - we help Australians of all ages living in and outside of major capital cities find love.Our social network and online dating experience, is a great way to be introduced to single men and woman in remote and regional towns across Australia - all it takes is just a few clicks.Our member base of country loving men and women are looking for someone who shares the same goals and interests, so whether you're a fan of country music or barbeques or riding western, you'll find someone whose idea of a good time matches with yours.
It's no secret that today's hectic lifestyle makes it next to impossible to find that someone special.
Updating your profile will make it feature higher in searches and attract more people. Read More We are two sisters from a farming background, who have always had a passion for the countryside and the outdoors.
We're told that many of the best business ideas are developed in the pub, and this is where we were in 2006, mulling over the changing perception of online dating sites and their increasing popularity in urban areas, when we came up with the idea for Muddy Matches.
Since then, the site has gone from strength to strength, with thousands of people joining a month and many thousands of success stories.
Whilst our team has expanded over the years, we're still a family-run business, operating out of a converted barn on a farmyard in Northamptonshire, and pride ourselves on our friendly customer-service and the fact that we are the only independent dating site for genuine country-minded people.
We have a fine heritage of successful match-making having launched the original, award-winning 'Farmer Wants a Wife' initiative back in 1999.