To promote a thriving, sustainable tourism industry within our region and create awareness on the importance of protecting and respecting our environment.
Paul has been in the media for over fifty years with diverse expertise in radio, television, feature films, corporate videos and voice-over projects.
Starting off as a Cine-Cameraman, his foray into Journalism happened in the Seventies at Radio 5KA in Adelaide where he was a senior member of the Newsroom. He then headed to Sydney where he hosted the highly rated Nightwatch program on Radio 2UE and was the first reporter to arrive on the scene at the Granville Rail Disaster in 1977.
Paul was one of the senior journalists on the top rated Willesee at 7 program on the Seven Network where he became an National media identity. After leaving Willesee Paul went on to host the national TV game show $50,000 Letterbox while also working in Melbourne radio. At radio station 3UZ he found himself at Newport Rhode Island for Australia's successful tilt at the America Cup. “That was a highlight” says Paul “Standing on Bondy’s boat and seeing that winged keel come out of the water was a moment I will never forget”.
In recent times Paul has been behind the microphone at radio stations 2GB, 2UE and ABC News Radio in Sydney and Radio 5AA in Adelaide and has hosted the top rating Today Tonight program on Channel 7.
Now a whole new adventure awaits on Fab FM Port Douglas Mossman where he brings a wealth of experience.
With a background in business management and leadership, Marion has wide-ranging expertise in commercial enterprise and is experienced in working with a diverse range of clients, from private individuals to larger corporations.
An entrepreneur at heart Marion has been involved in a variety of small business start-ups, acquiring extensive business establishment and managerial experience in a broad range of areas.
Coupled with this she has worked in the government sector in the areas of education and health. She was seconded to undertake the establishment of a pilot project involving the pooling of federal and state government funding for allocation to various health and aged care providers in a rural community.
Marion spent five years in Sydney establishing and growing a specialist landlord insurance business which was sold to Vero as part of the sale of the national company, now part of the Suncorp Group.
She brings a wealth of knowledge and a passion for providing excellent customer service which we know our clients will appreciate and come to expect.
Over the years Marion has served her community in local government, having been a Councillor with the District Council of Ceduna and as a director of the Ceduna Hospital Board. In recognition of her many years of involvement in sport within the community she has been awarded a Life Membership of the Ceduna Sports Club.