Grace grew up on a sheep and cattle station in central-west Queensland and completed her schooling through the School of the Air and boarding schools in Longreach and Charters Towers.
Her career began as a manager of two outback stations, however her interest in Australia’s natural history led her to the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum at Winton where she has held numerous roles including Senior Tour Guide and is now the Education Coordinator. She is also an accredited Savannah Guide, which is the highest accreditation for guiding.
“My love of the land and natural history has enabled me to build a rewarding career in tourism — I also get to live my childhood dream of playing with dinosaurs!”
Grace is an inspirational young tourism professional, and is a popular trainer and mentor in the Museum’s team, with her impressive knowledge and diverse experience in outback tourism.
“Always believe in yourself. Do this, and no matter where you are, you will have nothing to fear.”
Growing up in outback Queensland on a sheep and cattle station, Grace developed a love of Australia’s natural history, and this started her down the path of a career in the tourism industry.
From an entry level role at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum in Winton, Grace has worked her way through a range of jobs including Senior Tour Guide to her current role as Education Coordinator.
She is also an inspirational mentor and trainer with unique experience in outback tourism.
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