Grenfell’s Australia Day Ambassador has been confirmed as Zoe Naylor.
Zoe Naylor is a well-known, much loved Australian personality; she has worked extensively in film, television and theatre.
As an actress, she has appeared in countless productions including as Regan Mcleod in Mcleod’s Daughters, the title role, Jane Durant, in the critically acclaimed New Zealand drama Orange Roughies along with the American productions Evil Never Dies, Fearless, Virtual Nightmare and Australian feature film, The Book Of Revelation. She also starred in Andrew Traucki’s Australian thriller The Reef as well as the exhilarating US sci-fi thriller Robotropolis. Her most recent work has been with director, Michael Joy on the ‘Cul-de-sac’ project, which is yet to be released.
On top of this, Zoe has hosted her own radio show and worked as a producer and presenter across a wide range of Australia and New Zealand’s best known television programs including Nine News, MTV, Escape with ET, RA, The NRL Footy Show, Sportscafe(NZ), Gladiators and Qantas in flight.
Holding a BA (Communications) from University of Technology Sydney (UTS) as well as a Masters in Fine Arts (Drama) from Queensland University Technology (QUT) she frequently works as an MC on a vast array of events.
Some of her clients include: Qantas Tourism Australia Awards, Gymnastics NSW Annual Awards, Think Tank’s Corporate PA Summit, Tom Quilty Endurance Ride Weekend, Variety, BOQ Broker of the Year awards, Nissan Micra, Queensland Training Awards, Jaguar, Clubs QLD, Google, Ducati, Ella Bache, Tattersalls club, Lovable, The Golden Stave, Fujitsu…and more.
Zoe is an Australia Day Ambassador, an opinion leader for Tourism Australia, and has a regular column in Australian Road Rider motorcycle magazine.
Zoe is passionate about her work as an activist and philanthropist.
She recently launched her heart based ‘Kaftan Mama’ enterprise. Check out www.kaftanmama.com
She is thrilled to announce her new ambassador role with Australian Organic.
For more information on Zoe you can visit
Grenfell’s Australia Day celebrations will be held in Taylor Park on Saturday, January 26, 2019, where you will have the opportunity to see Zoe.
The Lions Club of Grenfell will be providing the BBQ breakfast from 8am and entertainment will be provided by the Town Band.
The ceremony will commence at 9am where Grenfell’s Australia Day awards will be presented.
There will be drawing competitions for young children with excellent prizes on offer.
Bring a chair and some sunscreen for a great community event.
All enquiries to 6343 2855.