Our CEO and leader, Kerry Moss has travelled extensively to more than 55 countries across 5 continents. Her 30-year career in the tourism industry has included roles in retail travel, groups management, airlines and tourism commissions.
Emily grew up on her family’s property in the New England Tablelands area of NSW, where she was involved, as often as possible, with the superfine merino and cattle enterprises. At the completion of her school years in Armidale she spent two years working in Central Queensland for the AACo on their ‘Meteor Downs’ (stud & commercial cattle, cereal cropping) and ‘Goonoo Feedlot’ (cattle).
Born and bred in Wagga Wagga country New South Wales, Jacqui’s first travel experience to the inaugural Country Music Festival on Norfolk Island introduced her to the world of travel. From here she headed off to the UK for a working holiday for 12 months opening her eyes to cultures and sights all across UK and Europe.
Ann-Louise was born and raised in Newcastle New South Wales, and it’s also where her career in the travel industry and the love of travel began. It’s through her learning at school that inspired her on a journey to visit the world for herself and begin a life-long career in the industry. Every day through her work, provides this wonderful opportunity of learning again and being enriched by its sights and cultures.
Born and raised in Central Queensland, Sharon’s first taste of ‘working’ in the tourism industry came about whilst completing a Bachelor of Arts (Tourism) and Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management and Communication) at Central Queensland University.
Kees van Haasteren
Born and educated in the Netherlands, Kees began his working career with the Curacao Trading Company in Amsterdam. At the age of 24 he emigrated to Australia and immediately became involved in agriculture, ultimately managing a large Merino wool, prime lambs, beef breeding/fattening and cropping property in the Central West of N.S.W.
Moira has over 30 years experience in the travel and tourism industries in Australia and overseas. She commenced her career in London in the 70s working for a large tour wholesaler and held a variety of managerial positions before returning to Australia in 1988.
Bruce assists with information technology requirements including database programming, web development, system administration, graphic design and brochure production. He has an extensive background with over 30 years IT experience within military, government and private enterprise organisations.
Terri has maintained Quadrant/AgTour’s accounts and bookkeeping since 2003. With 20 years in the banking industry, followed by 6 years working as an accounting professional, Terri has a broad range of experience to bring to Quadrant Australia.
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Bryan Johnston has over 45 years experience in agriculture including public and private sector organisation management. Bryan worked as a Beef Cattle Advisory Officer in New South Wales, and specialised in livestock handling & transport as well as beef feedlot management.
After graduating in 1973 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Wool and Pastoral Sciences from the University of New South Wales, Graeme was employed by the NSW Department of Agriculture conducting special projects and then in 1976 as the District Beef Cattle Officer in Albury.
A graduate of Marcus Oldham Farm Management College in Victoria, Colin initially worked for a seed company and then managed cattle properties in Northern NSW and Central Queensland. In 1985, Colin co-established AgTour Australia, before its incorporation into Quadrant Australia on 1st July 2006.
Ross comes from a fourth generation sheep and cattle grazing family, with commercial operations located between Bourke and Cunnamulla. After 15 years in Queensland’s Stock and Station Agency sector, he joined Australia Meat Holdings (AMH) in 1990 as Livestock Manager for the company’s feedlot operations.
Scott grew up on a sheep property near Winton in Queensland and in Townsville. During a long army career he served in many parts of Australia as well as overseas. He left the Army to take up a position as General Manager of a Correctional Centre.