Celebrity Ambassadors

Robyn Moore - National Patron

Robyn Moore is a national patron and dedicated volunteer for Make-A-Wish Australia, but best known as the voice of Australia’s favourite talking koala, Blinky Bill.

Melissa Doyle - National Patron

Melissa Doyle is an experienced journalist, television presenter, author, and a proud national patron of Make-A-Wish.

Samantha Harris

Discovered as a model at a young age, Samantha Harris has forged an expansive career within the fashion industry both globally and in Australia. In 2016, Samantha was invited to be involved in the wish of 13 year old Bella, and was so inspired that she's now joined us to help wishes come true for really sick kids all over Australia.

Curtis Stone

Curtis is an author and presenter of the globally successful cooking/lifestyle program, 'Surfing the Menu', and has one of America's most popular reality/cooking shows titled, 'Take Home Chef'. Curtis’ support of Make-A-Wish dates back to 2007 when he presented a magical cooking wish.

Harrison Craig

The talented Harrison Craig is an Australian singer who won the second series of The Voice, coached in the program by British singer Seal. To date, three of Harrison’s songs have featured in the top 10 ARIA singles chart – with more to come we’re sure!

Fraser Ross

McLaren racing car driver Fraser Ross began racing go karts at a young age before zooming into motor sports. We’ve lost count of the number of hot lap experiences Fraser has given to wish kids – he even once raced a Porsche covered in children’s illustrations of their wishes!

Kelly Cartwright

At 15 years old Kelly Cartwright had part of her right leg amputated due to cancer, and during her journey had a Make-A-Wish wish come true. Kelly has since gone on to become a multiple World Record holder and win an Order of Australia Medal for her service to sport as a gold and silver medallist at the London 2012 Paralympic Games.

Zac Mihajlovic

Many Make-A-Wish wishes involve superheroes, and Zac Mihajlovic – aka Batman – is always on hand to help! Zac spent two years building a replica and road-legal Batmobile with his grandfather and a friend, and regularly helps us make wishes come true.

Sebastian Terry

Sebastian is an inspirational speaker, author and the founder of 100things.com.au. After the death of a close friend in 2009, Sebastian decided to reassess his priorities and came up with a list of 100 things he wanted to achieve in life. His current goal is to raise $100k for Make-A-Wish.

Nick Maxwell

Nick Maxwell is a retired AFL player and former captain of the Collingwood Football Club. In 2010, Nick captained Collingwood to its first AFL premiership in 20 years. Nick is now wearing a different Guernsey as part of the Greater Western Sydney Giants and Melbourne Storm leadership programs.

Matthew Broadbent

Matthew Broadbent plays Aussie Rules for Port Adelaide Power, where he’s an integral part of the football team in defence or midfield. Matthew has a long-standing family connection to Port Adelaide, as his grandfather was club podiatrist for 33 years.

Soa Palelei

Soa Palelei, otherwise known as ‘The Hulk’, is a retired mixed martial artist. The Hulk has competed in the Heavyweight division of the American Ultimate Fighting Championship, and recently released a memoir called 'Face Your Fears'. Soa is based in WA where he flexes his supporter muscles.

Dave Mckenna

Thrill seeker Dave Mckenna landed one of the coolest jobs in the country in 2013 when he became the first Australian stunt performer to be signed by Yamaha! Dave’s impressive street stunt riding takes him travelling all over the globe.