Macca has spent more than half his life exploring and working all over Australia. He has been involved in the outdoor leisure industry for over 15 of those years and has an intimate understanding of what does and doesn’t work in Australia’s harshest environments.
He’s a quintessential Aussie character that makes the challenges of the RV lifestyle simple and easy to understand.
Jump in with this larrikin and see Australia.
Angie Hilton is a mother of two (Scarlett 9 & Sonny 7), married to Braith Cox and a lover of caravanning.
“I’ve been caravanning since I was a child so it’s really in my blood” says Angie. “In fact, I was actually sitting in my caravan when I first saw WUDU on TV. I googled it right then and there and sent the EP an email asking if they needed a new presenter? Must have been my lucky day, as I started 2 weeks later… things never happen that easily in TV!”
Angie’s career in the entertainment area has been vast and varied. Starting out as a singer in a rock band in 1992, she then moved into presenting in 1998.
Australian through and through, Tania Kernaghan is one of this country’s most loved and respected performers.
Whether it’s singing up a storm on stage, emceeing a black tie event, sharing her life’s journey through public speaking events or rolling up her sleeves to help out with one of her much-loved charities, Tania is a passionate Australian, sharing her love of the country and its characters through her stories and songwriting.
Quite simply, Tania is proud of who she is and where she’s from.
First and foremost a recording artist, Tania’s musical journey began when she was a child.
Ally is currently involved in various commercial roles in Melbourne and throughout Australia.
Ally has been involved in hosting the popular Australian Travel Series “Whats Up Downunder” since early 2015, which airs on Channel 10 in Australia.
Previous roles have included acting and presenting in shows such as the award winning “Balls Of Steel Australia” as “The Bunny Boiler” and hosting “Cyber Shack” on the Nine Network and many more.
Terry has been with Whats Up for 5 seasons and as a husband with a young family he absolutely loves showcasing Australia to those who are planning to hit the road.
Adventurous to a fault Terry loves squeezing the most out of locations and destinations wherever he goes.
When not presenting for “wudu” Terry can still be seen in the tv doing a range of other things.