Four big personalities from the Moreton Bay Region will feature in this week’s episode of Channel 9’s lifestyle television show My Way.
First up, viewers are introduced to the chairman of the NRL’s newest team, Bob Jones from the Redcliffe Dolphins.
After a proud history with the club starting out as a player himself, having three sons who followed in his footsteps and now several grandchildren doing the same, Bob was a major force in the epic journey that has made the Dolphins the 17th team in the world’s toughest rugby league competition.
Viewers then run with Andy Almond on the Redcliffe Peninsula. After recoiling from a photo taken on a family holiday showing how much he’d let himself go, Andy decided to turn his life around and started running.
As a result, he became a pillar of the local running community and plays an integral part in the annual 10km Jetty 2 Jetty, the longest running fun-run event in Australia, which draws thousands to the region.
Next is Rob Comiskey from the Comiskey Group.
While taking a scenic helicopter flight over Moreton Bay, Rob fell in love with a block of land he described as the best property in Australia.
After years of longing to take ownership the property became available, and the Sandstone Point Hotel was built.
Having been voted Australia’s Best Hotel in 2022, customers can soak up pristine views of the Pumicestone Passage and Bribie Island while enjoying world-class live music, great food and even better times.
Finally, you will get to know more about Jason Brown, who is an entrepreneur at heart.
After finding himself burnt out working in the gas industry, he finally has his dream job operating G’Day Adventure Tours, Bribie Island’s highlight 4WD attraction.
Jason spends his days exploring Bribie’s beautiful landscapes and introducing guests to the wildlife that inhabits the sand island.
The next episode of My Way will air this Sunday at 5.30pm on Channel 9 and 9Now.
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