Stacey Thomson is Media Personality / Wildlife Enviro Educator / MC / Speaker, and Breakfast radio host for ‘Brekky Show’ Triple A Murri Country Radio 98.9FM. She works as an environmental educator for Redland City Council, an area in southeast Queensland, not far from Brisbane, on the coast that takes in Moreton Bay and some islands.
She was a presenter and writer at Network Ten in Brisbane Area. She has worked for the station for the past three decades as a reporter/writer since 1992. She initially trained as a ranger and spokeswoman for the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service. Thomson has also appeared on Celebrity Big Brother, Wombat, Agro’s Cartoon Connection, Rove Live, and Celebrity Name Game.
Stacey Thomson Age
She was born on August 27, 1964, in Brisbane, Queensland, and is currently 58 years old in 2022.
Stacey Thomson Education
Thompson went to Queensland Agricultural College for an AD Rural Techniques and Environmental Studies degree from 1982 to 1983. For her highschl education, she went to Mount Carmel College Wynnum Bris.
Stacey Thomson Totally Wild
Thomson is a host on the long-running nature and science-themed series Totally Wild and has been with the show since its premiere in 1992 until it was canceled in Feb 2021. She was often introduced as Ranger Stacey.
She writes on her Linkedin that she has written and presented thousands of stories about the environment, wildlife, sport, and other activities. Besides that, Thompson has also presented documentaries for Network Ten and appeared on other programs such as Rove Live and The Project.
Thompson worked as an Education Officer for the Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage from Jan 1990 to Jun 1998. She also worked as an Education/Media Officer for the Qld Department of Environment from 1984 t 1998.
Stacey Thomson Husband
Stacey Thomson has been married to Rob McCall, whom she met in the first year of Totally Wild (1992), where he was working as a cameraman. Rob currently holds a different role at Network Ten, and the couple have kept their relationship blossoming for the past three decades. The couple have two daughters.
Speaking to the Daily Telegraph after learning the Totally Wild had been canceled, Thomson said,
“I went straight home. My husband [Rob McCall] actually works for the network, too.
We met in the first year of Totally Wild when he was a cameraman – he’s in a different role now – so he totally understands. We spent a lot of time talking. And had wine!”