Is an Australian television presenter for Better Homes & Gardens and House Rules. Johanna is also a former competitive swimmer winning a bronze medal at the 1990 Commonwealth Games.
Johanna along with the Homes and Gardens crew show their support for the Will It Your Way Program in a video.
Australian TV Actor
Logie Award winner for most Popular Actor- Home & Away in 2013 and 2015.
Former World Surfing Champion – 2019 Chair of Surfing Australia, motivational speaker, trainer, facilitator and an author
Layne Beachley is widely regarded as the most successful female surfer in history. The only surfer, male or female, to claim six consecutive World Titles (1998-2003). Layne then went on to win her 7th World Title in 2006 before retiring from the ASP World Tour in 2008.
Layne OA, has been a leader and role model since she was a teenager. She was the founder and Director of the Aim For The Stars Foundation, which provided financial and mentoring support to aspiring women. After 15 years and 500 scholarships, it closed July 2019.
Australian TV Personality and Radio Presenter.
Richard has been recognised by being made a Member in the general division of the Order of Australia for his significant service to the community through a range of charities, and to the entertainment industry in 2014.
Former Australian Olympic medley, butterfly and freestyle swimmer.
Alicia represented Australia at the 2008, 2012 Olympics, 2010, 2014 Commonwealth Games, 2010 Pan Pacific Champions and at the World Championships in 2011, 2013. She retired in 2016.
Alicia Coutts Swim Clinic started in 2018, which aims to coach and inspire young swimmers of the future. Alicia is now the proud mum of Noah, Leo and Mason.
Australian former Rugby Union player and a true Australian sporting legend. John won two World Cups and played 84 times for his country, 55 times as captain. He is the most successful captain in the history of Australian Rugby, captaining the World Cup winning Wallabies in 1999.
Evonne Goolagong Cawley
Evonne is an Australian former World No:1 female tennis player. She was one of the world’s leading players in the 1970s and 80’s when she won 14 Grand Slam titles: seven in singles (4 Aussie Opens, 2 Wimbledon and 1 French Open), six in women’s doubles, and one in mixed doubles.
”I am a proud Aboriginal woman. A Wiradjuri born in Griffith NSW. Family is a very important part of traditional Indigenous life and this has not changed. For instance, in times of hardship or mourning, we respect our families and are there to help each other”
Evonne has been helping Aboriginal kids for the past 18 years. Now with The Evonne Goolagong Foundation. She believes education and health are the most important areas to concentrate on in order for the youngsters to achieve their dreams. She is always looking for that young person that wants to
Former Australian Rugby League Player
and was NSW State of Origin Coach – 2012 to 2017
Laurie was the coach of 2014 NSW State of Origin winning team…the 7-year drought was broken!
Laurie is a passionate and humble man and is one of rugby league’s true superstars. Laurie was a dominant five-eighth at club, Origin and test level throughout the 1990’s.
Laurie was regarded as a smart play-maker with explosive power and a great understanding of the game, he retired from playing in 2000.
Former Professional Australian Female Cricketer. She was one of the finest batters of her time.
Alex played for NSW and Australia as a specialist batswoman. In October 2017, she made her 250th international appearance for the Australian women’s cricket team. Alex retired at the end of the Women’s Big Bash League in November 2019.
Darryl Brohman “The Big Marn”
Former Australian Rugby League Footballer. Best known as a commentator and media personality.
An Australian former rugby league footballer of the 1970s and 80s. Brohman is best known for his time playing for the Penrith Panthers and the Queensland rugby league team. At present, he is working for 2GB radio.
Michael Guest “Guesty”
Michael was known for his appearance in the Australian fishing show REEL ACTION. Michael was one of Australia’s leading rally drivers, both at national and international level.
Former Wallabies Captain and Australian Rugby Union Player
Ben Mowen is an Australian professional rugby union player. He was the 2014 captain of ACT Brumbies rugby union club in the Super Rugby competition and the Australian national rugby union team. He left Australian rugby at the end of 2014 season going to sign for France.
Australian Rugby Union Player
Kane played for NSW Waratahs 2014 in the international Super Rugby competition and in the Australian Wallabies Representative Team 2013.
Listen to Kane’s message.
Roy Spagnolo from Roy Spagnolo & Associates supports Will It Your Way.
Did you know, if you are working part-time or full-time, you have super and most probably also $100,000 + in life insurance.
Who gets that if you pass away? Girlfriend / Boyfriend, Partner, Family or someone who you have been seeing on and off?
Dave Pow Tabain
Dave POW Tabain champion kettlebell lifter & world record holder supports Will It Your Way.
Dave spreads the word about how important it is to have all your accounts (Will) in order as soon as you turn 18. His positive message encourages young people to get their Will and to go out enjoy life.