Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital Patrons

Magdalena Roze

Magdalena Roze is one of Australia’s most versatile talents.

An award-winning television presenter, journalist, meteorologist and cook book author, she combines her expertise in weather and media with her passion for food, sustainability and the environment. Magdalena’s career started in television, working at the National Geographic Channel and The Weather Channel, before moving to free-to-air including co-hosting Network Ten’s The Project, covering two Olympic Games, co-hosting the Australian Grand Prix coverage, reading news and weather on both breakfast and prime-time bulletins. Magdalena has reported nationwide on some of the biggest natural disasters in Australian history, working as a presenter and reporter on Network Ten, ABC, The Weather Channel, SBS and the National Geographic Channel (Australia and New Zealand). Passionate about the environment, Magdalena has been an ambassador for Planet Ark for almost ten years, as well as Earth Hour, RSPCA’s ‘Set A Sister Free’ campaign and cancer charity Redkite.

Magdalena has been a consistent supporter of Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital, spreading the word about our vital work #forthewildlife among her friends and followers. We love you Mags!

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Support the restoration and rejuvenation of Australian biodiversity.

Contact The Hospital
T. 1300 WILDLIFE (1300 945 354)
A. 419 Hinterland Way, Knockrow, NSW 2479

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the Bundjalung Nation on which we live, play and work, and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Elders past, present and emerging.