The Fleurieu App team comprises experienced media professionals located across the Fleurieu Peninsula of South Australia who are passionate about delivering quality, accurate information for locals and visitors.

Susie Williams


After spending time working with the team at the highly successful Marlborough App in New Zealand, Susie returned to the Fleurieu Peninsula in early 2019 with her husband and three daughters.

Moving to Silver Sands Susie realised there was a need for the Fleurieu region to have an app that could provide news, sport, event and business information to residents and visitors to the region.

Originally from Buckleboo on the Eyre Peninsula, Susie has an affinity with regional areas and a passion for promoting their achievements.

As well as creating and running the New Zealand app, Susie’s background includes photography, tourism, viticulture and agriculture.

Read more about Susie on LinkedIn.

Anthony Tucker

Sports Journalist

Self-confessed ‘sports nut’ Anthony has spent the past 20 years working in the media as a broadcaster with FIVEaa and ABC radio, as well as being a sales consultant for the Courier newspaper in Mount Barker.

As well as writing, Anthony has two teenage sports mad kids and is senior coach of the Noarlunga Cricket Club.

He is passionate about local issues, news, sport, business and community and encourages the public to contact him at with their information.

Brooke DuBois


Brooke has a longstanding love affair with the region, after getting her first ‘real’ job as a journalist at The Times and On the Coast newspapers, based in Victor Harbor, where she cut her teeth as a teller of the community’s stories from 2006-2009.

After a stint working in PR for the South Australian education department, sub editing a Welsh newspaper and editing a business magazine in Bristol, England, Brooke returned to Victor Harbor to serve as editor of The Times and On the Coast from 2012-2015.

Now, Brooke runs a small communications business and is a part-time tutor and mentor for the University of South Australia’s journalism students.  

She lives in the Onkaparinga region with her husband and son.

Julia Beckett


A former journalist and communications advisor, Julia is an experienced writer, editor and proof reader.

Her career took her to Melbourne, London and Adelaide before relocating to the Fleurieu Peninsula in 2005.

She enjoys books and movies and blogging about books and movies at