Danielle Doyle

Danielle Doyle (Dan) grew up in Mudgee NSW.  After completing year 12 she moved to Sydney and attended June Dally Watkins Business Finishing School for one year.  Dan soon realised city life wasn’t for her and decided to try something different heading west to Bourke as a Governess.  The next year she found herself in the Northern Territory as a Governess on a remote cattle station on the Barkly Tableland and as they say “the rest is history”.  She met the boy next door and never did return to NSW.  That was 2001 - now all these years later she is married with three boys.  Dan and her husband, Marty, manage Mittiebah Station, a 1.7 million acre property, for The North Australian Pastoral Company on the Barkly Tableland in the NT.  Dan also writes a blog - Miss Chardy, Laughter in the Outback.  A personal blog about life on a remote cattle station.