Amberley Lobo Biography
Amberley Lobo, who was a host for the ABC3’s program Studio 3, is now a creative consultant for the Australian Football League and an assistant coach for Fox’s Soccer Team.
Previously, she fulfilled her anchoring duties for several media houses, including BBC, Triple-J, and more.
Bio: Height, Age, And Family
Amberley stands at a height of 5 feet and 6 inches (1.67 m). She was born on 30 October 1990 in Perth, Australia, to her father and mother.
Amberley holds Australian nationality.
She also has a brother in her family. In 2010, Amberley and her brother both moved out of their parent’s homes.
Amberley’s Career Information
Before joining the journalism field, Amberley worked as a police cadet for WA Police at Western Australia from the year 2008 to 2009.
After two years, she joined Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) as a television host in 2011. She worked for the company for almost five years.
While Amberley was working for (ABC), she also fulfilled her responsibilities as a youth ambassador for Cricket Australia from 2011 to 2015. She covered various events of Cricket Australia, including Milo in2cricket (children’s development program) as the program’s frontrunner and online contributor, Allan Border Medal night, and Ashes Tour as an official correspondent. Plus, she also reported the event Women’s International T20 Series as a commentator, which was broadcasted live on ABC.
In the year 2014, Amberley got an opportunity to serve for BBC. She hosted various programs of CBBC like the first and second season of Pop Slam, 2014’s FIFA World Cup, and many more. She left the company in the year 2015, after working for almost two years.
The following year, Amberley served for Triple-J as a radio host. She fulfilled her duty until the year of October 2017.
Later, she again started serving for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) as a television host from January 2017 to October 2017. Additionally, she also worked as a boundary rider ABC grandstand from the year of January 2017 to October 2018 for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).
After leaving Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), she moved to CBS Corporation, and she worked as a freelance presenter for Ten Daily covering the 2018 Logies red carpet till May 2018. Also, she served as a segment producer by fulfilling her duty in producing content for a weekly national children’s television program from February 2018 till January 2019.
Also, Amberley served for Tennis Australia as a senior social presenter in January 2020. But, she left the company in February 2020. In the same year, she joined the Australian Football League as a creative consultant