Lee Carseldine of Survivor AU fame joins us tonight to talk about what it means to be an actively engaged father – and how this benefits not only the kids but fathers and father-figures.
Many of you will have watched Lee dig in deep in the jungle to survive to the end – he is an athlete, business man and media personality, but most of all a healthy dad of two boys.
This podcast was recorded on Friday 6 November.
Lee has featured in two seasons of Australian Survivor, in 2016 and 2020, making it deep into both seasons. He showed his strong mental fortitude and tenacity to get through the tough times, whilst being kind and considerate to his fellow team members.
Prior to television, Lee played 132 cricket matches for the Queensland Bulls in all formats, notching up 2,298 runs from 47 first class games. He also played internationally before joining the Australian Cricketers Association as a Past Player Welfare and Game Development Manager.
After leaving sport, Lee established his own business Droneit Group – an aerial film and photography company. He is a passionate dad of two boys, loves the Aussie beach and carries a positive mantra throughout life.
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