Katrina Stapleton is a Digital Content Specialist at Localsearch with a background in social media and marketing. Although most of her experience lies in the entertainment sector, Katrina has written content for a vast array of industries including tourism, hospitality, retail and property development. Katrina is an avid dog lover, who finds a way to weave her fur-baby, Mylo, into most conversations. Aside from being a self-confessed bookworm, Katrina can often be found checking out the Gold Coast's latest coffee nook, paddle-boarding or baking up a storm in her free time — all with Mylo by her side, of course! As a Digital Content Specialist, Katrina enjoys sharing her knowledge and passions on the Localsearch Blog.

Where is Matilda the winking kangaroo?

Katrina Stapleton June 28, 2021 - 4 min read
Matilda the winking kangaroo

Do you remember Matilda? The 13m tall kangaroo who stole hearts world-wide when she unexpectedly winked at the audience during the Opening Ceremony of the 1982 Brisbane Commonwealth Games. We’ve tracked her down — find out how you can meet Queensland’s most well-known Kangaroo.

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What to Do in the NT this Darwin Show Weekend

Katrina Stapleton June 16, 2021 - 4 min read
People on ride at local show

From hiking and canoeing to a magical field of lights, there’s something for everyone this Darwin Show long weekend in the Northern Territory. Keep reading to find out what’s on in the NT, plus everything you need to know about the Royal Darwin Show in 2021.

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5 Tips for First-Time Home Leavers

Katrina Stapleton April 21, 2021 - 5 min read
girl moving out of home

Are you about to fly the nest? Maybe you’re moving in with friends, your partner or moving to undertake further study. Regardless, it’s a big step and one that can be filled with a mix of emotions. We’ve put together our top tips and tricks for moving out of home to make it a little easier.

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Mother’s Day Around the World in 2021

Katrina Stapleton April 18, 2021 - 5 min read
Mother's Day on yellow background

Mother’s Day is widely celebrated across Australia, with many children showering their mum or mother figure in gifts and love for all the sacrifices they have made. This is when Mother’s Day is around the world and why the dates differ.

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