The Next Steps with Talitha Cummins


Wednesday, 28th June, 10am – 12noon

Join us for a morning with Talitha Cummins where she will provide a little insight as to how she has battled and managed her very own expectations of Maternity Leave and how being four years sober has helped her with her new found role as a mum.

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Talitha is an Australian journalist and advocate for change. She has worked for 15 years in the television and radio industry – most recently as newsreader on the Weekend Sunrise program for the Seven Network.

While not her first career choice (she wanted to be a criminal psychologist!), Talitha’s journalistic talent and curiosity has taken her around the globe to deliver breaking news stories from major international news events. She’s currently a regular co-host on Triple M’s Weekenders program.

A shy introvert at heart, Talitha started drinking at a very young age in an effort to combat her shyness, but by her early thirties it began to take its toll and she found herself coming off the rails.

Now 4 years sober, Talitha is determined to open the lines of conversation around alcoholism, particularly given how common it is amongst professional, highly educated and high functioning people – like herself and is also an ambassador for the charity Hello Sunday Morning, an alcohol abstinence program.

Talitha has an incredible zest for life that is evident in all that she does. She swears by exercise to get those healthy and happy endorphins flowing through her body, but her true passion lies in playing mum to her 9 month old baby Oliver.




The Centennial Homestead
1 Grand Drive, Centennial Parklands, Sydney.
Tel:  02 9380 9350

Enter Centennial Parklands either via Robertson Gates off Lang Road, or Darley Road off Alison Road.

Free on-site parking at the venue for guests.


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Brunch + Childcare, Brunch Only


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