Nicky Buckley

Television household name.


Nicky Buckley is one of Australia’s most recognised female faces. Nicky began her career in modelling before moving into television as co-host of Channel 10’s ‘Perfect Match’. She then became involved as a regular model on Channel 9’s hit show, ‘Sale of the Century’ before gaining the position of co-host in 1994. During her six years in this role, Nicky became a well-respected household name.

Current Work

Nicky has broad market appeal and is easily identifiable with both the corporate and leisure market. She has also enjoyed some long-standing and successful commercial endorsements including Cricket Australia, Intimo Lingerie, Austral Bricks, Dr. Le Winn’s, Adairs, Eden Garden Products and Vita D, Husqvarna Sewing Machines and currently an Ambassador for Ovarian Cancer Australia. She is also an experienced Host, emcee and Keynote speaker

This year, Nicky and her husband Murray are working together producing a European travel story for Channel 9’s Getaway.

Previous Experience

Television and Media: Nicky has enjoyed a highly successful media career with credits including appearances on the Today Show and her time as host on Channel’s Guide to the Good Life. The Guide to the Goodlife saw Nicky cover a range of stories including travel, food, entertainment and fashion. She has also shot and stared in Making Tracks alongside her husband tapping into Australia’s enthusiasm for road trips and travelling the length and breadth of Australia to uncover hidden secrets off the beaten track.

Nicky has also appeared as a celebrity contestant on Seven Network’s top rating – Dancing With The Stars.

Author: In 2015, Nicky also released her first book. Nicky Buckley – a Memoir is a memoir of Nicky’s life and looks at her personal journey not only of a successful media career but also a behind the scenes look into a life under the spotlight. She talks about family values, being a mother, parenthood, the challenges of business, and of the time when she was scrutinized for daring to be pregnant on television. Nicky changed the way we think about women on T.V. But this book is about