From humble beginnings in the Torres Strait, special guest performer and guest speaker, Christine Anu, has become Australia’s most iconic female Indigenous entertainer.
With her cherished hit Island Home considered by many as the unofficial Australian national anthem, she holds a sentimental place in our hearts.
With two decades in the industry, this breathtaking entertainer has paved the way for her contemporaries, blazing the trail as a multi-award winning recording artist, acclaimed actress, songwriter, theatre producer and radio broadcaster.
She is proud to use her public platform to advocate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as well as those from marginalised backgrounds.
Not just a talented entertainer, Christine is funny, feisty, and fabulous. She regularly writes for Huffington Post, NITV, and News Limited. You can also hear her on Evenings across Australia Friday and Saturday nights nationally on ABC Local Radio.
Christine is an exceptional keynote speaker who resonates with people and provides a real community focus while delivering key messages in all kinds of arenas and platforms, including charity, community, education, entertainment and politics.
For Stylin Up Entertainment, Christine is the co-creator of the ARIA and Deadly nominated children’s brand Chrissy’s Island Family and the successful concept shows Ladies of Jazz and Women of Soul.