Radio Host & Actress

Sarah Maree can be heard on Triple M Melbourne hosting the morning shift weekdays. She can also be seen performing stand-up comedy around the club circuit and she has made her movie debut in an international feature “At Last”.

Having discovered her love for broadcasting at SYN community radio in Year 7, Sarah Maree undertook a Diploma of Screen and Media (Radio & TV) as well as a Graduate Diploma of Arts (Commercial Radio) after finishing school.

In June 2007 while travelling in Canada she landed her first commercial radio gig on Mountain FM in Canmore, Alberta. Six months later she returned home to become Nova 100’s late nights announcer and assistant producer on Nova Nights.

Sarah Maree’s passion for radio has seen her travel widely for gigs in breakfast on Star FM Warrigal and K rock in Geelong, drive with Hot 100 Darwin and in early 2010 she became host of a national show on Southern Cross Austereo.

Six months later Sarah Maree moved to Albury to host a national show on Truck Radio, which earned her an Australian Commercial Radio Award (ACRA) for Best Networked Program. In October 2011 she joined Sea FM Central Coast where she honed her skills as an MC and voice over artist. 12 months later she left the radio station to pursue this career full time.

In 2013 Sarah Maree returned to Nova 100’s line up as the afternoon announcer and went on to do Saturday Breakfast as well. During her time with Nova Entertainment she also hosted the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Radio Show, Summer Breakfast, Summer Drive and Late nights with the latter two being networked across Australia with NE. After almost 4 years with Nova Entertainment, Sarah Maree then moved to Fox FM Melbourne in April 2017 before finishing up in January 2018 to move to K rock to host breakfast. You will also find her engaged in multiple community groups and events as Sarah Maree is the Ambassador for the Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation and Endometriosis Australia.

With a love of sports, Sarah Maree has presented live to camera reports to crowds of more than 95,000 people as the Live Television Host for the A League’s Central Coast Mariners and AFL’s Greater Western Sydney’s home games. In July 2013 she joined her beloved Richmond football club in the same role as well as Twenty20 Cricket’s Melbourne Renegades. Sarah Maree has also achieved success as a voice over artist as well as with numerous local theatrical companies and improv comedy troops as a trained singer, dancer, actor and comedian.

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If only I had a martini with me to match this pose🍸

📸 @candice_wyatt_10 😘

Change of studio and change of hours for the next three weeks only (this is an important addendum for those looking for radio goss 👀 there is none haha).

You’ll hear me on Triple M doing summer brekky.

Monday - Friday 6am til 9am 📻

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National Cervical Cancer Awareness Week kicked off today 🧡

I’m so proud to share part of my story in this year’s Faces of Cervical Cancer booklet. Normally talking about your bits is deemed awkward, but this bit is important. Wanna have kids? Wanna be healthy and avoid cancer? Then you might need to have an awkward chat and an awkward check up which could save your life.

We already do awkward. Saying “you too” when you the waiter says “enjoy your meal”. Talking loudly over music and then it stops… and you’re still shouting. One of the greatest awkward moments as a kid: watching a movie with your parents and the sex scene kicks in.

You can do awkward. You can even do slightly uncomfortable (and I know some people find their cervical screening uncomfortable). All of that is worth it to make sure you’re healthy. And if you’re given the all clear? Brilliant! If there’s an abnormality? You’re onto to it early.

43% of those who should be having cervical screenings are not up to date. It’s time to catch up. Check out @theaccf for more information and if you wish, donate to help raise much needed funds so we can stay on track to eliminating cervical cancer in Australia by 2035.

Melbourne, I’m glad you’re open. I’ve been stimulating the economy with lots of lunch and dinner dates... but I’m pooped.

So I went to @angea_acupuncture_yoga, left my stress and soreness on the table with some acupuncture and cupping. After weeks of go, go, go it’s time for an uggs-and-trackies night on the couch.

Thankful for the reminder from the ladies at Angea to just chill out tonight.