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Gus Worland
Occupation Television host
Radio host
Known for An Aussie Goes.. TV series
Grill Team on Triple M Sydney

Gus Worland is an Australian television and radio personality. He is best known for his series of reality television programs An Aussie Goes Barmy, An Aussie Goes Bolly and An Aussie Goes Calypso which aired on Fox8.

As of August 2009, he is one of the hosts of the Triple M Sydney breakfast radio show The Grill Team.[1]


Early life




Worland was a sports fanatic and turned love for sport into a reality when he co-created (with friend Hugh Jackman) and starred in Fox8's An Aussie Goes series.

The first series in 2006 was An Aussie Goes Barmy. His mission was to follow the Barmy Army from England to Australia for all 5 test cricket matches.

The next series was An Aussie Goes Bolly. In India, Worland shared his journey as travelled to Indian and experienced cricket through Indian spectator eyes.

The third series, brought Worland to The West Indies for An Aussie Goes Calypso.[2]


Worland is the face of advertising for Midas Australia.



Worland has won two ASTRA Awards, one for Best Entertainment Show in 2007 for his role as Team Leader in Fox8's The Singing Office and the second in 2008 - when he was awarded Best Sports Show on Pay TV for An Aussie Goes Bolly.[3]

Personal life

Gus lives with his English wife, Vicky and children, Jack and Abbey, in Elanora Heights on Sydney's northern beaches and is a big fan of the Sydney Roosters rugby league team.

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