Episode 15: Pip Grossmith – what happens when you’re open to life’s opportunities

As the daughter of a Coastal Sciences Professor who grew up on the northern beaches of Sydney, working with pastoralists in rangelands of Western Australia is the last place anyone expected Pip Grossmith to end up – including herself.

With a “have a go” attitude and unparalleled authenticity in everything she does, it hasn’t taken long for Pip to become a well-known character in the Pilbara.

In this episode we talk about Pip’s unconventional journey into the pastoral industry, and how you just never know where life will take you.

You can listen to the episode on the Apple Podcast app by clicking here, on the Spotify app by clicking here or through the media player below.

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