Natalie Barr is one of Australia's most experienced journalists.
Born and raised in the West Australian city of Bunbury, her career started at the Wanneroo Times. Before long she was a reporter at the Golden West Network.
Natalie's career includes a stint at Los Angeles Station KCOP, where she won a Golden Mic for best newscast writing and an Emmy Award nomination for her work on the O.J. Simpson case.
Natalie has two boys, Lachlan and Hunter.
Follow Nat on Twitter @natalie_barr
60 SECONDS WITH NAT...
What is the best thing about your job?
I love it. And I realise an awful lot of people don't like what they do. I feel very lucky.
Who do you most admire?
Working Mums. Anyone who does the office/home juggle year after year has a tough gig.
You always feel like you're forgetting something or someone! (And sometimes you are!)
What is your greatest extravagance?
Going out for dinner.
What is your biggest regret?
Don't think I have any. I try to learn from my mistakes and move on. Looking back won't really help most times.
What is your greatest achievement?
My two beautiful boys and my marriage of nearly 20 years.
What is your hidden talent?
What is your favourite food and drink?
I love entrees and canapes.. Small and tasty. And champagne.
Do you have any nicknames? How did you get them?
No. But I don't know anyone who calls me Natalie any more. Nat is fine. But I always introduce myself as Natalie. Strange that.
Finish this sentence. I love Sunrise because…
…I can be myself every day, and the boss likes it