Kaia Wright’s world is full of exciting diversions. Based in Northern Australia's outback, Kaia jumps between many worlds - catching crocodiles in the swamps, carrying out modelling and ambassadorial duties and running the highly successful adventure tourism businesses she has with her husband Matt Wright, the much-loved TV star commonly known as 'The Outback Wrangler'.
The Wrights, who met in Western Australia and married after a whirlwind courtship, live on a big block of land in the Northern Territory with their 18-foot pet crocodile Tripod, three pigs Pepsi, Truffle and Cola, two dingoes Ernie and Albie, seven snakes and a menagerie of green tree frogs and of course the biggest love of both their lives, their beautiful 2-year-old son Banjo.
Matt, Kaia and Banjo's free and extremely eccentric life is currently being captured for a new series on Netflix and Channel 9 that will take viewers on a journey into their adventures, miss-adventures, and the unique way they are raising their son off the grid and in the wild.
Matt’s work relocating animals, as a crocodile egg collector and helicopter pilot takes their gorgeous family to some of the most remote landscapes in the world, taking on some intense situations and incredible animals.
And for Kaia, who grew up in Western Australia’s incredible Kimberley country, the lifestyle she shares with Matt couldn’t be any more perfect. They both love what they do and feel blessed to live in the natural beauty of outback Australia.
Kaia completed her high school education in Perth before moving to Sydney to study for her Bachelor of Media Communications in Journalism. Fortunately, she’s now able to put her writing skills to good use across several creative platforms, including writing Matt’s life experience book published by Penguin Random House.
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