GARETH McCray has spoken in front of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, has been awarded a citation from the United Nations and now he is on his way to Leeton.
Mr McCray is Leeton shire's Australia Day Ambassador for 2020, which will see him take part in the various events of the day.
He will give a small address at the town's official Australia Day awards ceremony in Mountford Park.
Mr McCray has a long history with the media across several platforms, including the written word and radio, which has spanned more than three decades.
He is also a noted master of ceremonies, which is how he found himself in the presence of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan in 2018.
The royal couple were on hand for the opening of the Anzac Memorial in Sydney's Hyde Park and Mr McCray was the MC for the event.
Mr McCray's long resume shows a distinct theme - he has officiated over many Anzac Day ceremonies, Remembrance Day services, charity events, community soirees and more.
On top of all of that, Mr McCray was the national publicist for Pope John Paul II's Papal Tour during the beautification of Mary MacKillop in 1995.
On top of also having an OAM, Mr McCray has also been awarded a Citation from the United Nations for the Media Peace Awards.
During his time in the shire, Mr McCray will be treated to many of Leeton's great attributes, including its restaurants, visits to key locations and more as he gets to know the town and its people.
Those wanting to hear a tale or two from Mr McCray should head to Mountford Park on January 26 from 9.15am.
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