Tony Johnston

Tony Johnston (born 9 April 1970) is an Australian television presenter, producer and radio broadcaster. Tony began his career in 1986, as a presenter on the music video show Saturday Jukebox on the Seven Network in Australia.[1]

Tony Johnston
Born (1970-04-09) 9 April 1970
OccupationTelevision presenter, actor
Years active1986-present

In 1987, he started hosting the children's program OK with the Nine Network. In 1992, Tony became a reporter with the Logie Award winning program Wonder World.[2] Johnston also hosted Nine's children's game show My Generation.[1]

In 1996, Johnston became the host of the children's game show Time Masters[1][3] on the Seven Network. In the same year, he became a presenter The Great Outdoors.[2][1]

In 1999, he became host of another children's game show Wipeout.

Between 2002 and 2003, Johnston was the weather presenter on Seven News.[1] Johnston also worked as a reporter for The Great South East in Queensland and hosted a talkback radio show on Brisbane radio station 4BC.

From 2003, Tony was a director of a new media production company 'Tjtv Pty Ltd' and continued his radio career with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, as a presenter with ABC Radio Brisbane and Coast FM.[2]

In 2008 Johnston joined World Radio Switzerland - Switzerland's English speaking radio station.[4]


  1. The changing face of Brisbane television: Tony Johnston, Kuttsywood's Couch website. Accessed 2 October 2018.
  2. Profile: Tony Johnston, Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Accessed 2 October 2018.
  3. HighBeam

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