Veterinarian (BSc(Hons), BVMS, PhD)
Liz Bramley graduated from Murdoch University (Western Australia) in 1997 and worked for 2 years in mixed dairy practice in the Riverina where she met her husband Greg. Moving to Sydney for Greg's work, she worked in small animal practice and emergency practice at one of the leading specialist small animal hospitals. She then completed her PhD in Cattle Nutrition through the University of Sydney. Moving to Wingello on 200 acres in 2003, she started working again in mixed practice before relocating to Perth as a Production Animal Lecturer specialising in Cattle Medicine and Surgery, Nutrition and Veterinary Obstetrics at Murdoch University College of Veterinary Medicine. In 2014, the family came back to the farm at Wingello. Her 4 children attend local primary and high schools and are enjoying growing up in a lovely rural community. Liz has been working in mixed practice in the Southern Highlands before opening Cooinda Vet Hospital in December 2015.
Liz enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine and surgery of both small and large animals. She has a specific passion in the education of clients to better understand their animals needs and health problems. Liz is also a nutrition consultant to Production Animals and can provide advice on rations, drought feeding livestock and other general management issues.
(Cert IV Veterinary Nursing, Cert II Stock & Station Skills, Cert III Beef Cattle Management)
Hayley completed her Veterinary Nursing Certificate in 1997 and volunteered in a local practice in western Sydney for 3 months before moving to the NT where she studied in stock and station skills and then later after working as a jillaroo went on to study Beef Cattle Management. Upon returning to Sydney Hayley then gained employment at a busy mixed Veterinary Practice for many years before moving to Goulburn with her husband and 2 children.
Hayley has a passion for large and small animals and is excited to once again be working in a mixed Veterinary practice here at Cooinda.
In her spare time Hayley enjoys spending time with her family, their cat "Cinna", 4 kelpies "Banjo" "Lucy" "Molly" and "Matilda" as well as riding her horses "Chloe" and "Duco".