Caroline’s first fulltime media job came in 1992 when she was employed as a news reader and producer with Darwin’s number one rating station Hot 100FM. Caroline also conducted a sports panel on Mondays and Fridays with the Morning Crew, and through the NTFL season worked as the ground announcer at Marrara Stadium. During these years she worked for the NTFL at the inaugural Collingwood vs Aboriginal All Stars match and the annual Australia Day NTFL vs Essendon fixtures.
Caroline began work for Premier Sports Network in 1995, with the channel changing its name to Fox Sports soon afterwards on the Foxtel and Austar platforms. Working as a senior presenter and producer, her work saw her conduct many feature interviews with the stars of Australian sport such as Pat Rafter, Wayne Carey, Harry Kewell, Gai Waterhouse and many more.
Caroline was the main presenter on Fox Sports News for nearly 11 years, before beginning a day’s work a week with thoroughbred broadcaster TVN.
Caroline turned that role into a full time position after leaving Fox Sports and has been the Sydney raceday on-course host for TVN for the past four years, also working on the Melbourne Spring carnival through those years, as well as being executive producer and host of the weekly thoroughbred breeding program Thoroughbreds.