Tony Vidmar played 76 games for the Socceroos, and a pivotal role qualifying the team for the 2006 World Cup when he rattled home the third penalty of the famous shootout against Uruguay.

Alla Wolf-Tasker's contributions to Australia's regional dining as executive chef and co-owner of the Lake House in Daylesford can't be overstated. She sits down with Nicole to chat about her passion for her craft, how she stays energised and much, much more.

Jake Millar is the first teenager to sell a company to the New Zealand government - he sold them his video platform OOMPHER at 19. Now, he runs, a similar service that offers interviews with entrepreneurs and has featured the likes of Richard Branson.

Tony Clark is an Emmy-award winning cinematographer whose company, Rising Sun Pictures, has forged new ground by becoming an integral cog of the Hollywood machine from its modest studio in Adelaide.

Nicole explores the amazing mind and motivations of humanitarian worker Moira Kelly AO, who has been helping to improve the lives of others for over 30 years.

Greg Duncan is a self-taught artist and sculptor who has undertaken one of the most ambitious art projects in recent times - 100 carved panels of Huon pine situated in Derwent Bridge, Tasmania.

He's fiesty, fun and fabulous in the kitchen. We chat to renowned chef and presenter on My Kitchen Rules, Dublin born and now Australian based Colin Fassnidge

A treat for all the business minds and forward-thinkers out there. Nicole picks the brain of Tim Fung, co-founder of online marketplace Airtasker.