Sydney, 27 August 2014- After 12 years as a top-level professional rugby player, Cameron Shepherd has joined the CBRE North Sydney team.
Cameron’s sporting achievements have taken him around the world and include six years playing for the Australian Rugby Union team from 2006 to 2012, gaining nine caps as a Wallaby. Concurrently he played for Western Force in Perth, achieving the honour of being the highest try and point scorer in the club’s history.
Prior to that he played for NSW Waratahs and represented Australia at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne. Most recently he played for Japanese club, Honda Heat and before that, the Sale Sharks in England.
Cameron also has extensive experience as a sports columnist, writing a weekly column for The Sunday Times and Perth Now.
Geoff Hunt, Director of Industrial & Logistics in North Sydney, said Cameron will specialise in industrial and office park sales and leasing, for both institutional and private owners.
“We are excited to have Cameron on board and his no nonsense attitude will make him popular with our clients. His discipline, passion and commitment that saw him succeed on the rugby field will also see him prosper in the world of commercial real estate.”
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