Abbey and hubby are back home

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

ABBEY Tozer is a self-con­fessed “loud, kind and a lit­tle bit crazy” woman with a pet sausage dog called Banger.

The pre­vi­ous lo­cal of 10 years re­cently re­turned to the Whit­sun­days with her hus­band Jim.

The pair met in Air­lie Beach be­fore mov­ing to Perth for four years where Abbey worked as a den­tal nurse.

They moved back in Septem­ber last year where they were mar­ried on White­haven Beach.

Fun­nily enough, Abbey is even back work­ing at her very first job – Air­lie Beach Day and Night Chemist.

Now a phar­macy as­sis­tant, Abbey used to work in a kiosk at the chemist where she de­vel­oped film.

Although orig­i­nally from Goul­burn in New South Wales, Abbey said “it feels right to be home” about the move back to the Whit­sun­days.

She cur­rently loves mar­ried life and looks for­ward to get­ting a sec­ond sausage dog soon.

“Yeah hu­man ba­bies are not too far away but not just yet,” she said with a laugh.

What do you do to re­lax?

I like to get out of Air­lie Beach and go to Con­way or Dingo Beach.

Where’s the best pace to eat in the Whit­sun­days?

I love La Ta­bella Trat­to­ria and Sor­rento Res­tau­rant and Bar – the view is just per­fect there.

What’s film?

The Hunger Games se­ries.

What do you do for work?

Phar­macy as­sis­tant at Air­lie Beach Day and Night Chemist.

Plans for the next 12 months?

Just to keep on work­ing and see what hap­pens.

Any last words?

Nope.

HAPPY TO BE HOME: Abbey Tozer loves three things: her hus­band, pet sausage dog and the Whit­sun­days.

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