Bianca Hunt

Bianca Hunt

“A personality trait that gets on my nerves is loud eating”

Growing up in Brisbane with her parents and two siblings, Bianca Hunt, a proud Kamilaroi, Barkindji, Ballardong and Whadjuk Woman, was always the “creative kid” in her family. While her brother played AFL, and sister was a runner, she loved dancing and singing.

Fast forward to 2023, and the now-27-year-old has an established career in the Australian media space, having been a host of the 2019 National NAIDOC Awards, a guest on The Drum in the past, and also a co-host of Indigenous TV network NITV’s Yokayi Footy program.

She is a Queensland University of Technology, Business and Creative Industries Graduate, 2021 LinkedIn Changemaker, experienced broadcaster and freelancer.

In 2021, Bianca launched her own talent agency, AGNT BLAK, aimed at providing a safe environment for First Nations media personalities, speakers and influencers to thrive in mainstream spaces.

Bianca has a passion to bring her full-self into every space she enters and intends to have a positive influence in the media industry.

Her newest upcoming project is co-host of Going Places with Ernie Dingo which she is excited to share soon.

Bianca became a Co-CEO at 21 for a non-profit and has worked across multiple industries putting her ahead of the game. She is always looking for new challenges and different ways to express herself.

Instagram: @_biancahunt_