Friendly, vibrant and a touch naïve, Amber’s on the cusp of adulthood – and dealing with the many life changes that come with it. If you’d met Amber a year ago, you would’ve found a girl devoted to her friends, family and her horse, Mr. Sunshine. But Amber’s priorities changed when she began a relationship with the local bad boy of Mount Isa, Robbo. When Robbo came to Erinsborough he blackmailed her brother Mason into an attempted robbery, and then secretly taped an intimate moment with Amber, later using it to blackmail her. Despite the pain Robbo caused Amber, she is still reeling from the loss, and consequently, she treads cautiously in her new relationship with Joshua Willis, the boy across the road. Inheriting her mum Lauren’s love of horses, the pair have always been close. And while her dad, Matt, is the disciplinarian, Amber knows she’s the apple of his eye… and she knows how to work him when required. Amber has a close relationship with her brothers Mason and Bailey. They stir each other mercilessly and their practical jokes are legendary, but at the end of the day, she’d do anything for them, and they would do the same in return. Amber has to work hard to keep up at school. Like her mother Lauren, she has a great eye and is a talented artist who has recently turned her interests to photography. Amber’s not materialistic or particularly interested in pop culture. Due to her country upbringing she’s not afraid to get her hands dirty and is more tomboy than princess –with a country - chic style of her own that turns heads wherever she goes.