Philippa “Pip” Courtney is an Australian journalist and television presenter. Pip grew up in Tasmania and studied politics and English at University. She worked in radio and television news for the ABC in Tasmania from 1996 until she joined the ABC’s rural current affairs program Landline in 1993. In 2007 Pip and former Landline presenter Sally Sara were named Queensland Journalists of the Year for a feature on depression called “Black Dog”. In 2011 Pip received the Star Prize for Broadcast Journalism from the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists for her report “Pipe Dreams” about the coal seam gas industry. In 2014 and 2015 she received Clarion Awards for rural reporting. She was appointed host of Landline in 2012, and continues in her reporting role.
Pip Courtney appears with thanks to Media Partner ABC.