Dr Andrew Ottley
Andrew graduated with honours from The University of Sydney. He worked in Ulladulla for 5 years before moving to the U.K to work and travel. Andrew returned to become co-owner of the Hospital in 2005. In 2017 his co-owner Gary retired and Andrew became sole owner of the practice.
He enjoys all that the area has to offer-both the natural beauty and wildlife and the great sense of community. He has a special interest in dermatology. Outside of work, Andrew enjoys tennis, skiing, the beach, gardening, travelling and art.
Dr Naomi Singleton
Originally from Somerset, England, Dr Naomi graduated from the University of Sydney. Keen to work in a coastal mixed practice she chose the lovely Ulladulla as her next home.
Naomi loves all aspects of veterinary medicine and enjoys dealing with all creatures great and small.
She is kept busy looking after her dog Kody, two children and loving husband. Any free time is spent doing something outdoorsy.
Dr Rachel Nightingale
Dr Rachel graduated from the University of Sydney and started work at a mixed practice in Lismore, Northern NSW. At the start of 2018 she decided to trade the north coast for the south coast and moved to Ulladulla to join our team. Rachel is recognisable as the tallest of our vets, and so fittingly she has two tall (and spoilt) rescued greyhounds named JoJo and Flick, as well as a cat named Miso who was dumped on the clinic doorstep with kittens.
Rachel has an interest in behaviour, surgery, dermatology and wildlife but enjoys all aspects of the job. Rachel enjoys diving, hiking, camping, going to the beach and just about anything in the great outdoors.
Dr Jessica McLeod
Jess graduated from the University of Sydney with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. She moved from her hometown of Yass to join the team at the start of 2019. Originally from north western NSW, Jess completed a Bachelor of Livestock Science prior to becoming a vet, working as a researcher in livestock health and production for both private and government research bodies.
Jess is a keen horse rider and an accredited judge with the Australian Stock Horse Society, spending her free time competing at shows and campdrafts. She also has an adorable Jack Russell puppy named Winnie to keep her on her toes!
Dr Corinna Fullarton
Corinna is affectionately nicknamed "The Boomerang" of Ulladulla Vet because she keeps coming back! Corinna worked with us after graduating from James Cook University. She then left for a stint in Northern NSW and rural Victoria before finding her way right back to Ulladulla.
Corinna enjoys going to the beach and hanging out with her dog Tilly.
Dr Simone Daley
"Professor" Simone graduated many moons ago and worked in various clinics in her early career, including here at Ulladulla for several years. She then left the vet world for a little while to take up high school teaching on the Far South Coast. However, like many of our staff, she made her way back to Ulladulla again to take a part-time position on our team. Simone likes medicine and building good relationships with her clients. In her spare time you'll find her at the beach walking, ocean swimming and surfing with her family and two dogs.
Dr Jacqui Letondeur
Jacqui originally hales from Far North Queensland. She graduated from The University of Sydney and has worked across several fields in the UK & Australia. Her experience varies from first opinion general practice to emergency & critical care.
Jacqui enjoys everything the great outdoors has to offer. On the weekends you'll find her swimming & hiking alongside her dog, Arlo.
Our Veterinary Nurses
Kath started volunteering back at the old Milton Vet Clinic at the ripe age of 21. She then started part time work, and moved on to full-time work soon after. At this stage the practice was two vets and two nurses. Kath loved working with animals, hence why she’s still here! During her time here, Kath has learned so much about life, death, empathy and fun, fun, fun!
After 34 years, she needed a break so moved on to the local camp store for 3 years, but she oh so missed the warm furry bodies. So here she is again, and she says this time it’s until she retires! Outside of animals, she loves her family and anything to do with nature.
Lisa is originally from Coffs Harbour but has been a part of the team for over twenty four years. Lisa has many pets including two teenaged children, a Rottweiler named Soulice, a pug x named Chuggy, two cats named Bell Bell and Rosie, and a ferret named Mitten. You will often see her friendly face at reception. In her spare time Lisa enjoys spending time with her children.
Suzie has been working with us since 2002 and is our practice manager. She has a passion for child and animal welfare and has been a child foster carer for over ten years. All of her pets over the years have been rescue pets!
Suzie’s role is to ensure that our practice runs smoothly while taking into consideration our valuable clients as well as our dedicated staff. In her spare time she likes to go camping with her family and loves working in her garden.
Alex is our Swiss legend! She is grateful to have been given the opportunity to do her practical work with us while she was studying veterinary nursing. Her passion for animal welfare, her excellent nursing skills and her good Swiss work ethic were evident, so she was offered a job with our practice. Alex is not only a vet nurse but she is a qualified pastry chef.
Her own pets include Piper the Cavalier King Charles, Leeroy the boxer, and a bearded dragon.
Chris was born and raised in Ulladulla and has always had an interest in animals. He started working with animals when he was 13, firstly volunteering at a wildlife park and then going on to working in pet shops, where his main interest was birds and aquatic animals. He decided to follow his dream of owning a horse at 19 and learnt to ride. In 2013 he landed a job at Ulladulla Vet and has been here ever since, loving every day of it.
Chris loves Labradors and shares his life with a little black lab named Jessie.
When he’s not gallivanting around Sydney you’ll find Chris in his greenhouse attending to his extensive orchid collection.
Helena has been a qualified veterinary nurse for the past 15 years, and is now also a vet tech. She joined the Ulladulla team in 2014 after she and her husband started a family and moved to the area to raise their children. Helena spent many years in an orthopaedic specialists where she gained immense experience and a vast array of nursing skills. This is where her love for surgery, anaesthetics and radiology began. in 2020 she completed a Veterinary Technician degree at Charles Sturt University.
When not at work, Helena enjoys spending time with her family and two crazy kelpies. She is completing a degree in bachelor of Veterinary Technology.
Ashleigh’s first introduction to the veterinary world started when she did school work experience with us in year 10. She then came back as a student volunteer in year 11 and 12 to commence her studies in veterinary nursing, and has been with us ever since.
You’ll usually find her out the back hands on with either surgery or taking care of our hospital patients. On the weekends she enjoys being out bush and swimming in the river with her family and her two kelpies, Koda and Daisy.
James is one of out part-time nurses. James likened joining the team to joining a new family, where everyone not only supports but teaches each other.
James grew up on the South Coast and found himself intrigued by the scaly animals so decided to learn more about them. He has multiple animals including Elvis, a 15 year-old blue-tongued lizard, two young pythons, and Humphry the grand Standard Poodle. In his spare time he enjoys diving, rock climbing, calisthenics, surfing and beer.
Having spent five years as a human nurse, Maisy has begun the transition into veterinary nursing, currently studying and working part-time. She is currently undertaking a Veterinary Technician degree at Charles Sturt University. Maisy has a keen interest in large animals and a soft spot for staffies both great and small!
Maisy is thoroughly enjoying living and working back in the Milton/Ulladulla region spending time on her parents’ hobby farm and walking her staffy Koda along Narawallee beach.
Ash is a qualified veterinary nurse with nine years experience in the field. She is interested in surgical nursing and loves being hands-on with patients.
When she's not at the clinic, Ash spends her time horse riding or working at her family shop in Milton. She has 3 horses, Cisco, Scarlett and Harley, and a (furry) baby Staffy named Lola who is her pride and joy!