About Us – Meet the Team2017-01-20T11:02:38+00:00



Keiran Robson moved to the Southern Highlands in 2013 with her husband and their then 3mo first son, after going on maternity leave from her dream job as Customer Service Manager at the famous Brasserie Bread.

Leaving behind a 20 year career in Hospitality and Customer Service Management (along with all their friends), Keiran founded the popular local Facebook group Southern Highlands Mums & Dads after struggling to find information on local services, businesses, playgroups and ways to make friends (stalking other mums at cafes was getting weird!).

The group started with regular meet-ups at local cafes and parks and has grown into a fabulous resource for parents in the area and those considering making the move and wanting advice and some ready made contacts. 

Now with two small children, an amazing network of friends, acquaintances and business contacts it’s time to share the love!!


Annalise - profileContributor

Annalise is a recent transplant to the Highlands from Sydney, but she is originally from Western Australia.

An English teacher, she is currently taking some time out to spend at home with her toddler son and is awaiting the arrival of her second child later this year. She loves reading, hanging out with her friends and family and cheering on the mighty West Coast Eagles.


Corinne-Dany-profilePhotographer • Artist • Highland Baby & Child Founding Editor

Corinne Dany  has spent the last 10 years photographing Southern Highland families after settling in the area over 17 years ago from Sydney. As a  graphic artist, professional photographer, an ex-nurse and a family woman (not in any particular order!), Corinne has embraced family life in the Highlands and has contributed to many business and community projects throughout the shire. “Children and their family network have always been a central theme to whatever I have done and the creation of Highland Baby and Child was the result of many years of research, networking, community involvement and enjoyment of what our beautiful Southern Highlands has to offer.”
Corinne has now moved on to concentrate on her art and photography but will continue to be a guest contributor and part of the SHL family.