Liz Cantor is an Australian TV Presenter and a reality TV star

Liz Cantor first made waves in Australia as a competitive surfer. Sponsored by Billabong, her surfing career took her to Fiji, Tahiti, Hawaii and Europe to compete. In 2003 she was also the first female Surf Judge to travel internationally on the World Surf League.

Liz completed her Journalism degree in 2003. She considered studying Marine Biology, but her love for sharing stories pulled her towards a career in media. She combined a Bachelor of Communications degree with a Meteorology Course, through the Australian Bureau.

Prior to this in 2002 she’d made her on-screen acting debut in Australian feature film Blurred. A year later she appeared in Gettin Square before landing a role on television drama series Blue Water High as ‘Corin Hardy’ in 2005. Later that year she scored a spot on the Channel 7 reality television show The Mole, a show which kick-started her career with Channel 7. She competed against 12 other contestants and despite being the youngest, won.

In 2005 Channel 7 hired Cantor as a presenter on Queensland’s adventure lifestyle program Creek to Coast and shortly after The Great South East, a travel program focusing on tourist attractions and events in Queensland. Also, that year Cantor made her debut as a weather presenter for 7 News, and in 2008 became the presenter for the national Gold Lotto draws. Cantor still fills each of these roles, with nearly 20 years experience in live television. She is seen weekly presenting Powerball, 7News Gold Coast Weather, Creek to Coast 5:30pm Saturday and renamed Weekender TV 5:30pm Sunday.

Liz is very passionate about charity and giving back..

In 2016 she gained the title 2 x Reality TV Show winner! After winning ultra HD network INSIGHT TV’s first adventure reality show. Living Stone – Botswana was screened internationally and saw Liz and husband Ryan represent Australia, surviving starvation and the wilderness of Africa, against couples from England, New Zealand, America, South Africa and The Middle East.

In 2024 career highlights include presenting the $200 Million Powerball Jackpot, appearing as a ‘Weather Presenting Pup’ in an episode of Bluey, traveling to Norfolk Island with Weekender TV and hosting the red carpet at the AACTA AWARDS for Screen Queensland.

Liz spent her teenage years as a competitive surfer, sponsored by Billabong.

Liz is an ambassador for Isuzu Ute Australia and the face of their MU-X.

She’s an ambassador for Shake it Up raising funds and awareness for Parkinson’s Disease.

As a passionate horse lover and part owner of two racehorses, Liz sits on the board of Transitioning Thoroughbreds Foundation.

She was also the face of Surf Life Saving Queensland 2021.

Liz makes regular appearances on radio shows for SeaFM, Triple MMM and HIT105. And announces the Beach and Surf reports on 102.9 Hot Tomato 7 days a week.