Greg Sezun

Senior Veterinarian and Director (BVSc)

Greg’s veterinary degree was completed at Melbourne University. Following his graduation he worked in several places in Victoria, Tasmania, and Mount Gambier.

Greg moved to the Adelaide Hills in 1993, then in 1994 moved to Victor Harbour. He commenced work in Port Lincoln for Dr John Granger at Lincoln Vet Centre in 1997. Greg then set up a mobile horse practice on the Fleurieu Peninsula in 2000 until 2012 when he opened Vets On Eyre. Greg still lives in Victor Harbour, spending half the week there and the other half here in Port Lincoln working.
Along the way Greg has acquired formal post graduate qualifications in Veterinary Acupuncture and has passed membership examination of the Australian and New Zealand course of Veterinary Scientist in Horse Dentistry.

Outside of work Greg enjoys playing the guitar, swimming, reading, yoga, boxing and keeping fit.

Madeleine Baird

Senior Veterinarian and Director (BVSc)

Dr Maddi has worked with us at Vets On Eyre since 2017. Originally from the Riverland, Maddi completed her veterinary degree at the University of Adelaide and has been with us since. Maddi loved Vets On Eyre so much she decided to become one of the partners of the practice alongside Greg and Lisa, and to call Port Lincoln her home. Here she met her now husband Chris and they live with their 2 fur babies, Penny the cat and Poppy the Pug. Maddi will begin her biggest journey yet of parenthood very soon!

Maddi enjoys the variety of mixed rural practice, including surgery, consults and hitting the road to run the clinics in Ceduna and Cleve.
Outside of work Maddi enjoys exploring the Eyre Peninsula, reading and enjoying a good drop of wine or gin.

Lisa Wiseman

Registered Veterinary Nurse & Practice Manager

Lisa has been with Vets On Eyre since their beginnings in 2012 when she re-entered the veterinary industry in a nursing role, after an extensive break raising her family and helping to run her and husband, Michael’s, farm. 

As the business grew, Lisa entered the role of Practice Manager in 2014, and in 2016 she became a partner in the business with Greg Sezun. 

She loves all aspects of her job, from the daily running of the business, stepping in and nursing when needed and interacting with all the clients and their pets. She also has huge respect for and adores working alongside her team mates to provide a high level of veterinary care and support to the animals of the Eyre Peninsula.

In her spare time, she enjoys riding and hanging out with her horses Okie, Ben and Tater learning the sport of Reining and helping with the cattle work on the farm.  She also spends as much time as possible with her beloved pooches Molly, Remi & Mani. Her farmyard menagerie also includes cats Martin, Streety, Winnie and Cinder Kit-Kit, Ralf the cockatiel, and magpies Eileen and Angry Bird.

Tamika Clark

Registered Veterinary Nurse & Assistant Practice Manager (Certificate II Animal Studies/Certificate IV Veterinary Nurse)

Tamika started working at Vets On Eyre in 2014 as a school-based apprentice studying her Certificate II in Animal Studies. After completing year 12 Tamika stayed on with us and completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. If you don’t see Tamika out nursing as regularly as she used to this is because she has also since taken on the role of Assistant Practice Manager and Administration, Tamika can also be found spending many hours organising all our country trips to Ceduna, Streaky Bay, Elliston & Cleve. 

Tamika thoroughly enjoys working in all aspects of the veterinary clinic from Surgery to Hospital and Administration. She especially enjoys reception and meeting/helping all our lovely customers and their fur babies. When not working Tamika enjoys the beach, camping, cooking, reading and spending time with her family, fiancé Justin and her rescue Staffy cross, Loki (who is soon to become a big brother to a baby human!)

Jess Leppard

Veterinarian (BVSc)

Jess grew up on the Sunshine Coast in QLD and graduated from the University of Queensland in 2013. She worked on the Gold Coast for many years before moving to the UK with her partner Tim who she met at vet school. They both enjoyed working as locum vets in Oxford and spent their time off traveling around Europe in a campervan. Jess started a locum stint at Vets On Eyre in 2020 and decided to call the Eyre Peninsula home in 2021. She enjoys surfing, cooking, and hanging with her dog Millie, who has just become a big sister!

Amanda Blaxland

Veterinarian (BVSc)

Amanda is a recent graduate who moved to Port Lincoln for her first job after graduating from DVM at the University of Adelaide in 2021. 

Originally from the UK, Amanda has been living in Adelaide since 2010 with her family before deciding on a change of scenery to the Eyre Peninsula. 

So far Amanda has been thoroughly enjoying all aspects of the job and getting to know the people in our community. She enjoys baking, reading, gardening and craft projects, and spending time outdoors camping or at the beach with her Boxer dog Hollie. Staying true to her English roots, Amanda loves a proper good tea, but is also partial to a tasty red wine or gin.

Emma Manthorpe

Veterinary Nurse (Certificate IV Veterinary Nurse )

Emma started working at Vets On Eyre as a qualified Cert IV Veterinary Nurse in 2014. She thoroughly loves working with companion animals but her true passion lies within the equine industry. Emma has completed her Equine Sports Massage, Emmetts for Horses, Equine Craniosacral Therapy, Equissagae and Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy course to help many horses on the Eyre Peninsula.

Before COVID-19 Emma enjoyed travelling overseas and competing in endurance horse races where she completed the Mongol Derby in Mongolia and won the Race The Wild Coast in South Africa. Emma is on her next adventure of being a new mum to Zeppy whilst enjoying the outdoors with her little doggy companion Sailor and her five Horses.

Martika Christensen

Veterinary Nurse

Martika has been a nurse at Vets On Eyre since 2013. She did leave to work in a clinic in Adelaide for a few years but found herself drawn back to Vets On Eyre in 2017.
Martika loves surgical nursing, helping in consults, caring for the hospital patients and a bit of grooming. Martika is great with comforting and calming our more nervous patients who walk through our door.

In Martika’s spare time she enjoys the beach and hanging out with her fur baby Rubi as well as her 1 eyed cat Roger.

Meg Bowers

Veterinary Nurse (Cert IV Veterinary Nursing)

Meg began working at Vets On Eyre in 2015 by volunteering in her school holidays, before starting a role of kennel hand after school. Meg has now finished school and is now working as a Vet Nurse and is currently studying her Cert IV.
Meg enjoys helping in surgery, consults and comforting the hospital patients – no job is to big or to small for Meg.
Outside of work Meg loves the beach, walking her dog Lexi and going to the gym.

Courtney Reid

Veterinary Nurse (Cert IV Veterinary Nursing)

Courtney started working at Vets On Eyre whilst completing her Certificate II in Animal Studies in 2020. Since completing her animal studies Courtney now has commenced her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and is thoroughly enjoying it.
Courtney loves meeting all the animals that come into the clinic and making their time with us a pleasant one. You will always find Courtney going the extra mile to spoil your fur baby while at Vets On Eyre.
In Courtney’s spare time she loves to travel, go to the gym and spend time with her Bull Terrier Arlo and partner Chad.

Samantha Pearn

Veterinary Nurse (Certificate IV Veterinary Nurse)

Sam joined us at Vets On Eyre in May 2022 and had quickly slotted into our team like family. 
Before meeting her partner and moving to the Eyre Peninsula, Sam used to call the Riverland home where she completed her Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing. Sam is very compassionate towards all of her fluffy clients and is quiet often found sneaking in extra cuddles with them to make them feel extra special. 
When Sam isn't working she can be found camping, at the beach and spending time with her partner and her fur babies Tempy the rescue Kelpie, Hugo the Golden Retriever, Macey the rescue tabby cat and Jasper the ragdoll. 

Katrina Deakin

Veterinary Nurse

Kat has been a nurse at Vets On Eyre since 2021. Before starting at Vets On Eyre she had been working in multiple clinic across the Adelaide region before taking a 2 year gap to travel to Canada to work at Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary. 
Kat loves surgical nursing and has an extra love and a calming effect on all of our feline patients.  

In Kat's spare time she can be found playing netball, spending time with her two beautiful nieces and her gorgeous bengal Sabu.

Grace Kemp


Grace has been working at Vets On Eyre as our groomer since 2017. Grace is a bright and bubbly addition to our crew at Vets On Eyre and always is going above and beyond for her grooms to ensure they are feeling fresh and clean.

In between Grace’s grooming schedule she can be found riding her horse Moose in the sunshine, walking and bike riding. 

Grace also enjoys spending time with her family, horses, at the beach and of course spoiling her dogs Bella and Milo.


Clinic Cat (Customer Service Manager)

Tabitha is also a stray that ‘adopted us’ when she was found and brought in with a sore leg. She is the smoochiest cat and wants to cuddles from anyone and everyone who walks in the door, 2 or 4 legged. If you get out of your chair she thinks you’ve warmed it up for her!


Clinic Cat (Podiatrist (snuffling & rubbing patients feet))

Dennis was 6 weeks old when we adopted him. We couldn’t decide on a name so we decided to do a ‘Name our clinic cat’ competition. One of our lovely customers chose Dennis the Menace – purr-fect!

He is such a cheeky cat and thinks he owns the clinic. Dennis can be found warming up patients cages when they are out for procedures. He also likes to help comfort patients with cuddles regularly.


Practice Mascot (Playing freeze)

Lenny, our bearded dragon, came into the clinic from Pet Stock with an injured foot, he’d had a disagreement with another lizard. We decided to keep him. He loves to keep an eye on all of the comings and goings in the clinic and is also a constant source of entertainment for children and cats Dennis and Tabitha.

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