After a decade on Triple M Sydney Breakfast radio Gus Worland broke down in tears this morning as he bid farewell to his beloved listeners and colleagues.
Gus was surprised in studio by his wife Vicky and three children – who have endured 10 years of their husband and father doing breakfast radio hours.
His last song request – Midnight Oil’s King Of The Mountain.
During the week many of Gus’ mates left farewell messages for him, including Steve Smith and Mark Geyer, but the best was saved ‘til last with a message from his childhood mate, Hugh Jackman.
A karaoke king, Gus performed Gold by Spandau Ballet on his final day of brekkie radio.
A passionate advocate for men’s mental health, Gus created the Gotcha 4 Life Foundation in 2017 and will now focus even more of his attention on the burgeoning foundation.
However, Gus won’t step away from radio entirely, with Triple M securing him to re-create the station’s famous Deadset Legends show in 2020 with Wendell Sailor and Jude Bolton on Saturday mornings.