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Rachel Baxendale

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Rachel Baxendale is a journalist who works for The Australian. Baxendale’s work is featured in several magazines, including The Australian, The Herald Sun, Countryman, CathNews, Mercury, The Herald Sun, The Weekly Times, The Advertiser, and many more.

Rachel mainly writes about state and federal politics. Baxendale covered the federal election in 2016, Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce’s resignation, and the Liberal leadership spill of 2018.

Meet Rachel Baxendale On Twitter

Rachel Baxendale’s Twitter account has 20.7k followers. Rachel joined the platform in July 2009 and has more than 9.8k tweets. Baxendale often lands herself in trouble on Twitter because of her tweets and articles.

Baxendale mostly tweets articles and news related to her work. Rachel got herself in a Twitter war and drew a lot of criticism in August 2020. Baxendale decided to use Twitter more carefully and warily after that.

Rachel Baxendale Age And Husband

Rachel Baxendale’s age is 33 years.

Rachel was born and raised in Victoria, Australia. Baxendale’s nationality is Australian. She joined The Australian’s Melbourne office as a journalist in 2012.

The details about Rachel Baxendale’s husband are private. Rachel rarely talks about her family, husband, and children to the media.

Quick Facts:

Name Rachel Baxendale
Age 33
Gender Female
Nationality Australian
Profession Journalist
Married/Single Married
Education RMIT University
Twitter @rachelbaxendale

Some Fun Facts About Rachel Baxendale

  1. Rachel Baxendale writes for The Australian’s Melbourne and Victorian bureau. 
  2. The details of Baxendale’s net worth are still private. Rachel Baxendale rarely talks about the details of her salary and earnings to the media.
  3. According to her LinkedIn profile, Rachel went to the University of Melbourne and graduated with a degree in Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in 2011. In university, Baxendale studied English literature, media, and communication. Rachel was the editor of Farrago, the student newspaper at the university.
  4. In 2012, Rachel graduated with a diploma in Journalism from the RMIT University.
  5. She covered the Liberal Leadership of 2018, where Malcolm Turnbull was replaced as prime minister by Scott Morrison.