Grahame Bond may be best known for creating the groundbreaking ABC comedy series Aunty Jack, but he has also written books, stage shows , musicals, and won awards for TV, as well as being named a member of the Order of Australia. In 1990, Grahame also opened his own advertising agency, winning many blue chip clients before selling up in 1996. In recent years Grahame has travelled to some remarkable places as an adventurer, including trekking in Nepal, canoeing in Kakadu, cycling from Hanoi to Saigon and digging up archaeological ruins in Jordan, Cyprus and Syria. He has also recently shot a documentary in Papua New Guinea. His extensive travel provided some of the inspiration for his first novel, The Great Pink Hunter, due to be published in 2017.