Willie Carne is a legendary Queensland footballer who played for Australia, Queensland and The Brisbane Broncos from 1989 – 1996 during what many describe as ‘The Golden Age of Rugby League’. A formidable player who possessed intimidating speed and agility. On the wing and at fullback he was instrumental in winning several premierships, State of Origin clashes and the 1992 World Cup for the Kangaroos. In 2000 Willie was awarded the Australian Sports Medal for his pivotal contribution to Australia’s international standing in the sport of Rugby League. He continues to hold the record for the most tries in consecutive games. Willie has enjoyed a rewarding professional career in the real estate arena since 2001. His commitment to excellence and characteristic drive for results is integral to an equally outstanding performance in property.