Rebecca Judd is the latest star to flock to Byron Bay

Rebecca Judd recently parted ways with Channel Nine and quit her job at KIIS FM’s 3pm Pick-Up radio show.

And as she scales back on her media commitments, the 37-year-old is looking forward to having ‘a bit of freedom next year’ and travelling Australia with her family.

According to this week’s Sunday Herald Sun, the AFL WAG is heading to Byron Bay this week with husband Chris Judd and their four young children, before celebrating Christmas with her extended family at the couple’s $7.3million Melbourne mansion. 

Heading north: According to this week's Sunday Herald Sun, Rebecca Judd (pictured), 37, is the latest star to flock to Byron Bay as she scales back on her media commitments

Heading north: According to this week's Sunday Herald Sun, Rebecca Judd (pictured), 37, is the latest star to flock to Byron Bay as she scales back on her media commitments

Heading north: According to this week’s Sunday Herald Sun, Rebecca Judd (pictured), 37, is the latest star to flock to Byron Bay as she scales back on her media commitments

‘We have no commitments in Melbourne [in 2021]. It will be nice to have a bit of freedom next year,’ Rebecca told the publication of her and husband Chris’ plans.

The couple, who are proud parents to son Oscar, nine, daughter Billie, six, and twin sons Tom and Darcy, four, plan on continuing their travel around Australia next year. 

‘What COVID-19 has taught us is that we can do the majority of our work from anywhere. We have family all over [the country] and the ability to travel within Australia and still work while doing it,’ Rebecca said.  

Rebecca quit her KIIS 101.1 radio show last month, after three years on the air.

Sun and sand: Rebecca will head to Byron Bay this week with husband Chris Judd and their four young children, before celebrating Christmas with her extended family at the couple's $7.3million Melbourne mansion

Sun and sand: Rebecca will head to Byron Bay this week with husband Chris Judd and their four young children, before celebrating Christmas with her extended family at the couple's $7.3million Melbourne mansion

Sun and sand: Rebecca will head to Byron Bay this week with husband Chris Judd and their four young children, before celebrating Christmas with her extended family at the couple’s $7.3million Melbourne mansion 

'We have family all over the country': Rebecca and Chris, who are proud parents to son Oscar, nine, daughter Billie, six, and twin sons Tom and Darcy, four (all pictured), plan on continuing their travel around Australia next year

'We have family all over the country': Rebecca and Chris, who are proud parents to son Oscar, nine, daughter Billie, six, and twin sons Tom and Darcy, four (all pictured), plan on continuing their travel around Australia next year

‘We have family all over the country’: Rebecca and Chris, who are proud parents to son Oscar, nine, daughter Billie, six, and twin sons Tom and Darcy, four (all pictured), plan on continuing their travel around Australia next year 

She will be replaced on the 3pm Pick-Up by comedian Kate Langbroek in January, the Australian Radio Network confirmed.

Kate will join Rebecca’s co-hosts Katie ‘Monty’ Dimond and Yumi Stynes. 

Rebecca had hosted the afternoon radio program alongside Monty for two days a week, while Yumi sat in her chair for the other three days.

She also parted ways with Channel Nine recently, after working for the network on and off for almost a decade. 

New chapter: Rebecca quit her KIIS 101.1 radio show last month, after three years on the air

New chapter: Rebecca quit her KIIS 101.1 radio show last month, after three years on the air

New chapter: Rebecca quit her KIIS 101.1 radio show last month, after three years on the air 

Channel Nine presenter: The brunette beauty also parted ways with Channel Nine recently, after working for the network on and off for almost a decade

Channel Nine presenter: The brunette beauty also parted ways with Channel Nine recently, after working for the network on and off for almost a decade

Channel Nine presenter: The brunette beauty also parted ways with Channel Nine recently, after working for the network on and off for almost a decade 

A Nine spokesperson said last month that Rebecca hadn’t been able to film her segments for Victorian travel show Postcards due to the coronavirus pandemic, effectively leaving her without a position.  

‘Covid-19 restrictions have meant that we have been unable to film new episodes of Postcards,’ the representative told Daily Mail Australia.

They continued: ‘Rebecca is great talent and we would welcome the chance to work with her again should the right opportunity arise.’

Rebecca began hosting Postcards in 2011. She was previously the weather presenter for Nine News Melbourne. 

In addition to spruiking various companies online, Rebecca is making a tidy income from the activewear label Jaggad, which she co-owns.  

Entrepreneur: In addition to spruiking various companies online, Rebecca is making a tidy income from the activewear label Jaggad, which she co-owns

Entrepreneur: In addition to spruiking various companies online, Rebecca is making a tidy income from the activewear label Jaggad, which she co-owns

Entrepreneur: In addition to spruiking various companies online, Rebecca is making a tidy income from the activewear label Jaggad, which she co-owns 

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