Dale Reardon lives in Kingston Beach, with his wife Jo, seeing eye dog Charlie and cat Molly. Dale is 44 years of age.
Dale is currently enrolled in a Law PhD at the Australian National University (ANU). The PhD is in relation to disability discrimination law in the field of employment.
Dale’s current seeing eye dog / guide dog is called Charlie and is pictured to the right. You can see a video of Charlie swimming at the Kingston Beach dog beach here.
Dale Reardon, along with Jo, is Owner and Director of Settled In Home Search and Relocation Services. Settled In helps people moving to Tasmania to find their new home to rent or buy as well as assisting with other aspects of their move. We also operate a blog, Living in Tasmania, which promotes Tasmania and the Tasmanian lifestyle to those thinking of moving as well as providing valuable information to current residents.
Dale is a member of the National Disability Insurance Agency Independent Advisory Council and provides advice and assistance in relation to the rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Dale was born in Launceston Tasmania and lived there with his brother, Bruce, and Mum and Dad until he moved to Hobart in 1988 to study at the University of Tasmania. Dale resided at Jane Franklin Hall during his University years and had a great time at the College.
In 1992 after completing a Law Degree with First Classs Honours and also a Graduate Certificate in Legal Practice he moved back to Launceston to work as a lawyer with Zeeman Kable and Page.
In 1994 Dale moved back to Hobart to operate a law firm in Kingston, Rutherford Barristers and Solicitors with his business partner Ian Rutherford.
In 1996 Dale and Ian sold their law practice and Dale commenced operating tourist accommodation businesses in Battery Point with his wife and in-laws. The Tourism businesses were very successful and in 2005 the businesses were sold.
Dale then lived in Melbourne for 12 months before he worked for a time in Perth Western Australia and then moved back to Melbourne. In Melbourne Dale worked for the Australian Taxation Office for 3.5 years.
Dale and Jo then decided the time was right in 2011 to move back to Tasmania and they lived in Sandy Bay until moving to Kingston Beach in 2014.
Dale has also served as a Board member and Director of the Royal Guide Dogs Association of Tasmania and the inaugural President of Blind Citizens Australia Tasmanian Branch. You can see full details of Dale’s work and business experience on this page.
Dale’s wife, Jo, grew up predominantly in Taroona so she also has a keen interest in the Kingborough area. Jo’s mother also lives in Kingston and believes that Kingston has everything that you could possibly need.