Dave Morrell
Dave Morrell – Practice Owner Veterinary Surgeon

We ( my wife Helen and 6 month old Son Boaz) came to Broome in 1978. At that time the population was about 3,000. We decided to stay and established a veterinary service for the area as there was no Vet in Broome. We initially lived in a caravan and I remember operating at night with Helen holding a torch so that I could see. I used to go to people’s houses and operate on their kitchen tables as I had no proper surgery room.

Picture2The Government campaign to eradicate Tuberculosis in cattle gave me a lot of work on the cattle stations and I had to juggle that with the small animal work in town. The first few years was very hectic but 38 years later the business has grown into a first class practice of which we are proud of.

I continue to work for my company Broome Cattle Vets with cattle on the stations, the work now being pregnancy testing, speying cattle and the veterinary supervision of the live shipment of cattle to Indonesia and some other countries.

I have been very fortunate to have excellent staff members that maintain a high standard of service and are dedicated to their work.


Scott DavisScott Davis – Veterinary Surgeon / Practice Owner

185475_10152008769095403_2078166931_nScott graduated from the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006, then went on to complete 18 months of advanced training in small animal surgery at the Massey University Veterinary Teaching Hospital in New Zealand. After completing his internship there in 2008, Scott joined the Broome Veterinary Hospital as a locum veterinarian and has since become so enamored with Broome that he has stayed on permanently. Scott enjoys kayaking, free-diving, and cycling in his free time. In 2020 Scott bought into the practice and is Partners with Dave Morrell.



Chiquita Minshull – Veterinary Surgeon





Gracie Naughton – Veterinary Surgeon





Helen Mooney

Helen Mooney – Practice Manager Veterinary Nurse

Helen is a qualified Veterinary Nurse from the UK. She joined us in 2008 as a locum and then returned in 2011. She has now moved to Broome permanently with her husband and Safe dog “Dude” and enjoys working with her colleagues at Broome Veterinary Hospital.


Anja Dhalluin – Veterinary Nurse

Anja was working as a vet receptionist on and off for 8 years first in Cape Town, South Africa and then in Windhoek Namibia travelling in between the two. She decided to complete her Vet Nursing degree in Perth in 1997, where she also met her husband. She enjoyed working at Busselton Vets for 4 years before moving to Broome in 2003. She has 5 cats, a loving dog named Molly and a beautiful daughter.



Narelle Belcher – Veterinary Nurse

Narelle is one of our Veterinary Nurses in the Broome Vet team. Narelle currently works part time as she runs her own grooming salon outside of the hospital.



Indi Williams – Veterinary Nurse

As our team continues to grow we welcome Indi, a qualified vet nurse who has most recently spent time working on stations. Making a change back to small animals Indi joins us part time whilst continuing her studies.



Shantelle Filipenko – Veterinary Nurse

Shantelle moved to Broome from the sunny town of Darwin, where she has a vast background in wildlife and architecture. She is currently study and working her way towards her Veterinary Nursing qualification to pursue her love for animals.


Rebecca Keating  – Receptionist

Bec has lived in the Kimberley with her family and many 4 legged friends for the past 8 years. She joined the team at the end of 2019 in a front desk role. Bec is currently training both in her role at the clinic and plans to start learning her vet nursing skills soon.



Jude Hurst  – Receptionist

Jude moved to Broome in 2015 from the small town of Dongara with her husband Pete and beautiful golden retriever Gracie. Jude has a background in medical reception and an adoration for animals which has made her the perfect addition to the Broome vets team.