Cameron Johnstone, Partner, Business Advisory
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“Don’t be afraid to take risks. Stepping out of your comfort zone – it’s what pushes you to the next level.”

Cameron Johnstone

Partner, Business Advisory

For Cameron, pushing the boundaries is an integral part of what he expects from himself and his team. “If you keep doing what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always got. It’s thinking different that’s the key.” 

Priding himself on his innovative approach, Cameron enjoys working with clients not just to create their best outcomes, but educate and inform them too. “It’s about collaboration. Helping my clients understand all areas of their business is central to what I do.”

Cameron’s broad commercial focus has seen him specialise in working with private business owners who have growth as an objective.

Ensuring they make the decisions that align with their strategy, he walks them through all area of their business – from structure to compliance, financing, wealth creation, succession and estate planning.

As a former Chairman of NSW CAANZ, Cameron’s focus on growth and development is something he brought to the table for his professional community too.

Using his expertise to support and facilitate its organisational success and sustainability, Cameron has been a strong supporter and advocate for the organisation for over 15 years.

When not in the office, Cameron enjoys spending quality time with his family and his BBQ.

The Facts:

Core Expertise

  • Tax compliance for small and large businesses
  • Property development
  • Finance and loan advice
  • Succession planning


  • Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
  • Chairman, NSW Regional Council, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
  • Chartered Tax Advisor
  • Member CEO Institute
  • Bachelor of Economics
  • Justice of the Peace


  • Technology
  • Professional Services
  • Manufacturing
  • Professional Services

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