Meet our team

Meet our team from Mobile Adventures Australia (a small family-owned business) who will connect your content, stories and rich media together using the STQRY app to design and develop unique mobile tour guides to:

    • amplify your tourism attractions so your visitors can engage deeper, explore further and discover more
    • deepen the reach of mobile learning into educational programs
    • add value to museums and cultural collections
    • transform workplace learning practices into experiential practices
    • enhance delegates experiences at conferences and other events



Roger Edmonds (CEO/Creative Director)

Roger has been designing mobile tours since 2010. His work has been awarded the Centenary Medal of Australia, a UniSA Citation for Digital Learning and been shortlisted for a Global Reimagine Education Award. He also works part-time at the University of South Australia in learning design.

Kate Kleemann (Social Media)

Kate can assist with voice narration and integrating social media to your tour if required. Her other work is in the aged care industry as a Consumer Engagement Officer – Home Care Workforce Support.

Laura Jones (Training)

Laura can assist with F2F and online training and with video narration in your mobile tour if required. Her other work is as a Stakeholder Engagement Officer with a large SA Government Department.


Geo-information is the lifeblood of tourism and allowing students to design and use mobile tours in their tourism course significantly added to their understanding of  tourists’ behaviour and them appreciating the value of integrating mobile apps in tourism business operations. Roger, I highly appreciate your guidance and support in implementing the infrastructure, training and supporting students to design their own mobile mobile app.

Professor Marianna Sigala
Professor in Tourism, University of South Australia

I would like to extend a special thank you to Roger Edmonds for your excellent support of the Year 4, 5 students in the design and development of our mobile science adventure at the Adelaide Zoo. It has been a great learning experience for all of us. You provided excellent support and the students are very proud of their achievements.

Cate Berden
Teacher, Lockleys North Primary School

Location-based mobile learning is an engaging addition to hands-on exercises designed to get students experiencing the challenges of learning geology in the field. They enable both reconnaissance and reflection on the key scientific concepts and relationships that we explore which adds significant value to critical learning done in the field. I have found Roger very willing to create and implement innovative ideas to achieve this goal.

Professor Tom Raimondo
Professor in Geology and Geochemistry, University of South Australia

I want to congratulate Mobile Adventures Australia on your incredible achievement as a Finalist in the 2011 Computerworld Honors event for your visionary application of information technology to promote positive social, economic and educational change.

Jess Román-Salcedo
Chief Editor Computerworld Magazine

A big thank you to Mobile Adventures Australia for designing and developing the Tonsley mobile app/tour to make the history and culture of Tonsley become more personal and exciting to both visitors and local residents! Roger, your high-level technical, content curation, communication and team-focussed skills produced an innovative, interactive, clean and green contemporary focussed tourist attraction for the City of Marion.

Tracey Noah
Adult Programs Support Officer – City of Marion

The Henley & Grange Historical Society has worked with Roger Edmonds from Mobile Adventures Australia for several years developing our six mobile tour guides. From the outset, Roger demonstrated exceptional communication skills, was always willing to answer our questions and explain technical concepts in layman’s terms. I can highly recommend Roger to anyone in need of a talented, communicative, patient professional who is willing to work closely with his clients to realise their concepts.

Marie Hagen
President – Henley & Grange Historical Society