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Supporting businesses for 70+ years

At Roberts + Morrow we’re passionate about supporting local communities. From supporting local businesses to creating opportunities for entrepreneurs and start-ups, Roberts + Morrow plays an active role in the very hearts of our communities.

We are also involved in many important aspects of our communities including sport, arts and music, local charities and primary, secondary and tertiary education institutions.

Roberts + Morrow has built a strong reputation through its expertise, integrity, professionalism and a long standing commitment to its clients. We continue to expand to suit the changing requirements of clients and to provide them with a growing range of services to manage their businesses.

Our core values

At the core of Roberts + Morrow is a set of values that underpin the internal communication strategy.

These values serve as a reference point which can be used to measure and reward performance.


We are different, intelligent, unique and extraordinary. We deliver a diverse range of services and a holistic approach making us invaluable to our clients.


We have the energy, vitality and agility to achieve results and go the extra mile. We are insightful, nimble and ‘solid’.


We are true, honest and always have the best intentions. We are transparent, genuine and reliable. We are trusted, friendly and approachable.


We strive for the highest standards possible and maintain absolute focus on achieving results. We are disciplined with a high degree of quality assurance.


We are dependable and always communicate effectively. We work across teams and branches to achieve meaningful outcomes. We are supportive and we attract and recruit the best people and reward them accordingly.

Our History


Don Roberts and Keith Crichton take over HG Uther & Co. The name of the firm changes to Crichton Roberts & Co.


Jack Morrow joins the firm as a Senior Clerk.


Jack Morrow becomes a Partner.


Keith Coggan joins the firm and the practice of ER Patston & Co was acquired.


Keith Crichton retires and Don Roberts & Jack Morrow carry on the firm.


The firm changes its name to Roberts & Morrow.


The Glen Innes branch of the firm was opened and Silvia Grigg became the first female partner of the firm (who managed the new Glen Innes office).


Jack Morrow retired after being with the practice for 26 years.


A practice was acquired in Tenterfield where the next branch of Roberts & Morrow commenced.


Don Roberts retired after being with the firm for 36 years.


Roberts & Morrow Financial Services (now Financial Planning) was created.


The firm launched Roberts & Morrow Technology (RMT ).


Roberts & Morrow Audit commences and around this time, Roberts & Morrow Superannuation is launched.


The firm opened an office in Narrabri under the management of now retired partner Simon Croft.


RMT opened an office in Townsville QLD, by then boasting a team of 35 and over 4,500 seats under management.


Roberts & Morrow merged with Plante Davis in Tamworth and the total team grew beyond 100 staff. Plante Davis had a long history of its own starting in 1967!


Roberts & Morrow Legal Solutions was created as the latest specialist service.


The firm opened its newest office in Brisbane QLD with Partner Jason Simmonds relocating to the Sunny State.


Celebrated 70 years


Merged with long standing Tamworth firm Malvern Mathews Smith