Johnston Withers

Rosa Manno.

Conveyancing clerk

Rosa Manno is a conveyancing clerk who has been helping Port Augusta families buy and sell property for over 30 years.

Working on Barngarla lands (Port Augusta)

As a Port Augusta local, I'm passionate about assisting others in the community.

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Rosa's experience

Before joining Johnston Withers, Rosa worked with Whitelum & Associates Lawyers specialising in conveyancing and administration duties. She joined Johnston Withers Lawyers in 2011, and has attended to the conveyancing of thousands of Port Augusta homes and businesses

Rosa's expertise

As a registered conveyancer, Rosa represents the best interests of clients when buying or selling their most important financial asset. She regularly attends seminars and webinars to stay up-to-date with changing conveyancing legislation, and strives to keep clients properly informed throughout the conveyancing process.

A Port Augusta local born and bred, Rosa loves country life and is passionate about assisting others in the community

Outside the Office

When she’s not at work, you’ll find Rosa reading, yoga, cooking, entertaining and spending time with her family and friends.

Her awards

  • AICSA State Conference Inaugural Paula Main and Michelle Lihou Award Nominee 2021

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