Megan was featured in Max Italian magazine's annual calender in 2001. She was later on the cover of the Italian March issue of Maxim magazine in 2004. In October 2006 she was also featured on the cover of the Italian issue of GQ.
Megan's eye color is green, with her natural hair color being dark brown. Her measurements are 36-25 1/2-36 and her shoe size is 10 (US).
In January 2008 Megan confirmed that she had been cast as Wonder Woman in George Miller's blockbuster, Justice League of America.
As of March 2007, Megan is dating comedian and radio host, Andy Lee.
Megan is extremely popular in Italy, and has appeared in two Italian movies: Vacanze di Natale in 2000 and Stregati dalla luna in 2001. Megan has also frequently worked on Italian radio.
Megan enjoys skiing and hunting in her leisure time.
Megan is known as the face of Australian department store 'David Jones'.
Megan is half British and half Polynesian - her father's heritage is English, while her mother's is Maori-Polynesian.
Megan plays the didgeridoo.
Megan was studying at University when she was spotted by talent scouts and offered a part in an advertising campaign.
Megan acts as Australia's tourism ambassador to the Italian market.
Megan's height is 5' 10¾" (1.80 m)
Megan: I've always being really interested in looking after myself, not just because I'm a model but because that's just the way I am as a person, like I don't diet and exercise because I have to, I look after my diet and I look after myself physically because that's just the way I am and I'm a beach girl and, you know, grew up in Australia and also being a model, just looking for products that are not going to make your skin break out and sort of combining all that into one.
Megan: I'd definitely love to be a mum. Absolutely. Especially after getting to know my niece, 'cause she's so cool. I'd love to have... One of her would be perfect.
Megan: (coping with her popularity in Italy) It was a shock. I like cried for a week because it was quite intimidating and quite scary as well, people jumping on you, grabbing you...
Megan: (on being the face of Australia in Italy) It is a big honour. When they proposed that to me it was something that I didn't really expect, it's something that I expected someone that's got a bigger name. I mean, I guess for Italy as well, I am quite recognised and well known.
Megan: (on time flashing past) It does! You're like, 'Where did my 20s go?!' It's funny, isn't it? You feel old in one sense but, to me, I've loved turning 30. It forces you to go, 'Hang on - where am I going with this?' You're not mucking around anymore. This is serious!
Megan: (on marriage and kids) I don't want to say that it's a long way off and I don't want to say it's happening now. You have to be very unselfish if you're going to be a wife and a mother. I think jumping right into it would just be crazy. But I still want to be a reasonably young man.
Megan: I'm never anywhere for long because I can't sit still! I've lived a pretty frantic pace in the past few years. My 20s have flashed before my eyes because I've devoted the time mainly to work. So I want to devote my 30s ti myself a bit more!
Megan: (the most defining years in her life) There have been a lot! I think everyone looks at their lives and remembers the things that affected them dramatically - whether it's a change of job, breaking up, meeting someone, losing a loved one, or even moving house or countries.