Natalie has performed in many musicals, mostly with a rock flavour including RENT, Footloose and has several times over the past 5 years toured as Sandy in Grease, against Craig McLachlan and Miguel Ayesa, who was her castmate in RENT. Most Grease productions were 'Arena Spectaculars' with many big names presented, instead of focusing on the lead actors.
From late 2004 she has been the lead singer of Australian pop group Rogue Traders, a band which had some limited success in the years before she joined. Natalie auditioned along with several other musicians and succeeded in getting the part fairly quickly. At first the band seemed keen to keep Natalie's involvement in the Rogue Traders under wraps, and it wasn't until the band's first single release with Natalie on board that fans became aware of Natalie's position. The Rogue Traders achieved great success with their album Here Come The Drums, led by the hit single Voodoo Child.
Home: Songs Of Hope & Journey, a compilation that was released on November 25, 2006, features a duet with Shannon Noll, is a cover of Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush's Don't Give Up. The song was released as a single on December 9, 2006, debuting on the ARIA Charts at number seven, before peaking at number 2 the following week.
Natalie also contributed on The Spirit of Christmas 2006, a Christmas compilation album in which all proceeds go to The Salvation Army in Australia.
Natalie confirmed on the 2006 season final of Dancing With the Stars that she was working on the Rogue Traders' next album as well as her own solo album.
On January 2, 2007 Natalie with her band Rogue Traders played at the opening ceremony of AJ2007.
In the March edition of FHM Natalie placed number 47 in the sexiest Aussie babes competition. It was said in the article that Natalie is working on a solo album, with a now title of Not A Little Girl Anymore. No release date for the album is known yet. It is believed to be before or after the Rogue Traders new album is released.