On 3 March 2014, it was announced that Bradbury would be leaving Countryfile and the BBC completely later in the year before joining ITV full-time after doing odd jobs for them in the past.
In 2015, Bradbury presented an ITV programme called The Wonder of Britain.
She presented with Hugh Dennis a four-part BBC One documentary series The Great British Countryside, which began in February 2012.
Bradbury's lifetime ambition to be a 'real' rock climber was achieved when the pair successfully ascended Cornwall's Commando Ridge, Crackstone Rib in the Llanberis Pass, and the Old Man of Stoer.
That year, Bradbury also presented Wainwright Walks on BBC Four, in which she followed the mountain routes of the renowned fell walker and guidebook author Alfred Wainwright.
In 2016, Bradbury began presenting her own eight-part ITV series Best Walks with a View with Julia Bradbury.
A book, Unforgettable Walks, was published alongside the series.
The second series featured hunted wild game such as ducks, rabbits, deer and grouse.
The third series focused on fast food; a group of six people went through the process of killing, cooking and eating animals.In 2013, Bradbury presented the ITV quiz show Take On the Twisters, a summer replacement for The Chase.In 2013, Bradbury co-presented the BBC One show Fightback Britain with Adrian Simpson, the ITV show Mystery Map with Ben Shephard and the BBC One show Keeping Britain Safe 24/7 with Matt Allwright.In December 2010, she presented another walking-themed series, Julia Bradbury's German Wanderlust on BBC Four in which she explored Germany and its Romantic movement through a series of walks across the country.In May 2011, she presented Canal Walks with Julia Bradbury.is an English television presenter, employed by the BBC and ITV, specialising in documentaries and consumer affairs.