Fiona explores the globe year round researching and writing about the best (and worst) of travel.
Fiona Harper is a freelance travel writer/photographer, copywriter, blogger and web editor based in Cairns, Australia. A freelance writer for close to ten years, she has a passion for travel, boating, the outdoors and soft adventure (think mountain biking, trail running, hiking, skiing, bluewater sailing).
Widely travelled, highly acclaimed and much published, Fiona's articles and images appear in newspapers, magazines and websites across the globe. She's well known for producing extraordinary stories and images that engage, entertain and delight readers.
Prior to moving into travel writing, she has 10 years experience in the travel industry in both leisure and corporate travel, which gives her a solid understanding of the idiosyncrasies of the travel industry.
She is also the creator and editor of online magazine Travel Boating LifeStyle - www.travelboatinglifestyle.com
Member: Aust Society of Travel Writers (ASTW committee member/webmaster) & Professional Travel Bloggers Association... Read more.
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Hi I'am looking at going on a trip of of a life time around the same year my wife turns 50 .What would be the best time of the year to visit London, Paris, Venice, Rome, Maybe Spain and finishing with...
By Fiona Harper • On 25 Jan
The Cocos (Keeling) Islands are a group of coral islands situated northwest of Perth in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean. Travel writer Fiona Harper brings you the best of this unspoilt paradise.
By Fiona Harper • On 30 Nov
Making regular red carpet appearances on Most Liveable City lists across the globe, Melbourne knows how to keep locals happy. The Victorian capital is pretty handy at showing visitors a good time too. Travel writer Fiona Harper finds out what makes the city so liveable and loveable
By Fiona Harper • On 27 Oct
Christmas Island gets a lot of bad press. For all the wrong reasons. Long before the remote island starting appearing on TV screens as a haven for desperate refugees, island residents were hoarding their own secrets. Travel writer Fiona Harper dropped in to see what all the fuss is about.
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