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Fiona Harper

Travel Expert

Fiona explores the globe year round researching and writing about the best (and worst) of travel.

Fiona explores the globe year round researching and writing about the best (and worst) of travel.

About Fiona Harper

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).

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Best time to go to England and Paris, Rome,Spain  

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...

Keswick Island  

Hi Fiona, Keswick Island just 12 mins Flight and 45 mins by Boat from Mackay. it is a Nature Island with a small community Cottage Accommodation feel . Thing to do there include many Nature activitie...

8 Of The Best Reasons to Visit Nepal

By Fiona HarperOn 26 Jan

This beautiful, spiritual nation suffered incredible losses in the 2015 earthquakes. Yet, more than ever, now is the time to visit Nepal.

Solomon Islands: the hottest holiday destination in 2016

By Fiona HarperOn 27 Dec

Bathed in tropical sunshine year-round and a few hours flight from Brisbane, we’re tipping the Solomon Islands to be the next ‘hot’ holiday destination for Australian travellers in 2016. Hot on the heels of William and Kate's royal visit, travel writer Fiona Harper recommends you clock onto Solomon Islands time soon!

48 hours in Canberra - it's more fun than you think!

By Fiona HarperOn 13 Nov

Travel writer Fiona Harper checked into the nation’s capital for a weekend – here’s her tips for getting the most out of a weekend getaway to Canberra.

Bali: Old favourites and new stars for your next holiday

By Fiona HarperOn 26 Oct

Bali is a perennial favourite with Aussie travellers. It’s no wonder with ridiculously cheap airfares being offered recently and favourable exchange rates. Bali remains a bargain despite the Aussie dollar’s value being reduced in other international holiday hotspots. Travel writer Fiona Harper revisited Bali to find out why Bali still appeals to Aussie travellers, finding a few new stars as well as returning to classic favourites.

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