Who is Fiona Harper?

Fiona Harper is a freelance travel writer, web editor, blogger & content creator.

Pablo Picasso once said a painter will transform the sun into a yellow dot, while a true artist, using their intelligence will transform a yellow dot into the sun.

As a creative writer Fiona Harper transform words into a journey. Invoking the sights, smells, textures and tastes of travel. Taking you into the moment....

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If you're a publisher looking for accurate, dynamic copy to engage your readers look no further.

Fiona Harper has been writing travel editorial for almost ten years and has never missed a deadline. Ever!

She's skilled in copywriting, website management, digital media, travel photography. Fiona Harper is also pretty handy on a yacht....

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Press Trip

Press trips are a mutual collaboration between travel & tourism organisations & Fiona Harper. Return on investment is achieved with editorial exposure in print and digital media.

Widely published, highly credentialed and known for producing extraordinary results, Fiona Harper has a strong digital & media profile.
She welcomes invitations to participate in tourism & travel related press trips.

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During my tenure as Editor of Australian Traveller Magazine, Fiona wrote regular short and long pieces on a variety of travel subjects, but her crowning achievements were without doubt her two encyclopaedic and opus-like features: one on the A-Z of cruising, yachting and boating within Australia; and another on the Ultimate Guide to the Great Barrier Reef. Her copy was always on time, even against the challenges of extremely tight deadlines, and was always of the highest standard. Over my five years at AT, she became one of my most trusted contributors.

Thank you for another brilliant piece and for meeting my much earlier deadline.
You’ve been a dream to work with, thank you for everything this year.

The pleasure was all mine (working with you) and I look forward to working with you again! Thank you for your contribution

Thanks so much, the feature is great!

Thank you for your great work!

Travel Boating Lifestyle

Travel Boating LIffestyle is an online magazine style blog developed, created, managed and edited by Fiona Harper.

Launched in 2009, Travel Boating Lifestyle is an online travel magazine focusing on travel and boating lifestyles. Reaching affluent, active travellers, many of them boat owners with high disposable incomes, TBL targets those who aspire to quality, active lifestyles.

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Marinas Guide

The Marinas Guide is the only definitive guide to Australian marinas. With over 350 marinas, harbours, dry stack facilities and swing mooring locations, The Guide is the first port of call for boat owners seeking berth information.

Developed, created and managed by avid sailor Fiona Harper, the Guide was relaunched into a mobile friendly format in 2014.

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Great Barrier Reef: The Ultimate Guide by Fiona Harper

Great Barrier Reef Ultimate Guide

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Back from: Scenic Rim Trail

Back from: Scenic Rim Trail

Fiona Harper hikes the Scenic Rim Trail for Foxtel’s Travel Channel…

Back from: Fiji

Back from: Fiji

Fiona Harper cruised the Lau Island Group with Captain Cook Cruises, Fiji…

Back from: Paris

Back from: Paris

Fiona Harper travelled to Paris with British Airways on assignment for Foxtel Travel channel & Get Up and Go…

Back from: London

Back from: London

On assignment for Foxtel Travel Channel amongst others, Fiona Harper cycled London’s back lanes…

Back from: Singapore

Back from: Singapore

Fiona Harper travelled to Singapore at the invitation of Singapore Tourism Board on their Get Lost in Singapore campaign.…

Back from: Magnetic Island QLD

Back from: Magnetic Island QLD

 Fiona Harper returned to her former home Magnetic Island on the Great Barrier Reef to see what’s changed…

Back from: Albany (WA)

Back from: Albany (WA)

Fiona Harper travels to Albany West Australia late November 2013 to meet the Clipper Yachts during their first Australian…