Perth Travel Writer
Hi, I'm Jennifer Morton
I specialise in travel and lifestyle writing from the sunny capital of Western Australia. You’ll find my lifestyle articles on SBS, Sydney Morning Herald, News, Good Health and WHIMN.
But travel is where my heart beats.
Travelling offers incredible moments to be cherished and remembered forever. A well-written travel article can transport the reader to the destination. A top 10 list provides information and inspiration in useful chunks. And that’s where the dreaming begins.
Wander This World
I’ve been around the world and back again. It’s never enough. I was born to explore.
Places Lived In
These are my favourite commissioned travel and lifestyle articles in print and online.
Reviews and ramblings about here, there, and everywhere.
If you’ve never been to WA, you’re missing out. There’s a reason (many, actually) that Perth and Western Australia are featuring on prestigious travel lists around the world (think Lonely Planet and New York Times). Here are the top 10 reasons to visit Western Australia and see what all the fuss is about.
Think travelling is all fun and games? For the most part, it is. But sometimes, shit happens and you end up with unforgettable times of roughing it in foreign countries. Here are 5 times my travels turned into horror stories.
I’ve found the perfect nature-filled holiday spot to unwind, relax and re-boot your senses in the Margaret River region.
Does your health and fitness need a kick up the gluteus maximus? This self-care weekend retreat in Yallingup is all over it.
Not every trip is a dream. I’ve definitely had some awful experiences – mostly at my own doing (yes, there was booze involved).
Flying long distance (any distance) hung-over, accommodation crawling with cockroaches, and food poisoning in a foreign country are not great experiences. But they make good stories.
Until To My Next Trip
(but who’s counting?)
I’m open to suggestions
I love living in Perth. I’ve lived in WA since 2012, and for a year in 2006/2007: Newman, Jurien Bay, Busselton, and now Perth (Fremantle to be more specific).
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