Tracy Vo


Tracy has been with the Channel Nine family since 2007.

While completing a Bachelor of Arts degree at Curtin University, her journalism career began in radio, reporting for 6PR Radio and Curtin FM 100.1.

In 2004, she was offered an opportunity to move east and work in Sydney radio station 2SM. Tracy spent two years at the station as breakfast editor, newsreader and reporter.

Tracy moved to television, taking up a producing and reporting position at Sky News Australia. She was also field producer for ANZAC Day events and a presenter for the Sky News Health and Book Shows.

Tracy switched to commercial television, working at Channel Ten for a short period before joining the Nine News Sydney team in 2007.

In 2010, Tracy was offered the role of political reporter in Nine's Canberra bureau. She immediately grabbed the opportunity to work with veteran political editor Laurie Oakes.

After a busy year in politics, Tracy returned to Sydney as a general reporter. By the end of 2011, Tracy also took on the Medical round.

Tracy covered a range of stories and roles during her time over east, from field producing chief presenter Peter Overton during the Black Saturday bushfires, travelling across the country for the 2010 Election Campaign, trekking through the jungles of Borneo and walking with lions in South Africa.

After almost 10 years, it was time to head home. Tracy joined the Nine News Perth team in 2012 as a reporter and fill-in presenter.

Since being home, Tracy has covered some of the biggest stories in Australia and overseas. They include the death of Nelson Mandela, Schapelle Corby's release, the mystery of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and the heartbreaking story of abandoned baby Gammy in Thailand.

In 2014, Tracy became a published author, telling her family's story in Small Bamboo.

In 2016, Tracy hosts Today Perth News, with regular local updates at 7.00am, 7.30am, 8.00am and 8.30am live from Perth.