After graduating from Queensland's University of Technology with
a Bachelor of Business/Communications majoring in Journalism, Tracey Spicer started her career with Radio 4BH as a four-year
cadet. However, recognising Tracey's talent for presenting, the station quickly appointed her afternoon news reader and general
Pursuing her career in radio, Tracey moved to 3AW in Melbourne
to present breakfast and morning news, as well as covering the police rounds. Tracey became news editor before moving to GLV
8 as police, court and sport reporter.
In 1992, Tracey joined 'Melbourne Extra' and developed her skills
in research, production and the presentation of current affairs reports. Tracey expanded her talents in both hard news and
light hearted features.
After a short time reporting in Ten's Brisbane newsroom, Tracey
was promoted to co-anchor for the week night bulletin, replacing the popular Marie-Louise Theile in 1994.
In 1995, Tracey joined Network Ten Sydney as the weekend 5 O'clock
and late Night News presenter. Tracey has established herself as one of the most respected newsreaders in the country, and
currently presents the National Weekend News.
Tracey has also travelled to Bangladesh and Africa for the charity