SnapPerth: Hillarys fashion label Acron Threads owners love their home life


Natalie and Chad Morrison with eldest daughter Sienna (4) in their home gym. Picture: Marie Nirme  d476180
Natalie and Chad Morrison with eldest daughter Sienna (4) in their home gym. Picture: Marie Nirme d476180

HILLARYS residents Natalie and Chad Morrison run their ath-leisure fashion label Acron Threads from home while raising their daughters Sienna (4) and Mila (2).

Chad also runs a personal training business.

Natalie is a former human resources officer and Chad a former AFL footballer with West Coast and Collingwood.

Natalie gives us a rundown on their home life for #SnapPerth.

What do you love about your home and living in Hillarys?

We absolutely love the location, it’s calm and relaxing and perfect for raising a family.

Our favourites are the beautiful park on Broadbeach Boulevard, the beach down the road and boat harbour close by.

For how long have you been in the house?

We have both always lived north and close to the beach.

Chad’s been in this house for 17 years and myself for 15 years.

What’s it like running your businesses from home?

Running our businesses from home is perfect, especially with our daughters being so young.

We spend zero time travelling, which means we get lots of quality time as a family.

What else do you like doing around the house when you’re not working?

I enjoy cooking and have recently found a love for raw treats.

I love having the gym at home as we definitely use it regularly.

It’s also great because our girls are growing up seeing our love for healthy living.

Visit www.acronthreads.com.au.

Thanks to our national partners Canon Australia and Harvey Norman and our state partner REIWA.

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