The Kid Bucket List

The Kid Bucket List

Using curiosity as the fuel for travel, the Kid Bucket List family are on a quest to learn and discover through family adventures. Based on the premise that travel is more than just a plane trip, the family seek out opportunities to inquire and discover in their own backyard, their city and afar. From milking a cow to catching yabbies, visiting shrines to exploring museums, learning a new folk dance to eating grasshoppers, this family have developed the ultimate Kid Bucket List and want you to play along too!



The Kid Bucket List family are your average Sydney family with an exceptional thirst for knowledge. Leah, a school executive by day, curates the words and images for the Kid Bucket List. T does the planning and ensures everything is flowing well to offset Leah’s spontaneous impulse to drop everything and travel. Tween Striker is the family foodie, seeking out new cuisines and tastes to try on each adventure, where the youngest, Sunshine is the daredevil of the family, ready to try anything that will give her an adrenaline rush.




The Kid Bucket List curates experiences and resources that families can utilise to develop their own adventures. Showcasing opportunities available to families in the near and now, developing destination guides with a family travel focus, and capturing how to weave experience into lifestyles is a strength that has built the Kid Bucket List community.


All content on the Kid Bucket List is written by the Kid Bucket List team. Imagery and video content is also produced by the team on location. Destinations and attraction coverage is typically only covered if we have experienced in ourselves.


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The Kid Bucket List has become one of Sydney’s favourite family adventure sites and is regularly sought out for partnerships and sponsored posts. We are currently Merlin Ambassadors, have been sought out by ABC radio for family travel focused segments, Out and About with Kids magazine bloggers, Kidspot travel writers, and work throughout each school holiday period with the Sydney Opera House.


We have worked with a wide range of brands including:

Lonely Planet Kids, Merlin Entertainment, Ergobaby, KidStyleFile, Sydney Opera House, Qantas, Jetstar, Sydney Royal Easter Show, Webjet, Roadshow Entertainment, Universal, Japan National Tourism Organisation, Crowne Plaza Hotels, Disney Australia, Sydney Living Museums, Woolworths, Nestle and so many more.


The Kid Bucket List is easy to work with, providing professional partnerships where a vision for your brand is developed and articulated to engage our community and build momentum for chatter amongst their friends and community. We are relationship focused, and build partnerships that are mutually beneficial, and brand enhancing.




The Kid Bucket List boasts an engaged and growing community with an average of 25,000 unique visitors a month to our site. Over 70% of our audience are Australian women aged between 25-44 years of age. In conjunction with the Kid Bucket List site, our social media offers a community of over 20,000 engaged followers, and an added Sydney with Kids community.




The Kid Bucket List regularly features in Bloggers to watch lists for both international and national audiences. Big note awards have included:


  • Kidspot Voices 2015 “Put Yourself On The Map” WINNER
  • Kidspot Voices 2015 Food and Travel FINALIST
  • Top 20 Family Travel Blogger 2016 Holiday Lettings by TripAdvisor
  • Top Parenting Blogs 2017 Nappy Bag Store

Kid Bucket List –

Travelling with Kids – Adventure isn’t just about the plane trips

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Babies Who Travel

Babies Who Travel

Babies Who Travel and its sister resource, the Kids Who Travel Facebook group guide and support families planning for and at the point of purchase for their next big trip.  The Babies Who Travel website has become a trusted resource for families with very young children, with tips on everything from the best playgrounds in Amsterdam and messy play in London’s palaces through to whether to choose a window or an aisle when traveling with a baby.

The associated Kids Who Travel Facebook group is a thriving, highly engaged group of over 2000 families, all sharing tips and ideas for accommodation, flights, and travel products like prams and cots.  Most members are female, around 90% are Australian, and have children from 0-12 years old.  The group is supportive, positive and full of experienced travellers keen to share their travel knowledge, newcomers looking for advice, and a number of travel agents, bloggers and family travel product specialists.


Who Are We

A suite of family travel products and communities run by an experienced travel journalist and member of the Australian Society of Travel Writers, Sue White.  Sue’s travel writing has been published everywhere from the Sydney Morning Herald to CNN, as well as specialist family travel publications like Out & About With Kids (now merged with Family Travel), where she is former columnist and a regular contributor.  Sue now specialises in family travel and can now be found on the road with her preschool aged son.

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What Do We Do

Support, guide and inspire Australian families about their next trip, whether it’s a short weekend in Australia or an overseas adventure.


Who Do We Work With?

We work with clients whose product, property or service is obviously helpful to our clients.  We are very strict on our guidelines for brands as mostly, our spaces are free from sponsorship and our members see the space as a community.


What Do We Bring to Companies We Work With

An HIGHLY engaged, active audience of families who are at the point of purchase for their next travel product or destination.   We are now offering sponsored posts and ads on Babies Who Travel, as well as famil opportunities with the site’s founder, Sue White.  For opportunities that include the Kids Who Travel Facebook group, please chat with us to find a fit.


Audience Overview

The Babies Who Travel audience is global, however, the Kids Who Travel Facebook group is mostly made up of Australians. 90% are females, and have children aged between 0 and 12 years old.



Deborah and partner Simon Mallender are passionate ocean advocates and launched Diveplanit to encourage more people to get underwater and start exploring. Diveplanit’s mission is to create more ocean ambassadors – people with a greater understanding, appreciation and advocacy for our oceans.
The idea for DivePlanIt came about after Simon and Deb’s first Big Excursion – to Palau, when they discovered that detailed, practical information about the rather remote destination they were visiting was harder to find than it should be.
We provide rich media content on snorkelling and scuba diving destinations and dive sites, the dive centres that serve them, and all the information you need on how to travel to those destinations, where to stay, where to eat – even what to do on your no-dive days. The content is also designed to give you an appreciation of the marine environment, underwater habitat and what sea creatures can be found there.
Contented Traveller

Contented Traveller

Contented Traveller is a site for fit, free and financial travellers, who love experiences and culture. As award winning professional travel writers at Contented Traveller, we love to travel and to share our expertise with you. We are Paula and Gordon.

We are also the proud founders of this site, Australian Travel Bloggers, with Paula and Charles of Sydney Expert

This is why Contented Traveller is so successful. We know you have worked hard, and that you have earned it to Just Travel. We also know that one size does not fit all, and like you, we love the diversity that travel experiences can offer.


It is about staying at a beautiful 5-star hotel in Paris. It is about sharing a treehouse with a giraffe in a wildlife lodge in Canberra, Australia. It is about staying in a shabby chic houseboat in Amsterdam, a ryokan in Japan, and a cave house in Goreme, Turkey. We like to ski, to have backstreet massages in Chiang Mai and to have a drink with locals, eating food from the streets and from high-end restaurants, and we love meeting people.


While we always travel togetherwe don’t always do everything together .. we are free to explore different things.



Our audience


Our readers are very diverse coming from the US, Australia, and the UK predominantly. While we would have thought, our readers would be our age bracket, we have a substantial readership who “want to be like us, when they grow up.”


Who we have worked with


We have worked with tourism boards, PR companies, hotels and restaurants around the world and many can be seen here in our work portfolio.


Contented Traveller Value Adds


We value-add to our readers, and to our clients and work partners. Our professionalism, and ability to deliver is why we have authority and influence in the industry. We value our reputations very highly. You might like to read, 45 Best Travel Blogging Tips


Contented Traveller stats


We have a high Domain Authority and 70,000+ unique readers monthly. We can be found on all social media platforms, which you can see on our site.


Kind Regards

Paula and Gordon

Have we got your attention?

Have we got your attention?



Australian Travel Bloggers is a new website connecting businesses with the best Australian digital content producers and channels.


We introduce our Australian Travel Bloggers and their brands, a collective of the most influential digital content creators and credible digital distribution channels. Our members are gifted storytellers, experienced writers, talented photographers, videographers, social media experts and inspiring Australian content creators across all fields. Our ATBers cover domestic and international travel.


Australian Travel Bloggers was founded by Paula McInerney of Contented Traveller and Paula Morgan of Sydney Expert. Both are experienced travel writers and marketers with an excellent knowledge of who’s who in the Australia travel space.


The combined global reach of our members is staggering but it’s not just about numbers.  We are professional content creators and distributors with proven track records in creating opportunities for brands to connect with targeted audiences.


Australian Travel Bloggers provides continuing professional development for all members, as well as for newcomers to the industry. The aim is that all Australian Travel Bloggers are professional and at the top of their game.


What better place to find the best of the best Travel Resources than from the Australian Travel Bloggers. Many of these professionals spend their time travelling the world and sharing their expertise with us, and with their readers.


Find out more about working with Australian Travel Bloggers by visiting our website or contacting us directly  or email us at


Why the cassowary? Because it is unique as are our Australian travel bloggers.


Kind Regards

Paula McInerney and Paula Morgan

Coasting Australia

Coasting Australia

Hi – I’m Bryony from Coasting Australia – a family travel blog created to inspire families to get out and explore this incredible country we are lucky to call home.

Who we are

We are a family of four living in our Toyota Coaster bus – travelling Australia full time and searching for the best family friendly attractions, destinations and accommodation along the way.

Our Background

We have over 20 years management and marketing experience in the hospitality industry running resorts, accommodation, travel shops and tours, and have a wealth of knowledge and skills to professionally review and recommend the experiences we discover.

Who do we work with

We have enjoyed collaborations with some of Australia’s top travel attractions – including Taronga Western Plains Zoo, old Dubbo Gaol, Merlin Entertainments, Quicksilver, CAPTA group, Canberra National Zoo and Aquarium and Questacon.
We review products to suit our adventurous family audience – we are brand reps for Chibebe Bean Bags, the Buddy Wagon and the Scrubba Washbag.
We have also written freelance articles for different online publications – including Kidspot, and have been featured in the Daily Mail and are regulars on Sydney Talk Radio.
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Our Style and Skills

We love being creative and produce informative and entertaining articles, plus quality photos and video to showcase your product or service. We publish regularly on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube and Pinterest – connecting regularly with our strong socially minded audience.

Connect with Us

We can be found at – you can download our full Coasting Australia media kit on this link, or read more about  working with us here.
Sydney Expert

Sydney Expert

We are Paula and Charles aka Sydney Expert.  We are also co-founders of Australia Travel Bloggers with Paula McInerney and Gordon Arthur of Contented Traveller.

Since 2010 has been providing advice and tips to people planning a visit to Sydney. Sydney Expert provides 100+ pages of advice and itinerary ideas for travellers planning a visit to Sydney or locals who want to get out and explore more of their hometown.

We are passionate about this city and all it has to offer. Whether you’re in Sydney for a day or a month, the Sydney expert website will provide you with lots of ways to get off the beaten track and see more than the average visitor.

The site is our baby, and we are very proud of what we have put together. We have built trust with our audiences by providing actionable information that works and is backed up by social proof in our user community.

What will you find on the Sydney Expert website?

We like to help people create a roadmap for their holiday in Sydney, not a literal roadmap, but more an outline of what they can do and see in the time they have. To do this we share detailed information on activities and attractions on offer in Sydney. We love designing on walking routes and highlighting lesson known parts of the city. We encourage the use of public transport with posts like How to Explore Eastside Sydney on the 311 Bus which encourages people to leave the harbour for a few hours and explore the areas of Sydney like Potts Point and Woolloomooloo or our  Self-guided walk through Newtown which highlights street art and dining opportunities in this inner west. We believe when you explore like this and get a little of the main road you have more opportunity to interact with locals and get to know the city better.

We are really passionate about creating local connections. Paula is a co-founder of Sydney Greeters the local branch of the Global Greeter organisation. Together we regularly greet visitors to Sydney and spend a few hours showing them some of our favourite parts of the city. These connections are a big part of what we love about travel and they also give us real and regular insight into things visitors need to know.

We provide a supportive online community where our readers can reach out and speak to us which also helps build trust. Why not come over and say hi to in friendly Facebook group it’s a great place to run your ideas by some locals or get advice and up-to-date tips to help you have a fantastic time here

How can Sydney Expert help your brand?

We work to create strong relationships with our readers and build their trust by providing lots of really helpful and actionable information they can use to enjoy their time here.  We help guests connect with local experiences whether that’s with tour operators, accommodation providers or local destination boards. We like to highlight the importance of finding the right accommodation for your needs and working out which tours are going to suit your travel style.

Who are the people behind Sydney Expert?

Paula has a Bachelor of Communication majoring in Internet Studies, an Adv. Diploma in Library Science and a Cert IV in Travel and Tourism. She has worked in International Marketing for 12 years. She has worked in a variety of student-facing roles in with international students in Sydney for over a decade. The Sydney Expert website began as a natural extension of that role.

Charles Akkary is a bus driver by trade and spends his days getting people get around Sydney. He speaks five languages and loves helping people use public transport to explore the city. He also takes a mean photo 😉

Who are our readers?

Our readers are predominantly female (60%) and come from English speaking countries (Australia 54%, USA 19%, UK 10%, NZ and Canada 5%) and a small number from Asia.  Readers aged 25-34 (40%) are the biggest group followed by the over 45s (25%) and then those aged 34-44 (20%) and 18-24s (12%).

We have strong Domain Authority, a well-optimised site and 35,000+ unique readers monthly. You will find up across social media via @Sydneyexpert

We are currently working on a new project, that covers our extensive travels outside Australia with the same focus on local experiences as Sydney Expert brand.



We’re Alesha and Jarryd, the founders, award-winning writers, photographers and happily-married couple behind Australia’s biggest adventure travel blog, NOMADasaurus. We also run a digital media and marketing business, Peak Evolution Media.

Our freelance stories and images have been featured by CNN Travel, BBC Travel, Forbes, Business Insider, Lonely Planet, MSN, Wanderlust Magazine,, BuzzFeed, The Daily Mail, CBS, Channel 7’s Sunrise, ABC Radio and many more.

Our brand focuses on travel and adventure, incorporating high quality storytelling, photography and videography to showcase unique destinations and experiences around the world.

We are brand ambassadors for Kathmandu and GoPro, and have worked with some of the world’s largest brands, such as Volvo, TripAdvisor, Expedia, Skyscanner, World Nomads, Manfrotto and Turkish Airlines.

In the travel industry we’ve partnered with national tourism boards in Ireland, Germany, Czech Republic, Kyrgyzstan, Argentina and Montenegro, and tour operators like One Ocean Expeditions, Great Southern Rail, Dragoman and Oxalis.

Our website receives 130’000 page views with 90’000 unique visitors a month, and we have over 205’000 social media followers. In 2017 we were named one of Australia’s top 30 influencers across all industries.


Alesha and Jarryd of NOMADasaurus


Over the last 10 years travelling the world non-stop, we’ve worked in ski resorts, lived in a campervan crossing Canada, worked on a yacht in the Caribbean, ridden motorbikes 15’000km around Southeast Asia, hitchhiked through Tibet and Mongolia, road tripped along the border of Tajikistan and Afghanistan, traversed the Caspian Sea in a cargo ship, went from Thailand to Turkey without taking a single flight, driven through Europe, taken trains across Australia, took an expedition to Antarctica, trekked around Patagonia, travelled South America by land, sailed around the Galapagos Islands and camped on the Great Wall of China. But our best memory – getting engaged inside Hang Son Doong, the largest cave in the world.


We’re available for commercial photography and videography assignments, influencer marketing and blogging campaigns, public speaking, social media management, professional content creation and PR consultancy.

Follow Alesha and Jarryd of NOMADasaurus

MakeTimeTo SeeTheWorld

MakeTimeTo SeeTheWorld

Meet Australian Travel Blogger Vicki of MakeTimeToSeeTheWorld


Who Am I

I’m Vicki, a medical negligence lawyer who created MakeTimeToSeeTheWorld to document my travel adventures alongside my regular 9-5 (although if any lawyers out there are actually working those hours – good for them!). Over the past 10 years I have visited 150+ cities in 41 countries and I am determined to keep my country count above my age.

My style of travel has always been to get the best out of a destination as a time poor traveler making the most of my limited vacation days and all without breaking the bank!

I am lucky enough that my success with my site now allow me to run it on a full time basis, but I continue to focus on part-time travel for busy people and over 100,000 visitors a month look to me for guidance on where to save and where to splurge to ensure they have the most amazing travel experiences in whatever time they have.


What Do I Do

Create inspiring content around destinations and experiences to encourage people to visit, and provide them with the information necessary to plan a trip and make the most of their time there. From things to do, how to get around, hotel recommendations and helpful, destination specific travel tips around currency, safety, wifi and etiquette etc, my readers are fully prepared and ready to enjoy every second of their visit.


All my content is also shared with over 100,000+ engaged social media followers across Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Flipboard and GooglePlus.


Who Do I Work With


MakeTimeToSeeTheWorld has worked closely with:

  • Tourism Boards & Government Bodies including Wonderful Indonesia, Parks Australia and Christmas Island Tourism.
  • Luxury Hotel Brands such as Villa Hotels, Barberyn Ayurveda Resorts and the Sofitel Chain.
  • As a contracted photographer for Google
  • Tour & Cruise Companies including P&O, Absolute Africa and Trails Asia.
  • Travel & Tech Brands such as Sennheiser and Sandmarc


I also write for:

  • The Huffington Post
  • Matador Network
  • Epicure & Culture
  • Afar

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What Do I Bring To The Brands I Work With:


A passion for travel, photography and storytelling that shines through every collaboration with stunning, imagery, informative and entertaining writing, and a dedicated, professional approach to all projects.

I also ensure each collaboration has a clear and targeted marketing plan to help brands reach their ideal audience through real time social media and evergreen SEO-optimized content.


Ways Brands Can Work With Me:

Press trips & Destination Marketing Campaigns
Brand Ambassadorships

Photography & Videography Assignments (including aerial photography)

Sponsored Content

Social Media Campaigns


My Audience:

Predominantly women aged 18-34

Financially stable but not frivolous travelers who are willing to spend their money on incredible experiences, amazing hotels and decadent spa experiences.


What Do I Bring To My Audience


Quality, engaging and influential content that is well written, informative and beautifully presented which keep visitors on my site, and coming back for more.



Girl Tweets World

Girl Tweets World

Girl Tweets World is an affordable luxury travel blog for travellers who like stylish things without eye-popping price-tags.


The website is run by award-winning travel blogger and freelance writer, Jayne Gorman, who has 8+ years of blogging experience. Jayne lives in Melbourne but originally hails from the UK, so the website is laced with British humour and insights into her expat experience in Australia.


Audience Overview


Girl Tweets World is read by predominantly professional females aged 25 – 45 who follow Jayne’s brunch and boutique hotel-filled travel guides to the letter.


Jayne has over 300k+ followers on social media, with most followers based in Sydney, Melbourne and London. Readers to the website come from Australia, UK and USA.

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Brand Collaborations


Jayne has partnered with 100+ travel brands and tourism boards on content and social media campaigns for Girl Tweets World. Recent projects include collaborations with Expedia, JNTO, Incredible India and G Adventures.


Jayne also writes Skyscanner Australia’s travel news and features and is a Lonely Planet Pathfinder (featured blogger).




Some of the awards won by Girl Tweets World:


Cinnamon Travel Blogger Awards: Best Luxury Travel Blog 2016

Virgin Australia/Problogger: Winner of Virgin Australia Voyagers Competition 2015

Cosmopolitan Magazine: Best Travel Blog, Cosmo Blog Awards 2013

Skyscanner: Best Female Blogger, Travel Bloscars 2013

British Travel Press Awards: Winner Travel Blogger of the Year 2011, Finalist for Travel Blogger of the Year 2013


Get In Touch


Find out more about working with Girl Tweets World or get in touch here

Wyld Family Travel

Wyld Family Travel

Meet Australian Travel Bloggers, Wyld Family Travel


Who are Wyld Family Travel?


Wyld Family Travel are Mark, Bec, Willow and Marley.  We are family travel bloggers who talk about affordable travel destination, attractions and accommodation. When we are not travelling we are talking travel, writing travel and planning travel. In our day to day life Mark is a disability support worker, Bec is a barista and the girls go to school.

  • Mark loves 80’s music, planning travel, watching documentaries about history
  • Bec loves coffee, sangria, reading and stressing about our lives
  • Willow loves Korean pop music, hanging with her friends and watching documentaries with her dad
  • Marley loves Youtube, Roadblox, eating ice-cream and roller coasters.


About the Wyld Family Travel Website


Our niche is family travel but don’t let that fool you into thinking we only write about kids’ stuff. Our kids are tweens and teens which puts them into an age group where they can participate in and enjoy most adult activities and attractions. We find this a bonus as our articles can crossover different audiences from families who travel to adults who travel.


What content does Wyld Family Travel produce


We publish content written by ourselves featuring our own images and stock images where available. We accept sponsored content from clients when it suitably fits our site and adds value for our community. We produce video for our social media accounts and our website. We are highly active on social media especially Instagram, Facebook and twitter. We are continually curating new content to showcase our work.


Who do we work with?


We have worked with both attractions and accommodation domestically and internationally. We believe we bring value to our clients through our initial social media content, then with website content and ongoing promotion. To work with us, click this link.


Dragana Samardžić from Kotor tourist board had this to say about us “We had a pleasure to work with Wyld family. They spent few days in Kotor and published several great articles about their trip to Kotor. They presented Kotor very well, especially as a destination for family vacations and that is something we want to point in future. They continued to share their content on social media during all year and we would like to thank them for the great job they did for us. Thank you and we hope to see you again here!”

More reviews such as this can be found on our testimonial page located on the Wyld Family Travel website.


The facts and figures of Wyld Family Travel


  • 90% of our audience comes from Australia
  • 58% of our audience is aged between 25 and 44 years of age
  • 68% of our loyal and engaged audience is female.
  • Traffic from google search makes up 40% of our page views
  • We have a Domain Authority of 42
  • We have over 65,000 social media followers


Important Wyld Family Travel Links


Also look out for Wyld Child Travel website (our daughters have their own travel blog)

Thank you for taking the time to get to know us.

Mark, Bec, Willow and Marley

Mapping Megan

Mapping Megan

Meet Australian Travel Bloggers, Meg and Mike Jerrard of Megan is an Australian Journalist and the founder and senior editor of Mapping Megan; a niche adventure travel blog with a focus on cultural immersion, authentic discovery and incredible journeys. She visits off the beaten path destinations to cover corners of the globe which still remain relatively undiscovered.

Media Kit

Having visited 50+ countries across all seven continents, Megan has accumulated a wealth of knowledge about what the world has to offer. Her articles have been widely published and acknowledged by publications such as National Geographic, the New York Times, Forbes, and British Airways High Life, and she has worked with many high profile brands such as Star Alliance, Marriott International, Chimu Adventures, and more.

Her content focuses on the message that adventure can be achieved at any age, and that there is no right or wrong way to travel.  Adventure means different things to different people, so whether your idea of adventure is backpacking through Europe, camping on an erupting volcano, or sitting aboard a luxury cruise through the Amazon, her content covers it all. Her writing demonstrates a strong passion for ecotourism, and an aim to promote responsible travel experiences. There is nothing Megan is afraid to try in order to share her experiences as she dedicates herself to encouraging others to get out and travel the world.


Mike Jerrard is the other half of the team at Mapping Megan; a wildlife photojournalist who has been recording and documenting animal behaviour since the age of 10. Now with over 25 years of experience in the wild he looks to share his knowledge of the natural world and encourage others through his writings and photographs to experience the same awe inspiring beauty this planet has to offer.

Jerrard grew up in the United States where he has done a thorough documentation of North American Wildlife which has included such projects as radio collaring Florida Panthers in the Everglades, tracking Grizzlies in Alaska, and handling American’s most dangerous snakes.

He also a fascination with uncovering the past, and his expeditions have seen him unearth massive ice age mammoths as well as discovering artifacts of lost civilizations. Having met Meg at the base of Mt Kilimanjaro in 2010, he now calls Australia home.

Make sure to read Meg’s authoritative article on driving traffic to your website using Flipboard

The Travel Tart

The Travel Tart

Hi there, my name is Anthony Bianco (@thetraveltart) and I’m a travel blogger based in Brisbane who runs The Travel Tart – Offbeat Tales From A Travel Addict and I’m also a member of the Australian Society of Travel Writers. attracts a global readership across a wide demographic who are interested in travel destinations and experiences around the world – including budget, luxury, offbeat, and adventure travel.

But mainly, I like to write about the funny, offbeat, and downright strange aspects of world travel today – as travel wasn’t meant to be taken seriously!

Who Is The Travel Tart?

Well, I’m a self-proclaimed travel addict who will find any excuse to go travelling. I discovered I really enjoyed travelling the world when I was sent to a former war zone for work – Kosovo – as my first venture outside of Australia and New Zealand.  This created a habit of visiting places that most package tourists avoid like the plague.  I’ve since travelled to over 50 countries over six continents – nowhere near enough! When travelling, I like risking my life by utilising barely road-worthy forms of transport such as African mini-buses, rust bucket Cairo cabs, and flatulent camels.

What I Can Offer

• A proven track record for attracting long term targeted internet traffic that has an indefinite shelf life
• Promotion of your brand via blog traffic and multiple social media platforms, followed up by statistics and reporting to help you measure effectiveness.

Who I’ve Worked With

I’ve worked with high profile travel brands such as Visit Britain, Tourism South Africa, G Adventures, TripAdvisor, Qantas and Emirates. I use photos, videos and social media extensively to ‘show’ the story and attraction. I have also interviewed travel related personalities, such as Rick Stein, Tony Wheeler from Lonely Planet, Simon Reeve and many others.

See more at my Brand Parterships and Interviews pages.

Where I’ve appeared

I’ve been featured in a number of high profile publications, including Travel +Leisure, USA Today, Huffington Post, Men’s Health, US News, Times of India, Yahoo! Travel, Fox News USA, Reader’s Digest and the Sydney Morning Herald.


Food Fun Travel

Food Fun Travel

We are Tommo & Megsy from Food Fun Travel, two roaming food and travel photographers, writers & podcasters with an insatiable passion for seeking out culinary deliciousness. We’ve visited 87+ countries during our quest to find the ultimate Food Worth Traveling For, and have no intentions of stopping.

Food Fun Travel Blog

On Food Fun Travel we share our fascinating food discoveries from all over the world, to help others plan their next perfect foodie vacation. Whether it be eating on the streets of Calcutta eating 50 cent curry and naan bread baked in an old oil drum converted into a tandoori oven. Or it be Michelin star excellence that is almost too pretty to eat, we travel the lengths of the earth to find it, photograph it and then eat it. 

Focusing on:

  • Degustation meals. Finding the perfect bite-sized balance between local food and wine, or beer – we’re not picky. We love it all!
  • Food Guides. What to eat and where. Gastronomy guides for the virgin traveler, or perhaps someone looking for that new dish they are yet to discover.
  • Food tours and cooking classes. Getting your hands dirty and learning how to make these unique international dishes for yourself. Or perhaps touring a country in search of the best of the best of a particular countries cuisine.
  • Weird and Wonderful Foods of the World. Not everything looks palatable. We are willing to put our palates and stomachs on the line to try some of the weirder traditional foods out there

The Dish Podcast

On our NEW food podcast “The Dish” we uncover the stories behind the world’s most famous dishes. Join us and our expert guests as we reveal tasty facts, unknown foodie secrets and more. We also release bonus episodes of “What to Eat in ______”, where we reveal the best local cuisines to eat in featured destinations around the world. (set to be released early 2018)
Aside from our blog & podcast, we have been featured in Forbes,, That’s Life Magazine, Yahoo Travel, ABC Radio Brisbane, American Express & National Geographic Traveller (just to name a few). We’ve also been featured in an episode of House Hunters International.

Target Demographic:

Food inspires all ages but our main audience sits in the 25-45 year old bracket.
Our Globetrotters

Our Globetrotters

Raised in Australia but born with wanderlust, Keri Hedrick and her husband have been globetrotting for over a decade.


Thinking travel days would be numbered once kids came along in 2010 (aka “Our Globetrotter”), nothing could be further from the truth.  If anything, it spurred the adventure on! The pace and daily itineraries have certainly changed but we love the opportunities that travel with children has brought.


With Keri leaving a corporate job in London behind in 2012, the Globetrotters blog was established to help share our stories and experiences, with a real focus on the practicalities that families need to consider.  We talk not only about travel with children, but drill into expatriate life and “growing up global”.


What we do at Our Globetrotters


Our aim is to help other families share our passion for exploring as a family, we are in the business of Creating Confident World Travellers.


We are now based full time in the UAE but spend 2-3 months of each year travelling, predominantly in Australia, SE Asia and regionally around the Middle East.


Like many, our blog started as a personal journal, sharing the tips and secrets we had learnt to make life on the road and in the air with young kids easier.  It has expanded into a multi-faceted blogging business where we have worked with local businesses to promote attractions and products, through to large multi-national hotel chains in the Middle East and SE Asia promoting their family friendly offering.  We have also worked with several start up companies looking to launch products to the family travel market.  Keri ghost writes for a local expat publication in their travel section.


How we can help our clients


The companies we work with seek our voice to attract the family audience. We have become a well-established name in expat communities and our reviews and recommendations are honest and trusted.


We are available to work on sponsored posts or campaigns, destination marketing, hotel and product reviews and ambassadorships. We can also supply reviews or freelance articles to appear on client’s websites.


International Audience


Our readers come from all corners of the world, predominantly English speaking countries; US, Australia, UK and Canada are our largest readership. We currently receive 25,000 monthly page views with a social following of 40,000.


Our social followers are largely from expatriate communities like ourselves. They already have a little bit of adventure in them, but seek inspiration and courage to keep exploring.  They are predominantly female (the key holiday decision maker in the household), well educated, affluent and like to seek out independent adventures with a touch of luxury.    Our search traffic sees a slightly different demographic, they are predominantly parents of young families seeking answers to practical questions on travel, particularly flying, transportation and travel products.


Passionate about making sure travel opportunities are available to everyone, Keri is also the founder of Family Travel in the Middle East and co-founder of niche family travel planning site Little City Trips


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