Untold Morsels is a travel blog and community featuring cultural and food experiences for families, couples and friends traveling together creating memories.
About Untold Morsels
Since 2015 our blog and social media platforms have showcased unique experiences, accommodation and products from destinations around the world in particular Italy, the UK, Australia and Scandinavia.
Our travel style is affordable luxury and we are strong advocates for sustainable travel, preferring to support local cultures and businesses where possible.
On our journeys we aim to uncover the details and special moments that turn every trip into the stuff of lifelong legend.
Our readers and followers
Hailing mainly from the US, UK, Europe and Australia, readers of Untold Morsels are women aged 30-55 who enjoy planning and researching their dream trips and destinations for their family and friends.
They seek out memorable vacation experiences, and unforgettable activities such as devouring the local dishes at a food festival in Italy or staying on a houseboat in Amsterdam.
Founder, writer and photographer Katy Clarke has 20 years’ experience in strategic marketing for blue chip and small luxury brands. Collaborating with like-minded brands to put their offerings in the spotlight is her passion.
We work with destination marketing, travel PR, hotels and tour companies on integrated promotional campaigns and destination guides leveraging our blog and social media capabilities and audience.
Some of the brands we have worked with: Visit Brescia and Italian Tourist Board, Fjord Norway, Roman Guy Tours, Visit Parliament (UK) and Hotel Adele et Jules Paris
We have been featured in: Marie Claire and Lonely Planet’s blog for our work on Instagram and for our family travel content
Currently we are building long term affiliate partnerships with brands in Europe that we hope to extend to Australia and Asia.
For more information on how you can work with us, hit this link
Find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Youtube
With my passion for travel and experience in the travel industry I decided to start Let Me Be Free to share our experience and knowledge.
Who are we?
We are a family of four based in Western Australia who enjoy the outdoors, exploring Australia and camping. Anne traveled the world for many years on a working holiday. When returning to Australia Anne worked in the travel industry for over ten years, negotiating hotel rates and producing travel brochures.
What do we do?
Anne writes about travel and camping to help others have the confidence to see the world or explore their own backyard. I do this because I believe it is important to spend time as a family, get away from modern technology and play in nature.
Who do we work with?
We work with companies whose accommodation and products are of interest to our readers. We often review caravan parks, farm stays, camping supplies and eco friendly products.
What do we bring to the brands we work with?
With my travel industry experience I can offer comprehensive review of products or services. Produce high quality photos and give an honest write up on our experience. We are dedicated to promoting our clients brand with a blog posts and sharing on our social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.
The majority of Let Me Be Free’s audience are in the 30-40 age bracket. Our followers are people who have a passion for camping, nature poly 4wding and the outdoors.
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!
WHO IS THE KID BUCKET LIST?
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.
WHAT DO WE DO AT KID BUCKET LIST?
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.
WHO DO WE WORK WITH?
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.
KID BUCKET LIST AUDIENCE OVERVIEW
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 – KidBucketList.com.au
Travelling with Kids – Adventure isn’t just about the plane trips
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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.
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. https://babieswhotravel.com/family-travel-expert-work-with-us/
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.
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.
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.
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
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