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.

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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.

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