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November 20, 2019 Association No Comments Email Email

CHRISTMAS is around the corner and what better gift than one that inspires, immerses and guides us through experience and words – travel books.

Six of the latest travel books to hit the market have been written by members of the Australian Society of Travel Writers and cover both far flung destinations and those in our very backyard of Australia; including the recent award-winning “Go Your Own Way” written by Ben Groundwater.

The book collected “Best Travel Book” award at the ASTW Awards for Excellence in Cairns this year and is a perfect guide for solo travellers with tips on preparation, planning and safety, as well as anecdotal stories from his own experiences.

For a thought-invoking tale through the rugged landscapes of New Zealand, Laura Waters “Bewildered” will show how travel can do more than physically take you somewhere but change your very core.

Author and journalist Penny Watson has created a book on how to reconnect to the world at your own pace. “Slow Travel” is a beautifully designed and practical compendium of places, activities, tours and experiences.

For those looking for stories and advice on all things Australian, the following books and authors will have you searching for your next holiday close to home; Lee Atkins “The Definitive Bucket List”- the ultimate guide to travel in your golden years; Melaine Ball has released an updated version of “Top Walks in Victoria“; and Danielle Lancasters latest release that just hit the shelves a week ago “Outback Queensland”.

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