Weekly Travel Feature – Now approaching our 30th Year*
The perfect way to get greater exposure for your product/client**
Every article featured is a result of a familiarisation, so to make sure your product/client doesn’t miss out on this exposure, just get in touch and our experts can advise you of what is involved email@example.com
Weekly Travel Feature is now produced by WTF Media – Michael Osborne and Dallas Sherringham – and is proud to provide a wide range of leading magazines, newspapers and web sites throughout Australia with high quality travel content.
Every week we supply a travel feature and photos which can reach a potential audience of at least 1,500,000 readers in five states. (See more details ***)
Imagine reaching targeted travellers on the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast, Western Sydney, Melbourne, Tasmania, Western Australia and several regional areas, plus the world via the web with the one travel feature.
Add several hundred thousand mature travellers plus leading travel web sites and you have the most attractive travel media audience available today through one media outlet.
Weekly Travel Feature is now the product of two of Australia’s most experienced and respected travel writers, Michael Osborne and Dallas Sherringham.
They have a combined experience of almost 100 years working in the media in Australia. No other team could hope to provide this kind of experience for clients.
And apart from being recognised by their peers as exceptional writers and photographers in their own right, they also have a back-up team of renowned associate writers available to contribute regularly to their Weekly Travel Feature.
*Originally created 26 years ago by one of Australia’s leading journalists and travel writers, David Ellis who has now handed the honour of producing the feature to WTF Media.
Who We Are
How to get your product/client featured
Go to: Mature Traveller
Go to: Australian Cruise Magazine
** To learn more, please contact us.
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