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Time to Wander was created by four journalists in Australia who are curious about the world, intrigued by other cultures, love travelling and want to share their experiences with a like-minded audience. Our aim is to provide something a bit more meaningful than the “click-bait, list-style” travel pieces that are so common on the internet today – although we do sometimes willingly take the bait. By pooling our resources, and calling on our wealth of media experience, we hope to create a magazine-style travel site that you will find informative, authoritative and entertaining.

 

THE WANDERERS ARE:

 

BERNARD O’SHEA

Lured into sports journalism by the hope of getting into football matches for free, Bernard matured (a slow process – still a long way to go!) and blossomed into a jack of all trades. He has written travel pieces for leading Australian publications and covered topics such as aircraft manufacturing in Brazil and cork production in Portugal along the way. He has a diploma in teaching English to foreigners, and dabbles in Romance languages on the blog My Five Romances

DIANA STREAK

As a journalist of nearly three decades Diana has worked across a range of media and continents. This included stints on radio, television, newspapers, magazines. She has worked in South Africa; Johannesburg, Cape Town; Namibia; Indonesia and Australia; Sydney and Canberra, all of which provided fascinating travel stories. She currently works as the Media Liaison Coordinator at the National Museum of Australia and is media adviser for a group of Australian universities.

CATHERINE MARSHALL

A month shy of her 20th birthday, the then-unworldly Catherine embarked on a career as a broadcast journalist. In the years since, she’s tried to get some measure of this great big world through the people she’s interviewed and the stories they’ve shared. She’s visited more than 50 countries, written for prestigious newspapers, magazines and online publications in South Africa, Australia, South East Asia and the United States, and won awards for her work, including Best Foreign Journalist for India in 2015.

ZORA REGULIC

After studying Creative Arts and graduating from University, Zora became an avid traveller – have passport will travel wherever humanly possible! A successful career as a Designer, Art Director and Creative Director on various publications ranging from newspapers, news magazines and lifestyle magazines opened her eyes even wider to what the amazing world had to offer and she hasn’t stopped travelling since.

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