The Australian’s Travel + Luxury Moves To Bimonthly Publishing

The Australian’s Travel + Luxury Moves To Bimonthly Publishing
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News Corp Australia has announced that The Australian’s high-quality gloss magazine Travel + Luxury is increasing in frequency, moving from a quarterly to a bimonthly from January 2022.

The large-format magazine, launched in The Australian earlier this year, is designed for a curious and affluent audience in search of unique experiences, travel news, inspiration, products and adventure, and features an unparalleled line-up of leading travel writers, photographers and luxury experts.

Issue three of Travel + Luxury is available in The Australian today with a special feature paying tribute to the Travel Titans who have transformed luxury travel here and abroad. From tourism pioneers to eco-advocates, these innovators are the industry’s leading lights.

Travel + Luxury is supported by a mix of luxury and travel brands with a strong client roster that includes: Louis Vuitton, Rolex, Omega, Space, Poliform, Hermes, Tiffany & Co, Cartier, Scenic, Captain’s Choice, Jaguar Land Rover and Tourism Australia.

The Australian editor-in-chief, Christopher Dore, said: ” The Australian’s Travel+Luxury is creating world-class content that inspires our audiences who love travelling, and we look forward to taking our readers on even more incredible journeys, with extra issues next year.”

News Corp Australia’s editorial director of premium food and travel, Kerrie McCallum said:  “We’re moving from four to six issues because the market demand for a luxury magazine through the lens of travel is stronger than ever before.

“People are dreaming of the time that travel will be a reality again and are seeking inspiration and visual stimulation.

“The world is in flux, but one thing is certain: our desire to travel never dissipates. As the post-pandemic era gradually takes shape, it’s apparent that discerning travellers are seeking more meaningful experiences than ever before.

“Making the most of local sights, planning ambitious itineraries and a longing for immersion, seclusion and connection are among the leading trends.”

News Corp Australia’s managing director, food and travel, Fiona Nilssonm said: “The expansion of our travel portfolio is evidence of our confidence in this sector moving towards recovery as we head into 2022.

“It also underscores our unwavering commitment to and investment in the travel category.”

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