Author's Profile

Mike Barrow
Mike arrived in Sydney in 1989 as a typical British backpacker with $17 and one phone number. He also decided Sydney was paradise living in a three bedroom unit with 17 other backpackers. He eventually managed to get a proper job in a small backpacking publishing company. After spending four years trying to get residency, Mike finally 'got in' and set up his own company, Travel Maps Australia in 1993. In 2000 the Company rebranded to THE WORD and in 2014 started The Byte. Mike lives in Sydney's northern beaches, keeps fit and healthy and wouldn't live anywhere else.

Recent Articles

Q&A: Farewell from the Funster

New South Wales Best Job in the World winner, Andrew Smith, will hang up his Chief Funster hat this week, after six months of promoting Sydney and NSW to the […]

More reef madness

We received a strong response to our story on the Federal Government’s current plan for dredging at the Abbott Point port terminal in the Whitsundays („Dredging up trouble on the […]

Snow Business

Snow has finally fallen on the New South Wales Snowy Mountains, much to the relief of local tourism operators. About 20 centimetres fell above 1,500 metres last weekend, blanketing the […]

New Grampians trail a ‘game-changer’

The proposed Grampians Peaks Trail will revolutionise access to the spectacular Grampians National Park, according to tourism industry pundits. According to the master plan released in May, the planned 144-kilometre […]

Jump Tours – Jumping into the Top End

Recently Jump Tours launched it’s first tour product out of Darwin, with the Top End Triangle 3 Day/2 Night Tour to Kakadu & Litchfield National Parks. Since May the tour has […]

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