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Ever thought of being a travel writer?

October 20th, 2015 | | Events

traval writerYou are in the travel industry, love travelling and think you know a fair bit about it and like to meet new people. You take a great photo and have great memories of destinations.

How about writing about these experiences, sharing them with others and even making some money? If this appeals then why not consider a travel writing course run by a professional travel writer.

In 2004 Rob McFarland was an IT consultant who had never been published. Now he’s one of Australia’s leading travel writers, with six awards including Travel Writer of the Year.

Rob is proof that you don’t need to have studied journalism or worked on a newspaper travel desk to break into travel writing.

Check out the following testimonials:

“Rob McFarland’s course far exceeded my expectations. Based on Rob’s encouragement, I pitched my article from the course to the Sydney Morning Herald and it was accepted. I never would have done this on my own and Rob not only made it possible, but also very easy.” Emily S

“Very enjoyable and I learnt a lot. I appreciated your honest approach including the realities of the commercial side and that you shared examples of your own work practices. Very generous.” Helen F

Courses are one day only in the following locations:

Sydney 31 October 2015

Melbourne 7 November 2015

Brisbane 14 November 2015

For further information and course costs, go to Rob’s website: robmcfarland.org

Provided by: Mike Barrow