The latest issue of get lost Travel Magazine is out and they’re focusing on something you’re definitely craving – isolation. A bit of you time.


get lost has always known that truly inspiring travel is all about finding real experiences in unexpected places, where you’re guaranteed to have the joint all to yourself.

That’s why their latest issue focuses on the splendour of complete isolation, both in Australia and abroad. This issue features spots like the Bay of Islands in New Zealand, a new Treehouse EcoResort in Okinawa, Japan, as well as the nondescript Pumpkin Island on the southern Great Barrier Reef – home to just seven self-contained beach bungalows.

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Issue 66 includes Amy’s solo hike through the Warrumbungles, with sunrise on Bluff Mountain | @amy.eloise


For those with an eye on travel bubbles there’s an adventure to the tiny outpost of Atiu in the Cook Islands, a spot many people are eagerly lining up for when the Pacific opens up.

Keep an eye out for an article by WAE News & Features Editor Amy Fairall – her solo overnight adventure through the Warrumbungles culminates in a sunrise summit, pretty special! get lost have also sent one of their writers to Western Australia’s remote Quobba Station, where she discovers that the state’s Coral Coast is a throwback to the old-school style surf base, with a modern twist.

Finally, a little closer to home, the regular Neighbourhood Watch segment is focusing on the tiny Victorian goldfields town of Castlemaine. While they might only have a population of 8,000, get lost uncovers a thriving food and arts hub that gives Melbourne a real run for its money.

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