Just before COVID-19 turned the world upside down and travel ground to a halt, we launched the third issue of our Travel Without Limits magazine. BJ is particularly happy with this issue and can find the pages he is on in a heartbeat.
Now that travel is slowly re-awakening, we can’t wait to share with you the March 2020 instalment in the Travel Without Limits journey. We’ve come a long way since our first publication in 2019. For starters, we’ve jumped from a humble 47 pages to 108 glossy spreads packed with practical tips and anecdotes from worldwide contributors.
For the first time, our magazine is now available on Amazon in Australia and on Amazon US. We hope this new step makes the content suited to readers who like to download on their device to peruse on-the-go. We’re happy to mail a print copy to the stalwarts (like us!) who prefer the feel of turning the printed page. Buy Issue #3 or subscribe to access future issues here.
In the March 2020 Travel Without Limits magazine, you can expect our usual enthusiasm and variety of stories. We have really tried to extend beyond ‘accessible’ travel into ‘inclusive’ travel. This means there will be something for budget, ability and preference among our line-up of stories and images.
Daniel Michel, a Sydney-based Paralympian who represents Australia in boccia, shares his travel tips and highlights. You can also read a Q&A interview with Madeline Stuart, the first supermodel with Down Syndrome to walk runways in New York, Paris, London and beyond. Compare Disney theme parks around the world, then fill up on road trip advice. Pick from your favourite Aussie destinations, or delve into Bali and Singapore. Learn about new storage, transport and mobility offerings. And read reviews on venues and accommodation. We also have plenty of stories on travelling with a family member with autism. autism .
The summer bushfires and COVID-19 transformed the landscape of travel in unprecedented ways. We know the situation has altered many a travel plan. We’ve curated content for the armchair traveller looking for a low-key domestic getaway. And we’ve catered to the aspirational adventurer seeking to quench their wanderlust through the written word.
As you can probably tell, we’re thrilled to have revamped Travel Without Limits. If you’ve followed this blog for a while, you’ll know that a glossy, jam-packed travel magazine has been a long-term dream for me. I’ve wanted to gather together a range of voices and experiences and practical resources ever since those days when BJ was little and I couldn’t find any information available to travellers with access needs.
The success and the sustainability of the magazine is dependent on the support of our readers. We’d love your help in spreading the word about the magazine. Tell a friend, an organisation or a therapist about Travel Without Limits magazine. And of course, we’d love you to subscribe.
We hope you enjoy flicking through this issue – digitally or in person – as much as we enjoyed gathering it together.