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Traveling Honeybird is based in Australia. We’re always looking for the next great client and project. If you’d to be considered as a suitable partner to work with us, please get in touch!

Please feel free to send us an email or carrier pigeon with more details on how much you love us or if you would like to work with us. Make sure you’ve read a little bit about the rules around Working With Us first.

Currently we are accepting proposals on;

  • Press and Media Trips ~ If you have a destination, attractions, restaurant or event you would like covered on Traveling Honeybird please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
  • Brand Ambassadorships ~ We love working with amazing brands on a long term basis.
  • Brand-Blogger engagement and education consulting
  • Sponsored Posts/Social Media
  • Conference Sponsorship

A friendly note on affiliate programs and sponsored content. Sadly we are not a charity. We are not here to work for free for your start up. Even if it is a seriously great product but you don’t have any budget right now.

We love working with companies that represent and align with our values – Eat Well, Travel Often, Drink Coffee.

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All around the world.



Experience Iceland One Tolt at a Time

In my mind, I can smell the fresh rain in the air as the clouds roll on by. I hear the swish of a tail. I can feel my hand running down the soft silky coat of the horses' necks, reassuringly patting my sturdy hoofed mount and curling my hand around to scratch that one...

Preparing for Patagonia – The First Steps

Patagonia. It’s the proverbial mother ship. The ultimate goal. The dream. Fantasy. On the hiker's scale of 1-hell yeah! It’s above the hell yeah level. But it isn’t for the faint-hearted or the unprepared. Even though we are over five months away from our Patagonia...

Two Travellers One Backpack

As a travel couple you generally make some rules before you hit the road. Some are spoken quite clearly and others are hidden away behind the veil of keeping the peace in your relationship. Some travel couples don’t pee in front of one another, others have scheduled...