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get lost is the ultimate antidote for carbon copy package holidays and frightful tourist traps. We’re an independent, international travel magazine that puts the excitement back into travel and dares to be different. get lost gets kicks out of discovering hot new destinations, pioneering out-there experiences and telling travel yarns of intrigue.

If it belongs in the neighbourhood we call earth, chances are we've been there, met the village chief and partied with the locals. Unique, fearless and with a social conscience, get lost has been the authentic voice in real travel for a decade. We serve up adventure, luxury and culture in equal measure, with the occasional dollop of the downright obscure. Combining world-class photography with inspiring and engaging writing, our expert team of travel junkies will blow your mind with experiences you never imagined. We’ll rattle your world, make you hungry for knowledge and adventure, and inspire you to hit the road.

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Justin Jamieson

Justin Jamieson

Founder and Publisher

Justin Jamieson is the Founder and Publisher of get lost. Justin's passion for travel has led him to all corners of the globe and inspired him to create an authentic publication for like-minded travellers. He hoped that publishing get lost would somehow appease the insatiable travel bug within him. Unfortunately, it has made it worse.



Carrie Hutchinson

Carrie Hutchinson

Acting Editor

For someone who never had a passport until the age of 20, Carrie has managed to pack in a fair amount of global wandering into the subsequent years. She’s worked in the media all her life, both in Australia and overseas. Alongside tales of adventure, she writes about food, design and celebrity folk.



Catherine Best

Catherine Best

Editor

Catherine is a widely published travel writer with an irrational fear of outer space. The martians can have it to themselves, but anywhere else is free game. She blames a childhood caravan adventure around Australia for tickling her feet, and they have been itching ever since. For years Catherine tried to suppress her travelling obsession working as a newshound. Truth is, she is more comfortable in hiking boots and scuba gear than pinstripes and pumps. Just don’t ask her to wear a space suit.



Nikola Sarbinowski

Nikola Sarbinowski

Assistant Editor

After a stint living in rural Canada in her teens, Nikola discovered the best way to thaw frostbitten toes was to just keep on moving. Despite defrosting, her tootsies have tingled ever since. While Nikola loves to call Melbourne home, she's doing her best to eat her way around the globe and has happily munched on fried bees in China, slabs of smoked pork fat in Romania and whale stew in Indonesia. 



Steve Davey

Steve Davey

Staff Photographer

Steve Davey got bitten by the bug at age 17 and has been travelling ever since. He has travelled to 87 countries and authored and photographed best-selling books such as Unforgettable Places To See Before You Die and Unforgettable Islands to Escape to Before You Die. Steve recently published Around the World in 500 Festivals detailing the best cultural celebrations around the planet and a second edition of the widely acclaimed Footprint Travel Photography. To complement the first edition of this book, Steve launched a unique series of travel photography tours to some of the most exotic parts of the world. Steve is the expert behind our photo tips section every issue as well as features from awe-inspiring destinations. 



Pat Kinsella

Pat Kinsella

Travel Writer

A widely published travel and adventure writer and photographer, Pat has edited a number of magazines in Australia since mysteriously washing up on these shores back in 1999. Okay, it wasn't that mysterious – he'd simply done a runner from the mean streets and frosty climes of the UK to explore the world and make his fortune. He's still running and exploring, but the fortune-making part is on hold for the moment.




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