Lost and Found Traveller was first conceived in 2013 after a Mummy and Daughter trip to Paris. It was the catalyst which awakened the dreamer and storyteller within me, and I found myself with an inspired insight and fresh perspective that only travel unlocks.

Since 2013, the persona of Lost and Found Traveller has evolved and matured, extending to now include my Husband and three daughters as of September 2017.

Together, we are an Australian family of 5 creative storytellers, on a family gap year of full time international travel for 10 months from October 2017-2018.

We sold our house. Quit our jobs. Withdrew our girls from their private school education, to travel the world.

We are on an adventure of a lifetime, specifically focussing on learning and ‘togetherness’ without the ‘distractions of everyday’ Western life.

Typically we are are not one for labels, however if we had to define ourselves as travellers, then it would be:
ā€œ intellectually curious travellers, who value unique and authentic experiences. Travellers who seek opportunities that foster a sense of connectedness to each other and the world around us.ā€

We hope you say ‘hi’, and find entertainment, inspiration, or simply the information you seek from following along on our adventure.














  1. thank you for following my blog! happy that you like it šŸ™‚ what an interesting blog you have ! for sure will be back here šŸ™‚ have a happy week !

  2. Love your three Es.

  3. Once in awhile I yield to these things, and one consequence is that I’ve nominated you for a Liebster Award. The details will be in a posting Friday (May 2) at Jnana’s Red Barn, where I’ll link to you regardless of your decision to follow through. Thanks for doing what you are online, and my best regards for your presentations ahead. In the meantime, take a bow in the spotlight.

    • Awestruck, fingers hovering over my keyboard for the last two minutes, contemplating how to best express what I feel. šŸ™‚ The words I search for failing me, so reverting to one enduring word that the world should hear more of, “THANKYOU”. šŸ™‚

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