Media & PR Update
Family Friendly Travel in 2023
Lonely Planet’s Chris Zeiher recently appeared on Australia’s No.1 breakfast show Sunrise, to discuss the best family-friendly travel destinations for Australians in 2023. Included in the list are Japan, New Zealand and holidaying at home by visiting Australia’s islands. Click the thumbnail below to watch the interview:
Lonely Planet’s Offbeat, which offers 100 exciting alternative travel experiences off the beaten track, has garnered attention from a host of media outlets across the world, with notable coverage across print and digital including: The Daily Mirror, Country Living, Metro (UK), The Independent, RTE (IE), Sunday Star Times, New Zealand Herald (NZ), The West Australian (AU), Stuff (NZ) as well as a live interview aired on Australian TV show Sunrise.
Offbeat has also received lots of love from US book influencers, who praise the beautiful photography and practical tips for getting away from the crowds and discovering hidden gems. Perfect for curious minds, this title is a must-read for anyone dreaming of, or planning an upcoming adventure. Learn more about Offbeat here.
Epic Road Trips of the Americas
Buckle up and get ready to hit the road for 50 of the Americas’ greatest drives! New in Lonely Planet’s Epics series is the stunning Epic Road Trips of the Americas- which has proved a massive hit with US influencers, as seen below. Ranging in duration from a few hours to a week or more, each route is graded according to difficulty and features a first-hand account accompanied by awe-inspiring photographs, illustrated maps, practical information and suggestions for other similar road trips. Learn more about Epic Road Trips of the Americas here, and check out roadtripsforfamilies.com review here
Atlas of Dogs
Explore the paw-some world of pooches with Lonely Planet Kids’ Atlas of Dogs! This fully illustrated guide will take you on a woof-tastic journey around the world to meet over 150 weird and wonderful dog breeds! Atlas of Dogs has wowed animal lovers across the world; receiving Stanford’s Children’s Book of the Month award in September 2022 and also ranking in the Best Non Fiction Books for Kids in November on the influential site Minitravellers. Atlas of Dogs has also unsurprisingly captured the hearts of ‘Dogstagram’ (instragram dog influencers!) in some of our cutest reviews yet. Check out reviews on Australian Dog Lovers Club, Momreadit and Npbp Reviews.
Atlas of Dogs colouring supplement featured in Sunday newspapers across Australia:
Page Count 324
Format Hardback, full colour
Dimensions 275 x 237mm | 9.33 x 10.83"
RRP AUD $44.99 | GBP £24.99 | NZD $49.99 | USD $35.00
Epic Road Trips of the AmericasISBN 9781838695330
Page Count 320
Format Hardcover, full colour
Dimensions 265mm × 207mm | 8.15 x 10.43"
USD MSRP $35.00 | AUD RRP $44.99 | NZD RRP $49.99 | GBP RRP £24.99
Atlas of DogsISBN (ROW) 9781838694456 , (US) 9781838694463
Age 6-8 Years
Page Count 112 Pages
Format Hardcover, full colour
Dimensions 275 x 237mm / 10.83 x 9.33”
USD MSRP $18.99 | AUD RRP $24.99 | NZD RRP $26.99 | GBP RRP £12.99