Thank you for visiting Geokult Travel. This blog is dedicated to the love of travel and exploring, covering a range of topics including destinations, arts and culture, food, eco-ideas, adventures, photography and advice for travellers.

About the Authors

Tracey Benson and Martin Drury have been travelling as a team since 2010. Based in Canberra, Together they have explored parts of Europe, SE Asia, Scandinavia and Turkey. They have also travelled extensively within Australia, even driving to Port Macquarie in 2012 to get married (with a Nick Cave song in the background). In 2013, Geokult Travel was created as a way of sharing our love of journeying, exploring new places and making new friends.

Tracey Benson (aka bytetime) is a writer, artist and researcher. She has travelled to North Africa, the USA, Europe, Scandinavia and parts of SE Asia. You can check out some of her reviews on TripAdvisor. She also has lots of GPS tracks of her bush walks in the southern highlands region of NSW and ACT.

Martin Drury is a photographer and cartographer. He has travelled to Papua New Guinea, SE Asia, the South Pacific including Samoa and diving in the Soloman Islands, trekked in Nepal, and sailed the Coral Sea. He also had the enviable role of being the cartographer for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (1989-1995).

Tracey and Martin can help you design your online identity and engagement strategy, as well as freelance writing and photography jobs. You can contact us via this website or their Geokult Facebook page at www.facebook.com/geokulttravel.

We welcome suggestions for reviews and contributions from guest bloggers. If you have a travel story, favourite activity, hints and tips, or any travel information that you want to share please contact us.

17 thoughts on “About”

  1. Thanks Tracey and Martin for following Gert Loveday -Fun With Books. We hope it will give you as much fun as it does us. We’ll certainly be back to browse Geokult Travel.

  2. Dear Martin and Tracey,
    Thank you very much for taking the time to stop by and ‘follow’ my site. I am so happy to discovered yours and will stop by often. Your photographs are beautiful, and articles are so informative (and interesting).

    Best wishes from Japan,
    Takami 🙂
    (@T Ibara Photo)

  3. Thank you for following my posts. interested that you were in the Solomon Islands etc. I am related to the Bonar family who were in the Marshall Islands etc with timber trading etc

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