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Join award-winning travel writer Rob McFarland for a travel writing workshop in Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane.

Learn a specialised toolkit of travel writing and pitching techniques plus get detailed feedback on your writing. Join dozens of students who've gone on to be published in national newspapers and magazines.

“In all my years of journalism studies and internships, I honestly feel this has been one of the most constructive courses I've ever completed.” Penelope R

Details

Where: The Menzies Sydney, 14 Carrington Street, Sydney

When: 10am – 5pm on Sat Oct 31, 2015

Where: The Swanston Hotel Melbourne Grand Mercure, 195 Swanston St, Melbourne

When: 10am – 5pm on Sat Nov 7, 2015

Where: Pullman Brisbane King George Square, Cnr of Ann and Roma Streets, Brisbane

When: 10am – 5pm on Sat Nov 14, 2015

Courses cost $399 and are limited to 12 spots so get in quick!

Visit www.robmcfarland.org for more details.

Prefer to study at home?

Take the course by correspondence instead. Visit www.robmcfarland.org for details.

“Fantastic, inspiring, exciting, motivating. This kind of knowledge could take months, even years to establish on one's own. I finished the course feeling that there wasn't anything you didn't cover for us be able to go out and have a really good crack at being a travel writer.” Annabelle S

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