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Wayfarer Executive Travel and Lifestyle Magazine Issue 4 Makes Global Debut


The 4th edition of Traveler Executive Travel and Lifestyle magazine has been published and once again it is full of hotels, airlines, cars, accessories, wineries and more.

The latest 116-page version, a sister publication of HM, comes on the back of the top three popular issues and will be available both digitally on the Traveler website and on the subscription app for a popular global magazine, Readly.

In the fourth Traveler magazine – whose digital issue is available below and the print edition through March 2022 – find our cover articles which include over 20 pages on South Australia’s best hotels, luxury lodges, restaurants and wineries .

Adelaide’s legendary new hotels are the center of attention, as are some of the state’s top wineries and we also get a glimpse of the astonishing new Sequoia Lodge, located in the heart of the Adelaide Hills wine country. .

Also in the issue, we take a look at some of the region’s most exciting gins, meet legendary winemakers from across Australasia, celebrate Cathay Pacific’s 75th anniversary, build a storm with Traeger’s Ironwood, ride the coolest electric bike of the country, let’s take Audi’s new Q5 for a ride and much more.

Again, the issue is packed with over 20 must-see videos, so click on the video icon when you see it in the stories on all 116 pages.

Traveler Executive Travel and Lifestyle magazine editor and TV show host James Wilkinson said the publication would be distributed again to the brand’s audience of more than 80,000 business travelers and that the The latest issue of the digital magazine was produced following demand for a premium, stylish and informative publication for the business travel market.

The print edition will be available in over 2,000 luxury and boutique hotel rooms across Australia and New Zealand and to publication subscribers.

To inquire about storing the printed Wayfarer magazine in your hotel rooms, contact James ([email protected]) for details.