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Travel Weekly moves to new digs

The team at Travel Weekly, Travel Today, The Nibbler, Traveltrade Yearbook and Voyager has bid farewell to Chatswood to start a new life as part of the recently founded Misfits Media Company in trendy Surry Hills.

Designed by Travel Weekly’s editorial director, Dan Uglow, the converted warehouse space is an ideal fit for creative minds working to tight deadlines, not to mention a stone’s throw from Central Station so expect to see plenty of us at forthcoming events.

Our doors are always open (literally) so feel free to drop by to say hello and have a stickybeak – we’d love to see you.

The new address is: Level 2, 231 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills, 2010.

If you like what you see, we even have a few spare desks for like-minded misfits looking to sub lease.

If you’d like to share some space with Travel Weekly, B&T and the Misfits in general, we’re offering desks for $520 per month. This includes access to a printer, meeting room and all kitchen facilities. The office is air-conditioned plus there are ceiling fans for those 40-degree days. The cost includes all power, internet, furniture and is plug and play. There’s even a small in-house photography studio that we’ll rent out on a needs basis. Keen parties can contact dan@travelweekly.com.au

"Dine-in-luxury-or-perch-on-a-stool-like-a-lady.jpg"Lounge on the velvet sofas

"Meet-Josephine.jpg"Meet Josephine on your way up

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Oh deer

"A-cuppa.jpg"Time for a cuppa?

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Sit down, pull up a chair, or three

"Cacti.jpg"Join the cactus club

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Perch on a stool if it takes your fancy

"Decor.jpg"The decor is understated elegance, with a dash of corrugated plastic

The Misfits Media Company Limited encompasses media titles: Travel Weekly magazine & Supplements, Travel Today, The Nibbler, Traveltrade Yearbook, Voyager and B&T Magazine.

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