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Lynn Gail is an Australian based travel writer and photographer with a focus on culturally diverse subjects, ancient belief systems and off the grid destinations. 

Her travels have taken her into the homelands in Nhulunbuy, East Arnhem Land to share the ways of the Yolngu People, the world's oldest living culture, and to Home Island in the Cocos Keeling Islands to spend time with the Cocos Malay during Hari Raya, to descending into a mud crypt during a Turning of the Bones Ceremony in Madagascar.  Lynn's career has seen her journey through numerous countries from which she regularly contributes features, to Australian Women's Weekly, National Geographic Traveller (UK)JRNY Magazine, EscapeGet Lost Magazine, Australian Traveller MagazineAustralian GeographicInternational Traveller, MiNDFOOD, SilkAir (Silkwinds Inflight), Explore MagazineSouth China Morning PostSenior Traveller, Vacations & Travels Magazine, Better Photography Magazine, Travel Begins at 40 alongside other publications.

Photo credit: Seng Mah

As a travel photographer, Lynn's imagery is published worldwide throughout advertising material, travel brochures, travel publications, websites and educational material.  She regularly supplies Robert Harding World Imagery, an exclusive high end image library based in the UK.

Lynn is an award winning member of both the Australian Institute of Professional Photographers, and Australian Society of Travel Writers (ASTW). She recently won the best Australian Story Under 1000 words category in the ASTW Annual Awards for Excellence 2023.

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