Travel Writer of the Year winner Louise Southerden.
Stories from Fairfax's Traveller have dominated the annual Australian Society of Travel Writers awards for the best travel writing in the country.
Contributor Louise Southerden was named travel writer of the year, based on three stories published in Traveller.
The same story on Okinawa also won the award for best international story (over 1000 words), while the Cambodia story took out the award for best responsible tourism story.
Andrew Bain won the best international story (under 1000 words) award for his piece on a road trip through the spectacular Indian Himalayas, published by Traveller in June. Bain also won the best Australian story (over 1000 words) award for a feature on Freycinet National Park published in Australia Geographic.
Lee Atkinson won the award for best journey or adventure article for her Traveller piece on motorbiking in Vietnam.
The best travel industry analysis award went to Tim Richards for his Traveller online piece examining the world's most expensive cities and discovering that, for Australians, they're not as expensive as they used to be.
Other award winners included Sue Gough Henly for best Australian story (under 1000 words) and Christine Pfeiffer for best use of digital media.
Founded in 1975, the Australian Society of Travel Writers is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to promoting ethical and honest travel, and the unbiased reporting of it.
The society consists of more than 300 members who are freelancers and staff writers, travel editors, radio and television broadcasters, bloggers, guide book authors, photographers and public relations, social media and marketing professionals.
Craig Platt is a member of the Australian Society of Travel Writers.