Found! Around Australia

A spotting game for all ages


On any two cards there is only one item in common. The aim of the game is to be the first person to find the common item.


ISBN: 9781760763671 Category:

Megan McKean


A koala, a bottlebrush, a meat pie and the Big Banana – what do they have in common? They can all be found around Australia! On any two cards there is only one item in common. Can you find it first?

In Found Around Australia, you’ll be looking for the places, animals, plants, foods and things that make Australia so unique. From the kangaroo to The Ghan Railway, the hakea to the Big Lobster, get ready for an Aussie adventure.

Illustrated by bestselling illustrator and author Megan McKean, this game is suitable for the entire family. With instructions for two ways of playing (one simple and one more challenging), Found Around Australia will keep players of every age entertained whilst teaching recognition, language, memory and coordination. The game also includes a fold-out poster featuring all the items from the game.

Additional information

Weight 276 g
Dimensions 9.4 x 13.8 cm
Publisher name Thames & Hudson Australia Pty Ltd
Publication date 2 January 2023
Number of pages
Format Game
Dimensions 9.4 x 13.8 cm
Weight 276 g


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Megan McKean is an Australian designer, travel writer, author and illustrator. Creating travel inspired pieces for McKean Studio and other companies, her work spans digital, print and 3D forms. Megan's illustration work is characterised by the use of bright colour palettes, strong line work and surprising details hidden within each piece, encouraging the viewer to go back for another look to see what they may have missed.

Megan's clients include Maxwell & Williams, The Art Gallery of New South Wales, Play-Doh, The National Gallery of Victoria, State Library of NSW, The Finders Keepers, Expedia, Kiehl's, Kate Spade New York, BioCup, Myer, Happy Socks and National Gallery of Australia.