• Map of all the Victorian regions, and respective newspapers

    We reach 1.2 million regional Victorian's weekly. This map illustrates the breadth and depth of network, showing which newspapers we have in which regions. We have an extensive range of partners in all five of the Victorian regions, leaving no stone unturned. Whatever your marketing goal, click on this map to see how our coverage can help you reach your audience.

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  • Gippsland, East Gippsland and Melbourne Ranges

    Located in SE Victoria, the region extends eastwards from the edge of metropolitan Melbourne and is home to unspoilt beaches, pristine rainforests, snowfields, hiking and riding trails. Its major industries are forestry, energy and agriculture, contributing to 25% of Victorian beef production. There are strong retail trade and tourism related industries, as well as a growing tertiary sector.

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  • South East, Bayside and Dandenong region

    South Eastern region covers suburban areas, established and developing industrial estates and outer metropolitan areas. The region includes the Sandown Racecourse, Victoria Police Academy, the Frankston, Clayton and Berwick campuses of Monash University, the Rusden campus of Deakin University, the Edithvale-Seaford wetlands environmental areas, Patterson Lakes Estate, and a number of beaches.

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  • South West, Geelong and Surf Coast Victoria

    The South West has many natural features, including the iconic Great Ocean Road, which attract significant numbers of overseas tourists. The region is also home to Geelong, Australia's largest provincial centre, with population projected to grow approximately 25% by 2026. The region boasts over 35 wineries and its primary commodities are milk, beef, lamb and seafood.

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  • Central Victoria

    This warm area of Victoria is known for its large and historic regional centres such as Bendigo and Castlemaine. As one of the most productive and diverse agricultural sectors in the country, Central Victoria supports a wide range of industries and contributes a third of Victoria’s pork production.

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  • Northern Victoria and Murray

    Production of world class wines and gourmet food earn this region a place in the ‘foodbowl of Australia’. Around 20% of Victoria's agricultural production, as well as 13% of the nation's milk, comes from this area alone. Additionally its one of the fastest growing regions in the country, projected to grow by over 23% by 2026.

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  • North and North West Metropolitan Melbourne

    Western Metropolitan region is a mainly urban region. Features include Werribee Park Mansion, Point Cook Metropolitan Park, the Point Cook RAAF Base, Melbourne Airport, the old Gellibrand Fort site, and a marina and beach around Hobsons and Port Phillip Bays. The natural features include the Maribyrnong River, Moonee Ponds Creek, and the Organ Pipes National Park.

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  • North West Victoria

    This area first came alive during the “gold rush” and is home to stunning parks, rolling hills, historic villages and vibrant cities. The metropolitan flavor of the region, reflected through employment, acts as a contrast to its unique national and state parks, such as the Grampians and Little Desert national parks

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New South Wales

  • Murray-Lower Darling

    The Murray region has a rich heritage, agricultural background along with warm country charm. The area is also home to a wide range of attractions including national parks, lakeside towns, beaches, vineyards and a large collection of museums.

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  • Darling Downs South West

    Located about 160 km west of Brisbane, it borders the states of New South Wales and South Australia. The region consists of the fertile agricultural area west of the Great Dividing Range and is centred on the city of Toowoomba.

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  • South East Queensland

    Containing two statistical regions, Brisbane and Moreton, SEQ is a biogeographical, political, and administrative region of the state of Queensland in Australia, which contains 3.4 million people out of the state's population of 4.8 million.

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  • South Tasmania

    The region covers 2.5 million hectares, including Hobart and its urban fringes and towns. Supporting almost half of Tasmania’s population, it’s wealth of natural resources underpins its economic, social and environmental wellbeing.

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  • North West Tasmania

    The region comprises the whole of the north west, including the North West Coast - and the northern reaches of the West Coast. It is usually accepted as extending as far south as the Pieman River and including the Tarkine.

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South Australia

  • Murray and Mallee

    The grain-growing and sheep-farming area of South Australia bounded to the north and west by the Murray River, and to the east by the Victorian border. The Murray Mallee area is predominantly a vast plain of low elevation, with sandhills and gentle undulating sandy rises, interspersed by flats.

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