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Bendigo Advertiser

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While the Bendigo Advertiser, as its name suggests, is
centred on the thriving central Victorian City of Bendigo, it
also covers a vast area of north and central Victoria. This
ranges from Kerang and Echuca in the north, to Kyneton
and Woodend in the south and from Heathcote in the east
to St. Arnaud in the west. The Bendigo Advertiser was
founded in 1853, during the time Bendigo was becoming
one of the world’s most outstanding gold fields. Without
gold there would not be a Bendigo. The vast golden rivers
flowing from Bendigo to Melbourne financed vast empires,
and fueled sparkling success. For example it was gold and
the prospect of selling necessary items to miners and their
families which encouraged a Russian immigrant named
Simcha Baevski to come to Bendigo. Never heard of him?
He changed his name to Sidney Myer. That’s an often
overlooked fact of Bendigo.As is the fact that the Chiko
Roll was invented in Bendigo and that one of the founders
of the Australian Federation, Sir John Quick was a Bendigo
lawyer and journalist, for the Bendigo Advertiser. The
Bendigo Advertiser has been an active part of much of the
restoration of the city and region itself undergoing an all
embracing make over in 1998. The newspaper became a
tabloid and won the pacific region most sought after award
for tabloid newspaper design with its second edition. It
remains the authoritative voice of the region, adopting the
twin roles of informing and reforming.

Distribution Bendigo, Axedale, Barnadown, Big Hill, Boort, Bridgewater, Burnewang, California Gully, Castlemaine, Charlton, Chewton, Cohuna, Colbinabbin, Daylesford, Dingee, Dingee, Donald, Dunolly, Eaglehawk, Echuca, Elmore, Forestville, Golden Gully, Goornong, Gunbower, Harcourt, Heathcote, Inglewood, Kamarooka North, Kangaroo Flat, Kerang, Kyabram, Kyneton, Laanecoorie, Lansell Plaza, Leitchville, Lockington, Maldon, Malmsbury, Marong, Maryborough, Mitiamo, Newbridge, Newstead, Prairie, Pyramid Hill, Quambatook, Raywood, Rochester, Rushworth, Serpentine, St Arnaud, Stanhope, Tatura, Tooborac, Toolleen, Wedderburn, Woodend, Wycheproof

Published  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday (Paid) Saturday highest circulating day

Advertising Rates

EGN Format: 32 Modular format

Classified Format: 38cm x 8cols

Classified rates (per col cm)Rate
Monday - Friday$10.18
Adzuna online fee (recruitment advertising only)$20 flat cost (mandatory)
Full Colour25%

Property Section Rates and specifications available on request.

Rates quoted GST exclusive. Effective until 30th June 2018.