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At the heart of our success is our commitment to creating the most relevant and engaging local content across print and digital channels to inform and entertain our readers. We are extremely proud of the bonds we have built with our communities that have made our mastheads an integral part of the community for over 150 years.

With a publishing footprint from Coffs Harbour to Mackay, APN ARM connects with over 2.1 million consumers every month, providing our advertising partners with highly-targeted multiplatform media solutions. Whatever the audience, market and campaign, APN ARM provides the perfect channel to connect with regional audiences.

Learn more about our regions below.

North Queensland 

Mackay / Whitsundays

There is a lot more to the Mackay region than a subtropical climate and the world-famous Whitsundays. Located midway between Cairns and Brisbane, the Mackay region is one of the top 10 largest-growing regions in Queensland* and…
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Central Queensland 


Located just south of the Tropic of Capricorn, Gladstone offers a diverse and affordable lifestyle set within a friendly community and enviable climate. Home to the world's largest alumina refinery and Australia's…
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The Rockhampton region is located on the beautiful Capricorn Coast and is the economic and services hub for the entire Central Queensland region. The city boasts many of the benefits of metropolitan living, in an environment and…
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Wide Bay Burnett 


Situated on the Burnett River and just 13 kilometres from the coast, Bundaberg stands as one of Queensland's most modern and progressive cities. An idyllic sub-tropical climate and a secure water supply have allowed the…
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Fraser Coast

Maryborough and Hervey Bay are the key city centres in Queensland's famous Fraser Coast region – one of the state's most attractive holiday destinations. A popular destination for tourists and sea-changers,…
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As the cultural and historical centre of the famed gold rush region of Cooloola, Gympie offers the warm hospitality of a country town, with many modern conveniences. Originally settled for grazing purposes, Gympie became a…
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South-East Queensland 


Ideally positioned just a short drive from Brisbane, the Gold Coast and domestic and international air and sea ports, Ipswich is Queensland's oldest provincial city and also one of the most progressive. Currently one of…
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Sunshine Coast

The appeal of the Sunshine Coast is strikingly unique – positive business advantages, world class attractions and exceptional lifestyle amenities, all packaged in a progressive, welcoming community. Famous surfing…
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South-West Queensland 


As Queensland's largest inland city, Toowoomba offers all the benefits of urban living in a tranquil country environment. Being the commercial hub of the fertile Darling Downs region has resulted in a city with extensive…
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With historic sandstone and timber buildings dating back to 1870, Warwick boasts some of the richest heritage in Australia. Team this with modern sporting and cultural facilities, and Warwick offers a relaxed lifestyle with…
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Northern New South Wales 

Coffs Coast

The Coffs Coast is located on the east coast of Australia, approximately halfway between Sydney and Brisbane, and includes the townships of Coffs Harbour, Nambucca Heads, Bellingen, Dorrigo, Red Rock and their coastal and…
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Grafton / Clarence Valley

Situated on the banks of the Clarence River, Grafton is the commercial and service centre for the Clarence Valley's extensive agricultural, pastoral and coastal districts, which include the fast-growing townships of Yamba,…
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Lismore / Northern Rivers

As a popular destination for sea-changers and both domestic and international visitors, Northern Rivers is a key growth region of New South Wales. With a population projected to increase by 30% over the next 15 years, the…
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Tweed Heads

Situated on the far north coast of New South Wales, Tweed Heads lies on the Queensland border and marks the southern end of Gold Coast proper – the renowned chain of surf beaches that stretches north to Southport. With…
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Northern Territory 


We have readership across booming Australian regions - from Mackay in North Queensland to Clarence Valley in Northern New South Wales.

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