South Western Times & Bunbury Herald
West Australian Regional Newspapers
Proffit Street, Bunbury, WA 6230
First published in 1888, The South Western Times is the premier source of news and information for the South West region. Based in Bunbury and published every Thursday, the South Western Times has the latest news, in-depth sport, a comprehensive entertainment guide, social pictures, community events and the biggest motoring and real estate lift outs. Also popular with readers are the extensive classifieds and employment advertisements. Editorially, the Times is renowned for breaking the big stories and its modular layout, quality photography and in-depth articles make it the best read in the region. The paid, audited circulation of 8,669 each week guarantees readership while the wide distribution throughout the South West ensures extended reach. The Times is on 174 news stands between Mandurah and Walpole and has extensive home delivery subscriptions.
The South Western Times has been recognised on an international level being named the PANPA 2005, 2007,2010, 2012 and 2013 highlighting the publication’s commitment to the surrounding region.
The Bunbury Herald is the first paper in the week to be delivered free to the residents of Bunbury and the surrounding communities.
Published each and every Tuesday the Herald breaks news from the weekend, gives readers a wrap of the weekend sports and publishes valuable community information in the “what’s on” guide and the “Top ten things to do this week” section.
The Bunbury Herald’s real estate liftout is a sought-after supplement while the motoring liftout keeps readers informed of the latest automotive trends. Directly on the coast, 180km south of Perth, Bunbury is among the fastest growing regional areas in Australia.