List of newspapers in Australia

List of newspapers in Australia

This is a list of newspapers in Australia.



Daily newspapers

Weekly and monthly newspapers

Defunct newspapers

New South Wales

Sydney newspapers

Defunct Sydney newspapers

Sydney community newspapers

  • Auburn Pictorial Review
  • Bankstown Canterbury Torch
  • Blacktown Advocate
  • Blacktown City Sun
  • Camden Advertiser
  • Campbelltown-Macarthur Advertiser
  • Canterbury-Bankstown Express
  • Fairfield Advance
  • Fairfield Champion
  • The Glebe
  • The Hawkesbury Gazette
  • Hawkesbury Independent
  • Hills News
  • Hills Shire Times
  • Hornsby & Upper North Shore Advocate
  • Inner West Courier
  • Inner-West Weekly (Since also renamed to Inner West Courier, which is now twice weekly)
  • Lake Macquarie News
  • Liverpool Champion
  • Liverpool Leader
  • Macarthur Chronicle (Campbelltown, Camden, Wollondilly)
  • Manly Daily
  • Mosman Daily
  • Mount Druitt Standard
  • North Shore Times
  • North Side Courier
  • Northern District Times
  • Northern News
  • Parramatta Advertiser
  • Parramatta Sun
  • Penrith Press
  • Penrith Star
  • Rouse Hill Times
  • South-West Rural Advertiser
  • Southern Courier
  • St George & Sutherland Shire Leader
  • St Marys Star
  • Sydney Central Courier
  • Sydney Star Observer
  • Sydney Observer Magazine
  • The Weekly Times
  • Village Voice (Australia)|The Village Voice
  • Wentworth Courier
  • Western Weekender
  • Wollondilly Advertiser
  • "New York Times"

Regional newspapers

Defunct regional newspapers

  • Braidwood Liberal
  • Goulburn Chronicle
  • The Central Coast Sun Weekly (last published April 30, 2009)


Melbourne newspapers

  • The Age (broadsheet).
  • Herald Sun (tabloid).
  • The Leader (The Leader Community Newspaper group publishes 33 local news titles covering metropolitan Melbourne).
  • mX (free afternoon commuter newspaper).
  • G'day India (Indian Newspaper - Monthly Publication)

Defunct Melbourne newspapers

Octopus attacks described in old Australian newspapers.[1]

Regional newspapers

  • The Latrobe Valley Express (Latrobe Valley and surrounding areas)
  • The Surfcoast Times (Surfcoast Shire)
  • The Echo
  • The Weekly Times
  • The Bellarine Times
  • The Bendigo Weekly
  • The Geelong Advertiser
  • The Geelong News
  • The Courier
  • Ballarat News
  • The Warrnambool Standard
  • Shepparton News
  • Benalla Ensign
  • The Advertiser (Bendigo)
  • Sunraysia Daily (Mildura)
  • The Guardian (Swan Hill)
  • The Moe and Narracan News
  • Riverine Herald (Echuca)
  • Euroa Gazette
  • The Chronicle (Wangaratta)
  • The Gippsland Times (Sale, Maffra and surrounding areas)
  • The Echo
  • The Traralgon Journal
  • The Advertiser (Bairnsdale)
  • Yr Australydd (defunct)
  • Ovens Constitution (defunct) 1856-1871?

Chronology of Ballarat Newspapers:

  • The Banner - the first newspaper to be published in Ballarat, a twice weekly, first issued on 11 September 1853, lasted only three weeks.[2]
  • The Diggers Advocate - the first newspaper to be published in Ballarat sometime early in 1854 and defunct by March 1855.[3]
  • The Ballarat Times and South(ern) Cross was published 4 March 1854 to 5 October 1861.[4][2]
  • Ballarat Leader - only six editions 1856.[4]
  • Ballarat Advertiser - also a short-lived local paper in 1856.[2]
  • Creswick Chronicle - two or three issues only in 1850s.[4]
  • Ballarat Trumpeter published in 1856 as a tri-weekly for about twelve months.[4]
  • The Ballarat Star first edition published 22 September 1855 to September 1924 when it was amalgamated with The Ballarat Courier.
  • The Miner from 1 August 1856 until 24 June 1864s as a weekly edition of the Star.[2]
  • The Chinese Advertiser followed by The English and Chinese Advertiser began weekly in August 1856 until around 1860.[3]
  • The Tribune started in November 1856 and struggled for two years before its demise.[3]
  • Standard published 10-26 November 1856.[2]
  • The Nation - the reborn Standard only lasted for another six weeks.[2]
  • Ballarat Punch began in 1857 for a short time, revived, struggled and disappeared in February 1870.[4][3]
  • The Corn Stalk started in August 1857 and continued for about two years.[4]
  • The Creswick Advertiser from 1858 until after the turn of the century.
  • North Grenville Mercury came into being on 24 March 1859 for twenty weeks.[4]
  • The Tribune started 21 November 1861 and ended on 11 July 1863.[4]
  • The Sun commenced 26 September 1864 and folded the following year.[3]
  • The Evening Post first edition was 25 May 1863 and continued for decades. After several name changes it was called The Mail in the 1930s.[3]
  • "The Ballarat Courier & District Mining & General Reporter" originated 10 June 1867 and continues to the present day (2011) as Ballarat's only daily newspaper.
  • Evening Mail Ballarat's second evening newspaper began 6 April 1869 and battled along for four years until incorporation with The Evening Post.[3]
  • The Commonwealth first appeared in March 1870 as a monthly publication.[4]
  • Sport a weekly which commenced 1887 and finished soon after a libel action.[3]
  • Sporting World was brought out on 5 Apr 1890 and lasted for forty years.[3]
  • Recreation was also dedicated to sport and also died with the advent of radio.[3]
  • Evening Echo published from February 1895 until March 1929.[2]
  • The Live Wire published 21 Aug 1921 and never again.[3]
  • Ballarat News a free weekly, first printed 1974 and continues to the present (2011).


Brisbane newspapers

Defunct Brisbane newspapers

Brisbane Community newspapers

Regional newspapers

Western Australia

Perth newspapers

Defunct Perth newspapers

Regional newspapers

  • Albany Advertiser
  • Broome Advertiser
  • Bunbury Herald
  • Bunbury Mail
  • Busselton-Margaret Times
  • Capes Herald
  • Countryman (statewide).
  • Darlington Review
  • Esperance Express
  • Geraldton Guardian
  • Goldfields Express (Goldfields Region).
  • Great Southern Herald (Katanning).
  • Harvey Reporter
  • Kalgoorlie Miner
  • Kimberley Echo (Kununurra).
  • Kimberley Times (Derby).
  • Mandurah Coastal Times
  • Mandurah Mail
  • Manjimup-Bridgetown Times
  • Mundaring Magazine
  • Murray Mail (Pinjarra)
  • Narrogin Observer
  • Northern Guardian (Carnarvon).
  • North West Times (Port Hedland).
  • Pilbara Echo (Karratha/Dampier/Pilbara) [6].
  • Pilbara News (Karratha).
  • Pinjarra Murray Times (Pinjarra).
  • Southern Avon Chronicle (Northam/York).
  • South Western Times (Bunbury).
  • Sound Telegraph (Rockingham).

South Australia


Defunct Adelaide newspapers

  • The News (Adelaide)
  • Adelaide Aeroplane (Adelaide) (November 1919 - February 1920)
  • About Town (Adelaide) (December 1979 - August 1981)
  • Adelaide Echo (Adelaide) (September - October 1877)
  • Adelaide Guardian (Adelaide) (September - October 1839)
  • Adelaide Morning Chronicle (Adelaide) (June 1852 - November 1853)

Regional newspapers


Hobart newspapers

Defunct Hobart newspapers

  • The Hobart Town Gazette (1816–1821)
  • Saturday Evening Mercury (1954–1984)


Defunct regional newspapers

Northern Territory

Darwin newspapers

Darwin community newspapers

Regional newspapers

Australian Capital Territory

See also


  1. ^ National Library Australian newspapers digitisation program
  2. ^ a b c d e f g Corfield Jason , Wickham Dorothy, Gervasoni Clare (2004). The Eureka Encyclopedia. Ballarat Heritage Services, Ballarat. (p391) ISBN 1 876478 61 6.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Mansfield Peter G. Editor (1982). Spielvogel Papers Volume 1, Ballarat Historical Society. (p113) ISBN 0 959902 3
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i Withers William Bramwell (1999). History of Ballarat and Some Ballarat Reminiscences, Facsimilie Edition, Ballarat Heritage Services. ISBN 1 876478 78 0. From the original Edition W. B. Withers, History of Ballarat, first published 1870. Originally twelve weekly parts of History of Ballarat, featured in the Ballarat Star, beginning on the 11th June 1870. Bound volumes of History of Ballarat were sold from early August of the same year. And W. B. Withers, Some Ballarat Reminiscences, First published in serial form in 1895 and 1896.
  5. ^
  6. ^ Pilbara Echo

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