A smart IN vestment
IN Noosa Magazine is a free quarterly lifestyle magazine specifically targeting Noosa locals and visitors. (three month + shelf life)
- A4 format printed in full colour on top quality, uncoated, eco-accredited stock
- 13,000 copies (15,000 in summer) distributed in the Noosa area EACH quarter (54,0000 copies per year)
- It is conservatively estimated that each copy of IN Noosa Magazine will be read by at least 4.5 people - that is at least 58,500 eyeballs on your business each quarter!
- Our magazine is the 'go to' magazine for all things Noosa: food, fashion, events, homewares, health and beauty, inspiring locals
- Editorial within our publication is directed to locals & tourists
- Our distribution channel is unique with
We hand-deliver the magazine to businesses throughout the region from hairdressers to professional offices, beauty salons, fashion boutiques, medical centres and other retail outlets; there are also up to 20 handcrafted IN Noosa Magazine stands across the region at high trafficked locations; with additional bulk drops in key locations such as Noosa Civic, Noosa Regional Gallery, IGA Cooroy, Noosa Marina and through the Zinc96 and HotFM street teams.
IN Noosa Magazine is IN the rooms, not just the foyer, of accommodation places such as: Sofitel Noosa, Peppers Noosa Resort & Villas, Netanya Noosa, Noosa Residences - Exclusive Boutique Retreat, plus luxury accommodation managed by Dowling & Neylan Real Estate, Ray White Noosa, Sunshine Beach Real Estate and Zinc Properties Noosa. We are also in the Tourism Noosa Visitor Information Centres and key local outlets as above
Advertisers receive the additional benefit of cross-media support on other IN Noosa platforms and channels including social media (Instagram, facebook and twitter with additional dedicated food and fashion Instagram and facebook accounts); our EDM database of INterested people; website; and we can even arrange radio advertising or partner with you on a bespoke event.
Magazine increase purchase intent in consumers 5 time more than television or internet when looking at single mediums.
Source: Publishers Australia