It pays to advertise in The Courier, and this is why
The Courier is South Australia’s premier non-metropolitan newspaper.
The Courier – with a paid circulation of 12,000 delivered each Wednesday throughout the Adelaide Hills – reaches more than 60,000 people a week. It has been serving the Hills community since 1880.
Circulation ranges from the grape producing regions of Langhorne Creek in the south, through the rich Hills farmlands, the historic tourist centre of Hahndorf, the leafy suburbs of Stirling, Aldgate and Bridgewater, and the northern agricultural towns of Birdwood, Lobethal and Mt Pleasant.
The Hills has changed from an almost wholly agricultural base to a mix of farming, tourism and urban development. The region has also developed a rapidly-expanding tourism base providing a vital source of new income to the region.
The region boasts idyllic countryside and numerous historic towns less than 30 minutes from the city centre.
The Courier recognises its duty to serve all its readers and keeps abreast with constantly changing community attitudes.