Advertisers benefit from the uniquely higher level coverage achieved through The Condobolin Argus.
A community newspaper, The Condobolin Argus is different to other local newspapers in that all profits are returned to readers and advertisers. Readers enjoy stronger news coverage from the higher investment into news gathering and publication – The Condobolin Argus carries more local news and advertising than any other competing newspaper. This and the fact The Condobolin Argus is a weekly newspaper ensures a very high exposure for advertisers.
The Condobolin Argus is the only audited local newspaper distributed right across Lachlan Shire and into its environs. That means when you advertise with The Condobolin Argus you know you are getting what you are paying for. Any circulation details of competitors’ papers are unsubstantiated ‘proprietors’ claims’.
The Condobolin Argus, published Wednesdays, is distributed paid within the Lachlan Shire (Condobolin, Lake Cargelligo, Tottenham, Tullibigeal, Burcher, Fifield, Derriwong and Albert) and free within the environs including to Cobar, Bogan Gate, Euabalong, Ivanhoe, Mount Hope, Nymagee, Ootha, Trundle, Tullamore, and Tilpa. The paper also circulates paid in Ungarie.
About Lachlan Shire area
Lachlan Shire is situated approximately 500kms west of Sydney in Central West NSW and is one of the largest Shires in New South Wales covering 15,000 square kilometres.
The Lachlan Shire encompasses large and small centres with some 7,500 residents.
With the Lachlan River flowing through the Lachlan Shire, it provides town water and irrigation, and is also used for recreational activities.
The main industries in the Lachlan Shire include wool, beef, pork, wheat and other grains, fruits, timber, horse, sheep and cattle studs.
Support services such as grain storage & silos, wool stores, stock sale yards, and timber mills can be accessed within the Shire.
The manufacturing industry has a broad variety of products, for example steel works, rainwater tanks, kitchens to hospital slings.