July Edition OUT NOW!

Our July edition is out now! Pick up a free copy from key locations around the area, and letterbox delivery to selected Western suburb streets occurs the 1st week of July.

We would like to say a big THANK YOU to everyone who so kindly and generously donated to our fundraising campaign last month!! We really appreciate the support, and all the lovely comments we have received from our local community. It was a great success – and we’re happy to say that means we will certainly to able to keep the publication going for the foreseeable future.

This month’s edition includes a focus on local First Nations news – to support and recognise NAIDOC Week this month; along with our monthly fun photo quiz from Colin Bushell Photography, updates from all our local community groups, and upcoming events. Read our ‘Out & About’ feature by guest writer Evie Drinnan. And our regular writer Sarah Krause shares her ‘For the Love of Books’ column – with 2 FREE BOOKS to giveaway. 

If you don’t get a copy delivered to your street – please remember you can also read it here online. And please support our local business advertisers – who help keep this publication going with their financial support.

The Western Echo History

An independently owned and published community news magazine – high gloss, full colour, A4 format. Delivered monthly to 15,700 homes, businesses and clubs in the Western Suburbs of Brisbane, Queensland, since 1994. 

Past issues are available online – www.issuu.com/thewesternecho

Click on the front page (above) to read this month’s issue now.
Contributions from local community groups, organisations, clubs, and schools are most welcome and can be sent to the publisher. Please note deadlines below.

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The Western Echo Deadlines/Printing and Distribution Dates for 2024