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The Community Association publishes a monthly Community Newsletter (circulation around 600) informing our residents of current events, current happenings, special interest items and articles of interest. The newsletter does not make a profit and publication is only possible through monthly advertisements and classified ads, and volunteer labour.

The newsletter is available digitally on the Association's Facebook page, To receive a pdf copy of the newsletter via email, simply email your details to

Newsletter Information

The deadline for the newsletter falls on the 1st Wednesday of the month. 

Submissions of articles or adverts should be received by Thursday following the second Tuesday of each month. Publication is the Monday fortnight following the deadline. Delivery is on or about the 3rd Wednesday of the month.

Editorial and Compiler Contacts:

Advertising Costs and Information as at 1 January 2009:
(Column width = approx.6cm)

Classified adverts:
one column width by 2 to 5 lines - $5.00 - $10.00

Monthly adverts:
one column width by 6cm height - $10.00
two column width by 6cm height - $20.00
three column width by 6cm height - $30.00
one-off special advertisement - by quote

Advertisement Submissions:
To submit your article or advertisement, email 

All artwork for monthly advertisements is to be submitted in jpeg, Microsoft Word or Microsoft Publisher format.  Where possible, please provide copy as close to advert sizes stated above.  For maximum effect, try not to include too much text copy.

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