Ian McFadyen – Agency Account Manager
Colleen Boyd – Key Account Manager – Government
Melanie Polla – Sales Coordinator
The Spectator serves a diverse region, which is home to some 33,780 people. The newspaper was established in 1859 as the Courier and later became the Spectator. The region is home to wool growing, beef and sheep production, a wide range of grain crops as well as harvesting and timber processing. Due to its close proximity to the Grampian Ranges, the Wannon and Glenelg Rivers, native forests, and prominent volcanic cones, tourism plays an increasingly important role in the development of Hamilton and surrounds.
The circulation of the Hamilton Spectator includes the Southern Grampians and Glenelg Shires. Primary circulation includes Balmoral, Branxholme, Casterton, Cavendish, Coleraine, Dartmoor, Digby, Dunkeld, Edenhope, ePapers, Glenthompson, Hamilton, Harrow, Hawkesdale, Heywood, Koroit, Lake Bolac, Macarthur, Merino, Millicent, Mortlake, Mt. Gambier, Penshurst, Portland, Warrnambool, Willaura and Yambuk.
Light manufacturing, cutting tools, processing, food, tannery, cereal crops, dairying, cattle, sheep for wool and meat
Real Estate, Motoring, House, Education, Livestock, Farming, Gardening