Sunshine Coast Kids Today

The Sunshine Coast and Noosa region is one of Australia's fastest growing urban corridors and is home to a rapidly growing number of young families.

Many are eager for local information on events, advice, and engage with others at a similar stage in life.

To connect with this important group, Sunshine Coast Kids Today was established and combines three media channels to share information important to young families across the region.  Sunshine Coast Kids Today connects families living across the Sunshine Coast and Noosa region with organisations related to raising children.

Operated by Star News Group, the business that publishes Noosa Today community news magazine, Sunshine Coast Kids Today is backed by one of the country's leading Australian family owned independent publishers.

We truly connect with people and communities and have done since 1909!

What is Sunshine Coast Kids Today?

It is a powerful combination of social, online and print channels delivering reach into the lives of young families across this important growing region.

Advertising Packages are detailed on the downloadable media kit. Print advertising only rates also available on request.

Published

Bi-monthly (6 times per year)
15,000 circulation

Dec/Jan
Feb/Mar
Apr/May
Jun/Jul
Aug/Sept
Oct/Nov

Specifications

Tabloid full colour, full gloss - 24+ pages

Full Page: 360mm high x 250mm wide

Half Page Horizontal: 178mm high x 250mm wide

Three Quarter Block: 269mm high x 250mm wide

Quarter Page Horizontal: 87mm high x 250mm wide

Quarter Page Vertical: 178mm high x 123mm wide

Eighth Page Horizontal: 87mm high x 123mm wide


Distribution

Key pick up areas in Alexandra Headland, Aroona, Beerwah, Birtinya, Bli Bli, Bokarina, Brightwater Mountain Creek, Buddina, Buderim, Burpengary, Caboolture, Caloundra, Chancellor Park, Coolum Beach, Cooroy, Cotton Tree, Currimundi, Doonan, Eumundi, Glass House Mountains, Golden Beach, Kawana, Kuluin, Landsborough, Little Mountain, Maleny, Mapleton, Marcoola, Maroochydore, Meridan Plains, Minyama, Moffat Beach, Montville, Mooloolaba, Mooloolah, Mooloolah Valley, Mountain Creek, Mudjimba, Nambour, Narangaba, Noosa Heads, Noosa Junction, Noosaville, North Buderim, Morayfield, Pacific Paradise, Palmwoods, Pelican Waters, Peregian Beach, Peregian Springs, Pomona. Sippy Downs, Sunshine Beach, Tewantin, Upper Caboolture, Warana, Woombye, Wurtulla and Yandina.

431 outlets