Australian Newspapers Online

Australian newspapers either general or special interest newspapers devoted to economics, politics, sports, health, literature, industry, and trade. Newspapers are circulated either nationally, by region or by city.

National newspapers in Australia

  • Australian

    One of the most widely circulated Australian newspapers. The Australian was founded in 1964 and owned by Australian news media company News Limited, an asset of News Corporation.

  • Australian Financial Review

    Australia's leading business newspaper published by Fairfax Media. The newspaper was established in 1951 and published Monday to Saturday.

  • Lloyd's List DCN (LLDCN)

    Weekly tabloid format newspaper published by Informa Australia. The newspaper featuring shipping, trade and transport.

  • Green Left Weekly

    Independent alternative newspaper published in Australia. The newspaper was founded in 1990 and focusing on global peace, human rights, environmental sustainability, climate issues, refugee rights, democracy and equality.

  • Weekly Times

    Contains articles about agriculture, commentary, weather, commodity market information, events guide, rural property reviews and listings, literature, science, politics, cricket, golf, Swimming, soccer, Tennis and other sports.

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New South Wales

Sydney newspapers

  • Sydney Morning Herald (SMH)

    Daily newspaper published by Fairfax Media. The newspaper was established in 1831. Sydney Morning Herald is one of the oldest Australian newspapers.

  • Telegraph

    Australian newspaper based in Sydney, New South Wales. The Daily Telegraph providing latest top stories on business, sports, entertainment and more.

  • Manly Daily

    Community newspaper serves the communities of Manly, Pittwater and Warringah.

  • North Shore Times

    Weekly community newspaper covering local government areas of Willoughby, Lane Cove, Ku-ring-gai, and part of North Sydney.

  • Parramatta Advertiser

    Local newspaper covering Auburn, Parramatta, and Holroyd areas.

  • Sydney Central Courier

    Central Sydney's weekly newspaper distributed free of charge.

Regional newspapers in New South Wales

  • Advertiser (Cessnock)

  • Armidale Express

    Tri-weekly newspaper based in northern NSW's city Armidale. The newspaper distributed in Armidale, Uralla, Guyra and Walch.

  • Central Western Daily

    Regional daily newspaper based in Orange, New South Wales.

  • Liberal

    Distribution area of the newspaper includes Dubbo, Brewarrina, Coonamble, Bourke, Cobar, Narromine, Wellington, Gilgandra, and Walgett.

  • Newcastle Herald

    Tabloid format newspaper published daily in Newcastle, New South Wales.

  • Illawarra Mercury

    Daily newspaper based in Wollongong, in the State of New South Wales, Australia. Founded in 1855, Illawarra Mercury is one of Australia's oldest newspapers.

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Queensland

Brisbane newspapers

  • Brisbane Times

  • Courier-Mail

    Australia daily newspaper based in Brisbane. The newspaper was founded in 1933 and published by the Queensland Newspapers.

Regional newspapers in Queensland

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South Australia

Adelaide newspapers

  • Advertiser (AdelaideNow)

    Tabloid-format daily newspaper based in Adelaide, South Australia. The newspaper was founded in 1858 as South Australian Advertiser.

  • Independent Weekly

    South Australia's weekly newspaper owned by Solstice Media. The newspaper printed and circulated in South Australia's capital Adelaide.

  • Messenger Newspapers

    Publisher of over ten free weekly local newspapers covering Adelaide metropolitan area.

Regional newspapers in South Australia

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Tasmania

Hobart newspapers

  • Mercury

    Tasmanian daily newspaper was founded in 1854. The newspaper owned by APN News & Media.

Regional newspapers in Tasmania

  • Examiner (Launceston)

    Northern Tasmanian news and information source. The newspaper was first published in 1842 and owned by Fairfax Media Limited.

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Victoria

Melbourne newspapers

  • Age

    Daily newspaper published in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The newspaper was founded in 1854 and owned by Australia's leading media company Fairfax Media.

  • Herald Sun

    Daily tabloid format newspaper published in Southbank, Victoria, Australia. The newspaper was established in 1990 and published by The Herald and Weekly Times Ltd.

  • Melbourne Leader

Regional newspapers in Victoria

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Western Australia

Perth

  • West Australian

    Daily newspaper owned by West Australian Newspapers Limited.

  • Sunday Times

    Western Australia's Sunday newspaper based in Perth, WA, Australia.

  • POST Newspapers

    A group of community newspapers based in Shenton Park, Western Australia.

Regional newspapers in Western Australia

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Australian Capital Territory newspapers

  • Canberra Times

    Daily broadsheet format newspaper based in Australia's capital city Canberra. Its motto 'To serve the national city and through it the nation'. The newspaper featuring latest regional and national news, sports, weather, community, classifieds, jobs, real estate, cars, and more.

Northern Territory newspapers

Darwin newspapers

Regional newspapers in Northern Territory

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Multicultural and Ethnic newspapers in Australia

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See also
New Zealand newspapers


World newspapers and magazines