Echo Newspapers Demographics

Circulation 51,587*

 *AMAA (CAB) Audited circulation March 2020. 

 

The Echo (circulation 51,587) is distributed each Friday to the City of Swan and shires of Kalamunda and Mundaring. Bulk drops to Ellenbrook, Northam, York and Toodyay.

An extensive area with a range of property types from traditional suburban housing to more prestige homes and larger rural properties. Overall, there is a strong family focus.

The Echo is distributed to: Aveley, Bakers Hill, Baskerville, Bassendean, Beechboro, Bellevue, Bullsbrook, Caversham, Chidlow, Darlington, Eden Hill, Ellenbrook, Forrestfield, Gidgegannup, Glen Forrest, Gooseberry Hill, Greenmount,  Guildford, Hazelmere, Helena Valley, Henley Brook, Herne Hill, High Wycombe, Hovea, Jane Brook, Kalamunda, Koongamia, Lesmurdie, Mahogany Creek, Maida Vale, Middle Swan, Midland, Midvale, Millendon, Mt Helena, Mundaring, Northam, Parkerville, Red Hill, Sawyers Valley, South Guildford, Stoneville, Stratton, Swan View, Toodyay, Upper Swan, Viveash, Walliston, Wattle Grove, West Swan, Woodbridge, Wooroloo, Wundowie and York.

The area features:

  • New housing developments
  • Rural areas
  • High levels of dwellings owned or being purchased and little medium-high density housing
  • High proportion of younger children
  • Skilled vocational qualifications with residents less likely to work in the CBD
  • Older established suburbs eg: Guildford, Midvale and Midland.
  • The central Midland district is currently undergoing significant redevelopment aimed at revitalising the area.
  • A strong tourism focus – notably the Swan Valley wine making district and historical attractions.
  • Couples with dependent children (children aged 0-4 years and school aged children).
  • Baby boomers.
  • Continued growth in newer developments has seen an increase in the area’s affluent professional population.
  • Larger household sizes.
  • Well above average levels of home ownership (ie:own outright or purchasing) and there is little medium or high density housing.
  • People in the outer parts of the coverage area are less likely to work in the CBD.

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Suite 4,
9 The Avenue
Midland WA 6056

PO Box 317
Midland WA 6936

Office hours: Mon-Thur 9am-5pm.

For Trades & Services, classified ads, media releases or the Editor:
P: (08) 9374 6666
F: (08) 9250 4123
E: sales@echo-news.com

For Media Releases email:
E: editorial@echo-news.com

Group Advertising Manager (display advertising only):
P: (08) 9388 6887
F: (08) 9388 2258
E: Group Advertising Manager

Echo Newspapers online: www.echonewspaper.com.au