With over 3,000 online readers a week Kinglake Ranges News is the districts best-read online media outlet where the reporter who reports on Kinglake lives in Kinglake.
Other media outlets have cover prices, paywalls or 42 pages of advertising. Kinglake Ranges News is available free online with minimal advertising.
Kinglake Ranges News is the only Kinglake Ranges based online media outlet using only professional journalists, academics or student journalists who are members of the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance (MEAA), the International Federation of Journalists, Copyright Australia, International Consortium of Investigative Journalism (ICIJ) or the La Trobe University Student Union.
A competitor’s weekly print edition has been 72 pages – including 42 pages of advertising – restricting the space available for local news and photos more than any other local media outlet.
Kinglake Ranges News has Murrindindi Shire’s best sports coverage with video, interviews and more photos than any other media outlet.
Contributors include the Yea, Alexandra, Kinglake, Yarra Glen, Whittlesea, Powelltown, Hurstbridge, Greensborough, Eltham, Diamond Creek, Doreen, Laurimer, South Morang, Mernda and Thornton-Eildon football, netball and cricket clubs among other sporting groups and community organisations.
Kinglake Ranges News is the official local media outlet for Kinglake’s Jayco Herald-Sun Tour, ANZAC Day services, Ladies’ Day (Oaks Day), Kinglake Country Fair and Kinglake Cricket Club.
It’s official. Kinglake Ranges people trust Kinglake Ranges News for news more than any other media outlet.