The Western Weekender offers a range of advertising solutions for your business, no matter what its size. We are the local business experts – because we’re one ourselves.

From print advertising solutions through to digital options, talk to our team at the Weekender today for a personalised, dedicated and results-driven campaign for your business.

For the past 25 years, the Weekender has worked to create effective, successful advertising campaigns for our clients. We are proud to be the local area’s print media leaders.

With a fully audited distribution of 59,133 copies per week – the largest in the Penrith LGA – and a strong readership that spans generations, the Weekender is the perfect choice for your local advertising.

Phone us today on 4722 2998, email sales@westernweekender.com.au or pop in and see us at Suite 2, 42-44 Abel Street, Jamisontown.

PRDnationwide Penrith had the choice of three local papers from which to choose the best fit for the image and service our clients demanded. A number of factors were considered including circulation, quality of local content and connection with the local community and most importantly an innovative approach that had flexibility to adapt when we had a promotion or idea that was unique to our market place. We chose the Western Weekender as it met all of our criteria and had the vision to think outside the square and listen to their client’s needs. In my opinion it is by far the best local paper I have seen with a strong local flavour.

Darren Latty
PRDnationwide Penrith
We have achieved excellent results through our marketing endeavours in the Western Weekender over the past five years. The quality and customer service this group provides is always of a very high standard, something we all strive for in business. This quality and service allows us to deliver a professional message to our customer base in the trade area of Penrith and surrounds. We have now grown into a strong retailer precinct with an excellent offer to our customer base, thanks in part to the great contribution of the Western Weekender and it’s staff.

Kevin James
Penrith Homemaker Centre