Southerly Magazine is a digital and print publication dedicated to Western Australia’s South Coast and Great Southern.

 

What’s in it?

Quality feature articles about people, places, food and wine producers, recipes, travel, lifestyle, art, books, design, homewares, history, property, building, architecture, local attractions, music, theatre, cinema and much more.


Where do I find it?

Southerly Magazine is distributed free across the Great Southern. In Albany, find a copy at Albany Visitors Centre, Clarks Newsagency, Paperbark, Dog Rock News, Spencer Park News, Front Page News at North Road, IGA York Street, Spencer Park IGA, Puma Mt Melville, Oyster Harbour Store, Lower King Store, McKail’s, Six Degrees, Wilson Brewing, Rats Bar and cafes such as Alkaline, Fredericks, Solomon Merchants, Espresso One, Jaffa Java, Cosi’s, Dylans, Gourmandise & Co, Kate’s Place, The Store, Vancouver Street, Naked Bean, Bay Merchants, Emu Point, Teede & Co, Dome and Haz Beanz. There are also copies at all of the city’s major motels and caravan parks. In Denmark, find a copy at Denmark Visitors Centre, Morrison’s News and Boston Brewing plus cafes such as Bibbulmun, Mrs Jones, Ravens and Denmark Gelato Co. In Mt Barker, have a look in Mt Barker Visitors Centre, Mt Barker Newsagency, Co-Op Cafe and The Grocery Store.


 Who owns it?

Southerly Magazine is owned and operated by Wayne Harrington.

Wayne was born and raised in the Great Southern, hailing from a well-known farming family in Darkan.

His background is in journalism and he has more than 30 years of experience in writing, designing and managing newspapers, magazines and electronic media.

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