New magazines showcase the best of the Moreton Bay Region
Published 11:00am 10 March 2023
We’re proud to launch our localised editions of Moreton Life – a vibrant magazine celebrating the best of the Moreton Bay Region.
Packed with inspiring stories, and showcasing the best places to eat, major events and destinations to explore, Moreton Life offers an insight into everything the region has to offer.
With six editions published each season, Moreton Life captures the unique precincts that make up the Moreton Bay Region.
From The Hills and Hinterland, Pine Rivers and Caboolture to North Lakes, the Redcliffe Bayside and Bribie Island, Moreton Life takes you on a journey of discovery and introduces you to the inspiring people who help our region thrive.
Free to read
Twenty thousand copies of each precinct edition will be distributed each season to locations including Visitor Information Centres, tourism operators, newsagencies, shopping centres and local businesses. You can also read the magazines online here.
Moreton Life is published by Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism (MBRIT) so locals and visitors alike can discover the best of what the region has to offer.
The magazines complement the region’s free online news outlet Moreton Daily, which provides local news from across the Moreton Bay Region every day at moretondaily.com.au.
The team behind Moreton Life is passionate about connecting with the community, celebrating community heroes and shining a light on what makes this region a special place.
The editorial team is comprised of experienced journalists Ashleigh Howarth, Kylie Knight, Nick Crockford and editor Jodie Powell. They’re supported by MBRIT CEO Shane Newcombe, advertising specialist Lyndsay Lawler, chief operating officer Ethan Schilling, designers Lubica Urbanska and Anika Julie and photographer Dominika Lis.
For more information about advertising in Moreton Life email [email protected] or phone 0448 551 069.
To contact the editorial team, email [email protected] or phone 0401 377 140.
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