Echo extends reach to Exmouth

The team at Pilbara Echo are pleased to announce that our regional newspaper will now be distributed every week to Exmouth.

The decision was made this week after an agreement between Pilbara Echo and the Exmouth Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Originally only being distributed as far south as Onslow, Pilbara Echo manager Alan Richardson believes that Exmouth is a thriving area with a lot of news to share.

“After spending several years on plantations in Carnarvon, some of my best memories are of weekends in Exmouth and the Ningaloo coast,” he said.

“The welcome we have had from the Exmouth Chamber of Commerce and local businesses has been very positive.

“I really am excited about this opportunity.

“Exmouth and the Ningaloo Coast are definite hotspots to watch over the next few months and years.”

In a recent feature article published in the Pilbara Echo, Graphic Designer Susanne Braithwaite gave a colourful description of Exmouth and its many attractions.

“I was charmed by this friendly town and soon discovered there’s so many more reasons to venture to Exmouth: Cape Range National Park, picture-postcard Turquoise Bay, boutique shopping, resort accommodation and quality dining – it’s the perfect place to relax and take a break,” Susanne wrote.

Pilbara Echo is a contributor-based newspaper, so we accept all types of articles, leads and photos submitted by the public.

“We have a genuine interest in small business, a family history in WA tourism and a belief that the best parts of our community should be put on show and discussed,” Alan said.

“I am looking forward to meeting you all over the coming months and becoming a positive part of the community.”

 

If anyone in the Exmouth community is interested in publishing details of an upcoming event, sporting club, local business or even a local hero, contact:

News: Courtney Bertling by emailing news@pilbaraecho.com.au.

Ads: Mel Jonsson by emailing mel@pilbaraecho.com.au.

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