The Central Coast Voice is a monthly coffee table publication circulated free to 20,000+ readers in the Central Coast Region and Online.
Robert and Shelley Laing invite you to join us as locals working with locals to build strong local economy and community connectedness.
Our Vision for this publication is that the businesses and residents of the Central Coast region thrive and prosper in a mutually supportive environment. In establishing The Central Coast Voice as a community vehicle to achieve this vision, our mission is to a provide a valued voice for businesses, local organisations, groups and clubs, and the residents of the Central Coast region to share their contributions to a thriving community; and a place to share local news.
Local businesses can continue to be found easily through the Voice and new residents settling in to their new community can find out what is happening in their new home town, what services and support are available and which interest groups they can join, making them feel welcome and at home. The advertisements are low-cost compared with many other mediums and, better still, sits on residents’ coffee tables for the month until the next edition arrives.
The Central Coast Voice is about you and our community. The Voice aims to reach out to everyone and provide a medium where we can celebrate all that is great about our region. It is about working together in getting the information and news out there and promoting the beauty and uniqueness of the Central Coast.
The Central Coast Voice has grown significantly since its first edition in October 2015 as advertisers have supported the publication. Advertisers are happy with the business generated by their advertisements, and members of the community continue to make encouraging comments such as: “What a great little publication, badly needed in the Central Coast area”
“I am a new resident to Penguin & have just finished reading (cover to cover) the first edition of Central Coast Voice. Thank you for this wonderful & informative guide that is perfect for a newcomer like me.”
“I have lived in Ulverstone for several years and didn’t know about the miniature railway”
“What a wonderful resource for local services.”
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