The Rural, Regional, Remote Women’s Network of WA (RRR Network) is WA’s pre-eminent communication network for inspiring and connecting regional women; championing their role in our communities and advocating on their behalf.
The RRR Network Magazine has a 21-year history in WA and is much loved by subscribers. The RRR Network previously operated as a WA State government advisory body, and was unable to accept advertising in the past. Iin 2017 the RRR network transitioned into a new, independent, incorporated body and, due to overwhelming demand, will re-launch the RRR Network Magazine in March 2018.
The RRR Network Magazine has always been produced to provide insights and information on multiple levels. Now, for the first-time selected partners can promote their products and services while reaching out to the reader on a more personal level, sharing community news from around the state and lifestyle editorials for their interest and enjoyment.
Integrating advertising with a clean and creatively designed magazine will provide a platform to reach into the homes, businesses and hands of the rural women of Western Australia and their families.
The RRR network publishes articles from right across the state. We actively seek submissions that provide valuable and interesting information for rural, remote and regional women.
Our articles cover topics such as: women’s health, business and enterprise; leadership; primary production; community building; environment; education and training; family; opportunity; and just about any topic that’s of interest to non-metropolitan women.
Editorial submissions are always welcome and published at the discretion of our Board of Management; made up of diverse range WA regional women from all walks of life.
Information for Advertisers
The RRR Network Magazine is a quarterly publication released each March, June, September and December. We self- publish and, as a not for profit entity, keep our adverting rates as low as possible to support both small business, and the larger service providers that help our regional towns and cities flourish.
10,000 copies of the RRR Network magazine are printed each quarter. They are distributed to almost 6,000 individual women and households in rural and regional WA. In addition, multiple copies are provided to Community Resources Centres, local businesses and other like-mined groups for on-the-ground distribution in regional areas and remote towns.
Copies of the magazine are also distributed at major events and conferences, including the WA Rural Women’s Award, the Partners in Grain INSPIRE Summit and large regional field days and shows.
The Fine Print
Printed on FSC recycled, Opal HD matt paper stock the publication printed in full colour with plant based inks.