The Best Print The Peninsula Has To Offer
Do you live on the Mornington Peninsula? Chances are you’re accustomed to seeing a wide range of local magazines in your favourite coffee shop or newsagency, as the print industry still flourishes in the area. From wedding magazines, to parenting magazines, you can find a magazine in every niche on the Peninsula. Whatever you’re looking for, the Peninsula certainly has it.
Print is certainly not dead on the Mornington Peninsula, with many fantastic print publications to choose from down here. We’ve put together our top 5 picks of Mornington Peninsula based magazines to get your hands on. And to add to the awesome – all these magazines are free for Mornington Peninsula residents!
Ready to pick up your new latest favourite magazine? Check out the below five online or find a stockist near you. Not on the Mornington Peninsula? You can still find these great magazines near you too. Read on and find your next read!
What would a list of the best Mornington Peninsula magazines be without our very own Girl Boss Mag? A magazine dedicated solely to women in business, this Mornington Peninsula born and bred magazine offers residents and businesses alike the chance to pick up this magazine for free. With interviews from local business-women, budget friendly advertising solutions and articles and information from the best in the industry, our little magazine has become a big hit in the past two years.
Whilst our magazine has travelled far across Australia (and more recently New Zealand and the US!), we still honour our Mornington Peninsula roots and love supporting local. Mornington Peninsula has the highest amount of women business owners than any other regional town, so we love to celebrate them and all the incredible talent we have down here!
If you are on the Mornington Peninsula you can grab your free copy of Girl Boss Mag from one of our amazing stockists here.
If you’re a parent on the Mornington Peninsula, chances are you might have seen this local favourite magazine in the library, at your local playgroup, childcare centre or playcentre. Peninsula Kids offers some great advice for parents in their print publication, as well as their website and social media blogs.
Each quarterly magazine provides parents with articles of assistance, from local mortgage brokers Violeta Finance providing financial tips, to positive parenting tips from local parenting experts. Local bloggers, interviews with favourite children’s entertainers, recipes, kids party ideas and more can be found in these pages. You can also find great content for kids in here, such as colouring pages and competitions to keep the little ones entertained.
Peninsula Kids can be found at many stockists, or read online. You can even subscribe to the online edition, getting it for free in your inbox every quarter. Get your copy here.
Possibly the most infamous magazine on this list, the monthly Mornington Peninsula Magazine has being going strong for 20 years now – and with no signs of slowing. The Mornington Peninsula Magazine has a range of articles, interviews and news about the Peninsula, and is a trusted source for businesses and residents alike to spread awareness of events, and new places to check out in the forever-growing neighbourhoods.
The bite-sized magazine sees interviews with local business owners, and bigger talents that love to explore the area too. Every month the best of the Mornington Peninsula comes to life, being delivered all down the bay, meaning everyone has the chance to see the pages within.
Mornington Peninsula Magazine is found in a huge list of stockists in the area, but also provides a home delivery option for a fee too. Whether you want to read online or in print, the choice can be yours. Find out more here, or find a stockist to pick up your free copy of the magazine.
Peninsula Essence is a magazine dedicated to providing articles, giveaways, and more to those visiting and living on the Mornington Peninsula. Spreading across the bay and beyond, this magazine has grown in momentum in the past few years, seeing it gaining a great stockist list and becoming a staple in the local print publication scene.
Every quarter, 30,000 copies of the magazine are sent out across the bay, from Frankston all the way down to Portsea. The issues range in topics, from interviews with prominent locals, informative articles, amazing captures of photography that show off the Peninsula, and plenty more.
This Mornington Peninsula lifestyle and tourist magazine is a great addition to the free magazine market, and you can pick up your own copy at a stockist or read for free online here.
Are you a bride or groom on the Mornington Peninsula? You’ll definitely want to know all about this next local magazine. Packed to the brim with all local suppliers, brands and businesses that cater to every part of your wedding, TOAST magazine offers a master guide of everything you could possibly need to planning your wedding on the Peninsula.
Providing information and assistance to their readers is one tier of this cake, however. With an active blog, website and social media presence, and an online directory of all the best local vendors, this is really a great one stop shop for all your wedding needs.
TOAST magazine can be found online, in print at a variety of stockists, and at many local wedding expos, open days and more in the area. TOAST also teams up with Bridal Expos Australia, so every bride that enters the doors for the Mornington Bridal Expo get their own copy of the magazine.
Find out more about the magazine and expos here.
As you can see, there is no shortage of great content here on the Mornington Peninsula. There is something for everyone, including our wide range of amazing magazines made just for our residents. It’s no secret we like to show off the beauty of the bay, and these magazines truly do capture it.
If you’re a businesswoman on the Mornington Peninsula, you can’t go past the local favourite Girl Boss Mag (ok, we're a little biased - but I promise you'll love it!) Our magazine is enjoyed by Peninsula residents for free, so there's no excuse to get your hands on a copy!
Looking for more fantastic magazines on the Mornington Peninsula? A few other great free magazines to feast your eyes on can be found here.