Mortlake local newspapers
Local newspapers matching Mortlake
- Hamilton Spectator »
The Hamilton Spectator is a tri-weekly Australian newspaper that serves a diverse region which is home to some 34,000 people. (Ararat, Branxholme, Balmoral, Byaduk, Caramut, Casterton, Cavendish, Chetwynd, Coleraine, Condah, Dartmoor, Digby, Dunkeld, Edenhope, Glenthompson, Hamilton, Harrow, Hawkesdale, Heywood, Horsham, Koroit, Lake Bolac, Macarthur, Merino, Millicent, Mortlake, Mt. Gambier, Narrawong, Penshurst, Port Fairy, Portland, Stawell, Tyrendarra, Warrnambool, Westmere, Willaura, Winnap and Yambuk.)
- Inner-West Weekly (Ashbury, Ashfield, Birkenhead Point, Breakfast Point, Burwood, Burwood Heights, Cabarita, Canada Bay, Chiswick, Concord, Concord West, Croydon, Croydon Park, Dobroyd Point, Drummoyne, Enfield, Enfield South, Five Dock, Haberfield, Homebush, Homebush Bay, Homebush West, Liberty Grove, Lidcombe, Lidcombe North, Mortlake, Newington, North Strathfield, Rhodes, Rodd Point, Rookwood, Russell Lea, Strathfield, Strathfield South, Strathfield West, Summer Hill, Wareemba (Sydney))
- Mortlake Dispatch (Mortlake, Caramut, Ellerslie, The Sisters, Hexham, Woorndoo)
- Western District Farmer »
Distributed first week monthly as a supplement to South-Western Victoria’s major rural newspapers: (Camperdown Chronicle, Mortlake Dispatch, Terang Express, Cobden Times, Western Plains Advertiser (Skipton), Hamilton Spectator, Portland Observer, Pyrenees Advocate (Beaufort), and via Aust. Post Farmer Points to Warrnambool, Ararat, Colac, Ballarat, Winchelsea and Districts.)
Mortlake is a good midway stopping point when travelling Melbourne to Portland via the quiet way along the Hamilton and Hopkins Highways.
There is a great historic walk right in town, that takes visitors along a series of some 20 significant buildings dating back into the mid 1800's - and a good example of bluestone architecture. Mortlake lies at the base of Mount Shadwell, and is well known for its Olivine gem stones.