About The Senior

The Senior newspaper began in 1978 and has grown to be recognised as Australia’s leading newspaper tailored specifically for mature readers. Every month The Senior distributes 430,238 newspapers across the country.

Our CAB (Circulations Audit Board) verified monthly circulation figures are:

NSW – 133,314

Victoria – 101,500

Queensland – 73,141

Western Australia – 58,376

South Australia – 44,854

Tasmania – 19,053

The Senior Traveller liftout is inserted in all editions.

Our website www.thesenior.com.au allows us to give Australia’s seniors up to date news on issues that affect them, as well as travel options, lifestyle and retirement living news, health and finance.

Our fortnightly newsletters – Senior Traveller Extra and Health-e News – ensure subscribers get news about the latest travel deals and destinations, and are kept informed about the latest developments in the health field. Newsletter subscription is free click here

People wanting to join in the conversation can join us on Facebook and keep up to date with the latest seniors’ news and trends on Twitter.

Contact us:

(02) 4355-5000 

Toll free 1800-001-987

Email:

Editorial – edit@thesenior.com.au

Advertising – advertising@thesenior.com.au

Circulation – circulation@thesenior.com.au

Production – production.thesenior@fairfaxmedia.com.au

Recent Articles


Thursday, 21st September, 2017

Online resource sheds light on dementia

EVERY day 244 people are diagnosed with dementia.

To help shed light on this growing disease, University of Queensland academics have published an online resource, The Brain: Dementia.

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Thursday, 21st September, 2017

Teal touch for World Alzheimer's Day

ICONIC buildings around Australia's capital cities will be lit up in teal today to mark World Alzheimer's Day.

The day will throw a spotlight on dementia and in Canberra the…

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Thursday, 21st September, 2017

Top village managers honoured

TWO cousins and a retirement industry newcomer have been named top village managers in their state.

Cousins Anne Jack and Chiquita Walsh from Murray Gardens Retirement Village in NSW and…

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