Soul is a lifestyle magazine specifically tailored for Sunshine Coast made for women by women which promotes healthy bodies, healthy minds and healthy spirits.
It’s a free premium quarterly 48-page publication which focuses on fashion, clean eating, the arts, sex & intimacy and physical fitness.
Soul only aligns itself with brands and business who will benefit its readers and share the same vision for a better world for women.
Soul is different from other magazines on the Sunshine Coast as we favour advertorials over generic advertisements, which helps create a cleaner magazine for our audience and ensures our readers have maximum engagement with our advertisers’ message.
Bowls Plus Magazine
Each issue is filled with exciting bowling news, health information, fun quizzes and competitions, travel and some great pensioner discount opportunities which makes it a much loved read at the bowls club.
Bowls Plus encourages submissions from local bowling clubs, club news, humorous anecdotes and photos.
We are not restricted by a governing body and do not receive association fees.
The magazine is kept free of charge by advertisers who support us and our vision for lawn bowling in Australia.
Bowls Plus goes out to clubs across NSW, SA & ACT, the magazine itself is an A4 Size, full-colour 32-page glossy magazine which is free of charge and distributed bi-monthly.
You can gain access to Australia’s largest area of self-funded retirees with our specialist distribution channels.
Queensland Bowler Magazine
The Bowler magazine is one of Queensland’s premier free community magazine which is distributed in every single bowls club in Queensland from South Tweed, Tenterfield and Twin Towns Bowls Club just below the border all the way up to Thursday Island Bowls Club in the North.
Since the first issue in 1977, the Bowler has reported on all the latest bowls news and views from Queensland and beyond.
The Bowler is the official publication from Bowls Queensland, the lawn bowls governing body in Queensland.
The glossy magazine includes feature stories, player and club profiles, reader submissions, and regular columns which cover diverse subjects such as coaching, development, law and umpiring. It’s a must-read for more than 50,000 bowling fans across the state.