Terang local newspapers
Local newspapers matching Terang
- Colac & Corangamite Extra (Camperdown, Timboon, Simpson, Cobden, Garvoc, Derrinallum, Warrnambool, Lavers Hill, Port Campbell, Lismore, Princetown, Peterborough, Panmure, Terang and surrounding rural communities.)
- 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.)
Established c1840 Terang is a rural centre of approx 2500 people located 216 km west of Melbourne.
Terang is a quiet tidy town along the Princes Highway not far from Warrnambool and the Great Ocean Road. The former Co-op is now a well patronised IGA supermarket adjacent the Post Office with its clock tower. The former State Electricity Commission building now houses an excellent Bakery for the passing traveler - highly recommended. Throughout the town, you'll find continuing reminders of key family named businesses, representative of the long standing close-knit fine community that is: Terang.