Letter Box Delivery... It Works!

Unaddressed Mail is not Junk Mail,
it is a Powerful Marketing Tool

Whether to consumers or business letterbox distribution is an effective source of new customers or prospects and definitely worth consideration

Advantages over other media...

  • Reach. Local, Statewide & National distribution network
  • Targeting. Geographical location or socio economic status or both!
  • Controlled Impact. Distribution every week
  • Results. Use coupons, special offers etc. to measure results

Advantages over other operators...

  • Locally owned & managed.since 1989
  • National network with individually contracted walkers
  • Supervisors check every area every week
  • Sophisticated electronic mapping with census integration
  • Quality design & print all formats

Online Locations Quote


Deadlines & Material Requirements

Business to Household
Business to Business

Distribution is carried out weekly over a two day period Tuesday & Wednesday!

Booking Deadline:
*12 Noon Monday week preceding distribution

Material Deadline:
All Locations - Delivered into appropriate local bulk store by 4.30 pm Wednesday week preceding distribution.
Store location will be advised on enquiry

Material Preparation:
All material must be rubber banded in suitable equal quantities (Max 500) and packed in cartons with a maximum weight of 10kg, marked with the total quantity & bundle size. Pallets must be shrink wrapped and marked with contents. Paperwork must reflect the total quantity, number of cartons/pallets and bundle size.

Catalogues should be cross strapped in equal quantities on pallets prepared as above.

Note: Material not properly prepared is quarantined and may result in delayed delivery.

Business to Business has a three week lead time.
Material is delivered by Australia Post with first class mail.

Booking Deadline:
Anytime

Material Deadline:
All Locations - Delivered into appropriate local bulk store as soon as possible after booking. Store location will be advised on enquiry

Material Preparation:
All material must be rubber banded in equal quantities of 100 and packed in cartons with a maximum weight of 10kg, marked with the total quantity & bundle size. Pallets must be shrink wrapped and marked with contents. Paperwork must reflect the total quantity, number of cartons/pallets and bundle size.

Catalogues should be cross strapped in equal quantities on pallets prepared as above.

Note: Material not properly prepared is quarantined and may result in delayed delivery.