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The lovely, smooth, round letter “O” could...
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Hornsby Elects New Deputy Mayor
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Optimism, Opportunity, Organisation
Optimism, Opportunity, Organisation
The lovely, smooth, round letter “O” could be the perfect approach to 2024, push away all...
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Feb
Launches, Lunches and Love?
Launches, Lunches and Love?
Life is busy for the members of the Combined Probus Club of Cherrybrook. Fortunately, this February has...
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29
Feb
News From History Cottage : Monthly Meeting 2024
News From History Cottage : Monthly Meeting 2024
What a wonderful start to the Society’s 2024 year with 90 members and friends in attendance at the February...
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29
Feb
Hornsby Elects New Deputy Mayor
Hornsby Elects New Deputy Mayor
At the February General Meeting of Hornsby Shire Council, A Ward Councillor, Nathan Tilbury, was elected...
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29
Feb
Fuel Prices Week Ending 1st March 2024
Fuel Prices Week Ending 1st March 2024
Where to Buy the Cheapest Fuel Prices Week Ending 1st March 2024 Fuel Type: Unleaded 91 Petrol Station...
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29
Feb
Dural Scouts Summer Hike
Dural Scouts Summer Hike
During the Summer holidays some of the 1st Dural intrepid Scouts and Venturers undertook a series of...
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28
Feb
Rotary Club Of Kenthurst
Rotary Club Of Kenthurst
Burns Night A fabulous night of fun, frivolity and friendship was had on Friday 2nd February at our Burns...
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28
Feb
History of Galston's beloved Pool
History of Galston's beloved Pool
On Saturday 3rd February 2024 the Galston Aquatic Centre was reopened after a major refurbishment.  The...
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28
Feb
Inside/Out: Maide and Chris Welch Exhibition to Open 5 March
Inside/Out: Maide and Chris Welch Exhibition to Open 5 March
Art enthusiasts are invited to enjoy an exciting local exhibition presented by Hornsby Shire Council,...
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28
Feb
Nominate your Westfield Local Heroes!
Nominate your Westfield Local Heroes!
With nominations open until 18 March, the Westfield Local Heroes program celebrates the community’s positive...
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28
Feb

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The Dooral Roundup Is The Official Publication Of The Dural & District Business Chamber

The Dooral Roundup is a monthly magazine that has been operating for over 40 years. It is owned by the Dural & District Business Chamber.

The magazine employs a number of local people.  Lara van der Wall is our editor, Karen Taylor organises all our advertising sales, Diana Paton manages graphic design, printing and distribution and Jelvy Capalac manages our accounts.  We also employ two people to ride our postie bikes, Robert and Malcolm, who undertake our door to door deliveries.  We also have over 20 walkers who deliver the Dooral Roundup door to door around the residential areas of Cherrybrook and Glenhaven.

We are all passionate about our community, our residents, local groups and not for profits.  Some of our stories are written and sent in by community members, they report on their social groups, schools, churches, sports and other activities.  We have a real mix of topics covering all ages.

We print 12000 magazines each month with, on average, 48 pages. The majority of these are delivered directly to mailboxes of houses in Dural, Cherrybrook, Kenthurst, Annangrove & Glenhaven.  The remainder is delivered to local businesses and shopping centres in our locality and surrounding suburbs.  These include Galston, Glenorie, Knightsbridge, Kellyville, Castle Hill and Oakhill.  We also send out over 2,200 emails each month sharing the latest online edition with our subscriber list.

Our Facebook and Instagram pages have a growing reader base.  With over 1000 likes, our posts are shared across the community and it’s not unusual for our ‘reach’ across the community and beyond to rise to 2-3,000 people per month with a high level of engagement.

We are now a trusted source of news in the community.  Our magazine is supported by advertising from our local business community.  If you run a business locally, consider advertising with us.  Our rates are very competitive.  Our job is to inform, inspire and connect our community. We are here to help you.  The magazine has been published since 1986 and is much loved by our local community with many local contributors.

We are proud to support local businesses, our local not-for-profits, schools, churches and local volunteer organisations.  If you wish to send editorial content, please contact Lara van der Wall on her email  [email protected]

For advertising enquiries, please contact Karen Taylor on 0487 111 868 or email [email protected]