Discovery Parks Says “G’DAY” With Launch Of New Lifestyle Mag

Discovery Parks Says “G’DAY” With Launch Of New Lifestyle Mag
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Aussie tourist holiday park operator Discovery Parks has announced the launch of its own lifestyle and holiday magazine.

Set for release next month, G’DAY will cover the best things about travelling, holidaying, camping, and caravanning around Australia.

The 80-plus page mag will feature photos, bite-sized stories and in-depth feature articles on a range of topics, including food, wine, innovation, business, invention, fashion, music, sport, the arts, festivals, DIY, craft, technology, travel, profiles, issues, events, history, and celebrities.

G’DAY  will be free for readers and have a print run of 122,000-plus copies per issue – almost half a million copies per year – and will be distributed through Discorvery’s 60-plus holiday parks right across Australia.

Dana Ronan, chief marketing officer at Discovery Parks, said: “G’DAY is going to give Australians a real insight into what makes holidaying in our country great.

“It will be informative, thoughtful, entertaining, telling great Australian stories with heart, intelligence and humour.

“People have a genuine love affair with magazines, and I am sure that G’DAY will be an essential read for every Australian traveller.”

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