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Learn why advertising in Boomtown means business

Learn why advertising in Boomtown means business.

Population

A whopping 9.1 million live in Regional Australia and outside the capital cities, making Boomtown one of Australia’s largest and fastest growing markets.

(Source: ABS Regional Population ERP 2019 to 2020 | Released March 2021)

Retail

The Boomtown audience spends big in retail! Annually they spend $7.8 billion on clothing and footwear, $9.1 billion on household furnishings and equipment and $2.5 billion on hardware supplies.

(Source: Nielsen CMV National S05 2020)

Investment Opportunity

Despite 36% of the country living outside metro markets, only 10% of national media budgets are spent regionally. Meaning most brands could be reaching an extra 9.1 million Aussies by advertising in Boomtown.

(Source: ABS Regional Population ERP 2019 to 2020 | Released March 2021)

Average Income

The average household income of Boomtown residents aged 25–54 is $104K. Combined with a lower cost of living, that gives Boomtown residents more cash to splash.

(Source: Nielsen CMV National S05 2020)

Uncluttered Market

Boomtown’s growing population presents a tremendous opportunity for brands looking to cut through and achieve results in Boomtown’s uncrowded marketplace.

(Source: ABS: 3218.0 — Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2016-17. SMI CY19)

Weekly Shop

Annually the Boomtown audience spends, on average, over $364 more per year on groceries vs. their metro counterparts.

(Source: Nielsen CMV National S05 2020)

Discretionary Income

Due to lower housing costs, Boomtown residents have higher discretionary incomes. So, it’s little wonder why business is Booming in regional Australia.

(Source: Nielsen CMV National S05 2020)

Travel

Boomtown residents travel as often as metro dwellers, with 62% of 25–54-year olds planning to take a holiday within Australia in the next year – vs. 54% metro.

(Source: Nielsen CMV National S05 2020)

Employment

Despite perceptions, more than half of Boomtown residents aged 25-54 are employed in white collar jobs. Bet you weren’t expecting that!

(Source: Nielsen CMV National S05 2020)

Don’t miss any of the action.

The Boomtown News is the only industry roundup dedicated to Boomtown and the opportunities for brands to connect powerfully with an extra 9.1 million regional Australians.

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Boomtown News

Don’t miss any of the action. The Boomtown News is the only industry roundup dedicated to Boomtown and the opportunities for brands to harness 9.1 million extra Aussies.

Compelling insights, handy tools and resources along with the latest news – straight to your inbox.

Don’t miss any of the action.

The Boomtown News is the only industry roundup dedicated to Boomtown and the opportunities for brands to harness 9.1 million extra Aussies.

Compelling insights, handy tools and resources along with the latest news – straight to your inbox.