Advertising Information

The Benefits

For some jobs and where it is appropriate and practical, we will announce your proposed visit to the river in case there are other residents who wish to utilise your services.

Captive Market

Our member database is made up of Berowra River Residents and nearby Visitors who have subscribed to our Newsletter.

Ideal for

local located businesses

Demographics

If you have goods or services that compliment the lifestyle of the river residents, then this is possibly an ideal opportunity for you.

Ideal for

home decor, delivery services, babysitting, health and exercise, computer related, car cleaning, property rental

River Locale

Anything to do with houses, we are interested. If you do repairs, maintenance, look at water and septic tanks, we are interested.

Ideal for

repairs, maintenance, plumbing, water tanks, septic tanks, builder, electrician, carpenter

Water Access

The majority of our residents only have water access, and so if you offer anything to do with boats, we would love to hear from you.

Ideal for

pontoon repairs, boat servicing, spare parts, boats for sale, homes for sale

Lets us Maximise your exposure

We will to mention your business in our Community Newsletter.

We will also publish an article from you (optional). It's for your potential customers, so communicate with them.

Ideally, your article should aim to either solve a problem for your customers or provide fresh insights into your business. Develop a reputation of being an expert in your field.

Berowra Waters Progress Association

The Cost

$20.00

April 1st to March 31st annually

We are a non-profit organisation and as such our primary objective is not to make money. We do however incur costs in having this website running, like the annual domain name fee, the monthly web hosting including updates and security monitoring. The website design and work is FREE.

Your payment goes directly to the BWPA Bank Account.

Banjo Patterson was born on the 17th of February 1864 at Narrambla near Orange, New South Wales. In 1885, Patterson began submitting and having his poetry published in the Sydney edition of The Bulletin under the pseudonym of “The Banjo”, the name of a favourite horse. Paterson’s more notable poems include “Waltzing Matilda”, “The Man from Snowy River” and “Clancy of the Overflow”.