Our Portfolio

Fairfax Media Limited operates and holds a portfolio of businesses across information, marketplace and entertainment assets. As a leading multi-platform media company in Australia and New Zealand, Fairfax Media engages audiences and communities via print media, digital media, radio stations, events and other businesses.

The list linked below provides an overview of Fairfax Media's portfolio, including joint ventures and minority investments:

Fairfax Media business groups include:

 

Domain Group

Fairfax Media has a 60% shareholding in Domain Holdings Australia Limited (ASX:DHG) - an ASX-listed real estate and technology services business focused on the Australian property market. 

The business offers residential and commercial property marketing services via listings portals on desktop and mobile, and via social media and print magazine.

Domain also provides media and lead-generation solutions for advertisers looking to promote their products and services to consumers. Domain creates property market content to engage consumers and support audience growth. 

In addition to operating residential and commercial real estate portals, Domain provides data and technology services to real estate agencies through customer relationship management (CRM) software, property data subscriptions and research, and property inspection management tools.

Through a series of investments in recent years, Domain has expanded its offerings to include other transactional services available to  consumers at different points in the property lifecycle. This includes home loan brokerage, residential and commercial utilities product comparison and connection, and home improvement and local trade services.

Domain reaches a monthly audience of approximately five million people across online and print.

The customer base of the business is diverse, including residential and commercial real estate agencies and professionals, property developers, financial services companies, retailers, utilities companies, media, government and consumers.

> Visit the Domain Group Website


Australian Metro Media

Australian Metro Media includes metropolitan newspapers, digital media, transactions and events. 

Australian Metro Publishing (AMP) assets include The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The Australian Financial Review, BrisbaneTimes.com.au and WAToday.com.au. Combined, the publishing platform has a national audience of over six million people.

Lifestyle brands and publications include Good Food, Essential Baby, Essential Kids and Traveller. Transactional businesses include Find a Babysitter and a 50% interest in 112 Pty Ltd, an automotive joint venture which operates the Drive.com.au business.

Fairfax Media also hold a portfolio of early and growth stage digital-focused businesses. The portfolio includes investments in digital publishing (Allure Media, Over60 and Kin Community), online dating (RSVP Oasis), weather services (Weatherzone), e-health (Healthshare), online education (Skoolbo) and employment (Adzuna).

Fairfax Events and Entertainment has over four decades of experience delivering mass participation experiences across Australia, with significant social and economic impacts to local communities.  Fairfax Events and Entertainment consists of lifestyle-oriented experiences focused on sports, food and wine, business, parenting and the arts.

> Visit Fairfax's Australian Metro Publishing AdCentre

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> Visit Fairfax Events and Entertainment Website

 

Australian Community Media

Australian Community Media (ACM) is a leading rural, regional and agricultural newspaper and digital media business reaching more than five million people per month. ACM’s more than 160 regional publications and community-based websites include The Canberra Times, Newcastle Herald, The Examiner, The Border Mail, The Courier and Illawarra Mercury along with approximately 130 community-based websites. ACM’s portfolio of agricultural publications includes The Land, Queensland Country Life, and Stock and Land.

Events run by ACM’s Fairfax Rural Events team include AgQuip and CRT Farmfest Field Days.

> Visit Fairfax's ACM AdCentre


Stuff

Stuff (formerly Fairfax Media New Zealand) is an innovative, integrated multi-media business with a range of brands across multiple platforms including newspapers, magazines, events, websites stuff.co.nz and neighbourly.co.nz and mobile. Stuff reaches approximately 3.5 million New Zealanders every month (approximately 88% of the country’s population) via its digital and print brands.

Stuff’s primary online offering stuff.co.nz is a leading digital destination, ranked as the #1 domestic website in New Zealand by audience. The publishing business includes The Dominion Post, The Press and The Sunday Star-Times in a portfolio of regional and community newspapers, magazines and agricultural publications. Stuff also holds a 100% shareholding in Neighbourly Limited, which operates the hyper-local social network neighbourly.co.nz, reaching 470,000 members, and a 51% shareholding in NZ Fibre Communications Limited, which operates the internet service provider stuff-fibre.co.nz. In addition, Stuff is a joint venture partner in the Kiwi Premium Advertising Exchange (KPEX), a programmatic ad exchange to buy advertising across NZ premium publishers.

> Visit Stuff's AdCentre


Stan

Fairfax Media holds a 50% interest in subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) platform Stan, a joint venture with Nine Entertainment Co. Since launching in 2015, Stan has grown to have more than 750,000 active subscribers and has engaged in exclusive content distribution partnerships with local and international content providers.

> Visit Stan.com.au 

 

Macquarie Media Limited

Following the 2015 merger between Fairfax Radio Network and Macquarie Radio Network, Fairfax Media holds a 54.5% shareholding in the ASX-listed Macquarie Media Limited (ASX:MRN), which operates the #1 rated commercial radio station in Sydney (2GB) and Melbourne (3AW) as well as other news, talk and sports radio stations across Australia.

Macquarie Media Limited operates a nationwide network of stations comprising 3AW and Talking Lifestyle 1278 in Melbourne; 2GB and Talking Lifestyle 954 in Sydney; 4BC and Talking Lifestyle 882 in Brisbane; and 6PR in Perth.

> Visit Macquarie Media's Website

 

Corporate

Fairfax Media's corporate functions and services includes Finance, IT, Legal, HR and Strategy.









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