The NGAA has reached millions of Australians through both traditional and social media.
The team and its spokespeople in each state are where media go to for comment and opinion pieces on the challenges in outer suburbs, including rapid growth, infrastructure backlog and issues relating to skills and jobs.
We are regularly featured in stories including those reacting to budgetary and infrastructure initiatives.
Our social media presence is strong and growing, with thousands of engagements through our Facebook and Twitter profiles.
Recent wins – Fund our Future:
Our Fund our Future campaign generated more than 200 stories in traditional media in the lead up to the 2016 election.
Of these stories, there were millions of possible views. In the first 24 hours alone, the Fund our Future campaign reached up to 4.1 million people, including stories in Sydney’s Sunday Telegraph, on Nine and Seven News Sunday night bulletins and the ABC’s flagship news and current affairs program, AM.
Our flagship campaign event, National Nightmare Commute Day, reached an audience of almost 13 million people through editorial copy and some advertising on Triple M. That is in addition to the thousands of engagements on social media: the hashtag #nightmarecommute trended on Twitter and there were spontaneously generated memes as a result.
We have reached more than 100 thousand people through Facebook and a similar number of impressions on Twitter.
Find more media releases, coverage and our social media channels below.