Channel 7 opened in Perth in 1959 and since 2007 has been the highest rated television network in Australia. Channel 7 has become a major contributor to the cultural and entertainment life of Western Australia, and is regarded by the community as the leading television station in WA. Channel 7 fulfils an important role in charitable and community matters and actively promotes, supports and encourages charitable and community service organisations. Channel 7 organises popular public events such as Telethon – a 24 hour fundraising program with local and interstate guests and the annual Christmas Pageant which is held through the streets of Perth with thousands of spectators lining the streets for the best view to watch the spectacular parade of floats.
The West Australian is the only locally edited daily newspaper published in Perth. Published in tabloid format, The West Australian is the second-oldest continuously produced newspaper in Australia, having been published since 1833. As a company, The West Australian is committed to servicing the state and providing support to a number of business, arts and entertainment, sport and community organisations. The West Australian Newspaper in tandem with Seven Perth and The Sunday Times, provides Celebrate WA with exceptional coverage of all events within the WA Day program.
The Sunday Times is more than just a newspaper; it is a cultural ritual well-guarded by West Australians. The Sunday Times keeps our readers in touch with what’s happening in news, sport, fashion, entertainment, health, lifestyle and much more. The Sunday Times is a proud supporter of WA Day, a day the WA community can come together to celebrate our great state.