We welcome Local Government in Knox to work with us and KNOX.CITY in promoting Australian Business and Tourism. The Australian Regional Network gives Community and Business Leaders Login access to Australian owned web advertising, listing and broadcast services with the power of over 1000 united Australian geographic web sites and is not the local Council or Government! For access to local government services in Knox please visit
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Dear Australian Local Government
KNOX.CITY and The Australian Regional Network gives Knox Local Residents, Community Leaders and Business Managers the ability to publish Articles, Events, Commercial and Community Listings into Australia's largest Australian family owned network of Town, City and Region focused Web Sites. Easy to use, membership based, with strong representation in all significant Australian States, Cities and Towns through member generated Content, Maps, Video, Images and Search Engine Optimised publishing and Social Media sharing tools our 1400+ active web sites (More than one thousand) work in hand with all the good Search and Social Media Giants our goal is to bring more Business and Visitors to real Australians for incredible value and without the Pay Pay Pay per click and originating from a local service that keeps the Advertising Dollar within our Economy
The theme of our Network is "Tell your Business and Community story to your Town". We are a NEIS Stage 2 startup business and approved by the Emergency Services Deputy Commissioner to provide Triple Zero information. We welcome all levels of Government departments to work with us as we develop this great resource for the benefit of Australian Tourism and Community.
As we grow this service we will channel some efforts into developing the Local, State, Federal Government and Emergency Services User Levels and Government Directories and we would like to invite you to help us improve and discover ways we can work for you.
The Australian Regional Network Development Team
If you have any suggestions in how Local, State or Federal Government could work with or assist us Please contact us