Shining a light on the Irish in Queensland
Irish Queenslander has always showcased the exciting activities of the Irish community in Queensland.
Established in 2013 as a print magazine by Mary Allen, a former Irish Examiner and Irish Echo Australia writer, editor and graphic designer from Cork, the spirit of the publication lives on in the 2020s through social media, still shining a light on the social, charitable and sporting activities of the wonderful Irish community in Australia.
Mary is one of the well-known Allens from Cork City, known for their success in the GAA, as well as their long association with The Examiner office.
Mary also volunteers as Public Relations Officer for Queensland Irish Association and is responsible for publishing their newsletter, social media pages and updating their website.
What We Do
The Right Type provides media and marketing advice to start-up businesses, as well as editorial, social media and graphic design services.
Clients have included newspapers and magazines, a good and lifestyle website, engineering companies, childcare groups, educational institutions and medical institutions.
Queensland Irish Association Newsletter. Responsible for layout, editing, design, photography, and overseeing the delivery of the newsletter to members. Also all online social media and website promotion of both the newsletter and the Association itself.
Designing flyers, posters and other promotional material for businesses and organisations in Queensland on a freelance basis.
Clients have included pubs, clubs, shops, sporting groups and festivals.
Irish Queenslander in numbers
printed copies per edition
biggest post reach in 2020
cost – it’s all voluntary
Recent News Stories
- Frank Hurley remembered in Ireland and Australia on centenary of his deathCAPTAIN FRANK HURLEY (1891-1921) 3rd West Cork Brigade Irish Republican Army Submitted by his family On 9 May 2021, the…
- Isla’s poem about Irish hero Michael Collins goes viralA poem about Micheal Collins written by a 12-year-old Irish girl, Isla Corbett, who lives in Brisbane, has gone viral…
- Family appeals for help for car-crash victim SeánAn Irish family has launched an urgent appeal for funds towards the treatment of a Tipperary man who was left…