Celebrating 60 Years in Australia
From its humble beginnings in 1946, Penguin Australia has become the largest and most successful publisher in the country. Synonymous with good quality books and literature, today Penguin is home to some of Australia's bestselling and award-winning writers and illustrators.
From its humble beginnings in 1946, Penguin Australia has become the largest and most successful publisher in the country.
Penguin Australia’s broad, vibrant and successful local publishing programme started in 1963 with Randolph Stow’s To the Islands. Today Penguin is home to some of Australia’s bestselling and award-winning writers and illustrators: Maggie Alderson, Stephanie Alexander, Pamela Allen, Graeme Base, Geoffrey Blainey, Isobelle Carmody, Kaz Cooke, Bryce Courtenay, Robert Drewe, Nick Earls, Mem Fox, Morris Gleitzman, Sonya Hartnett, Ian Irvine, Paul Jennings, Kylie Kwong, Michael Leunig, Melina Marchetta, Monica McInerney and Rachael Treasure are household names and exemplify the diversity of our list. A dedicated team of talented individuals work across the business to publish, market, sell and distribute our books and to give us our market leading position.
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We are giving one lucky reader the chance to win a very special prize in a unique consumer competition.
To enter readers simply need to purchase any six Penguin branded books between 6 March and 25 August 2006, download an entry form from www.penguin.com.au/60, attached original proof of purchase and send to Penguin head office.
Major prize: Book pack, containing 60 Penguin books valued at $1500rrp plus the chance to win a Smartcar valued at $34 000 or a cash prize of $2 000. The prize winner will be flown to Penguin head office in Camberwell to take part in the draw where they have a one in sixty chance of winning the Smartcar or cash prize.
Runners up prizes: 60 Penguin book packs valued at $1500 rrp.