The Annual RYCV ' Royals' Yearbook is a full colour, high-end glossy magazine, with articles and stories about the Club, its members and events of the past year. It showcases the experiences and achievements.
It's published ever year around October. Contributions from our members are strongly encouraged and should be submitted by July of the same year to be included. Articles can range anywhere between 600-1000 words in length and should include a few good quality images. You can fill out our form or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advertise With Us
The Yearbook offers great full and half page opportunity to advertise your business, with copies being sent out directly to all of our members and seen by visitors of the Club. Contact the office to find out more and enquire about advertising rates.
This certain publication will be part of the lead up to our World Cadet Championships in 2020. It will be circulated amongst some high profile potential national sponsors.
The Year Book captures the events and moments that occur over the past year. Members love it and is widely distributed to friends, partners, reciprocal clubs, family and guests throughout the year.
Digital Version available at:
To approx. 750+ members, 30 local and international reciprocal clubs and 10 key stake holders. Copies will be available throughout the year from our clubhouse for visitors and guests to take.
Description Dimensions Cost (inc GST)
Full page: 21x 29.5cm $750.00
Rear cover Full page: 21x 29.5cm $870.00
Inner Rear Full Page 21x 29.5cm $680.00
Half page 21x 15cm $400.00
Advertising and Editorial Copy by 10 July 2019
Art & Technical Information:
Art should be supplied as print quality PDF, Photoshop, Illustrator or High Res JPEG
Editor - Amelia Martin
03 8383 1977
2017/18 Edition Available Now
The digital version is available below. Those members that requested a hard copy be mailed out to you will receive it in the post very soon. If you requested to collect your hard copy from the office, you may do so from now onwards (3 September 2018)