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The largest newspaper in Australia is the Herald Sun, published in Victoria by the Herald and Weekly Times, a News Corp property. It is a tabloid with a circulation of over half a million. The second largest is the tabloid Daily Telegraph of New South Wales, published by Mirror Australia Telegraph Publications, also a News Corp holding. Its average circulation is 412,000. The Sydney Morning Herald of New South Wales, published by John Fairfax Publications, is the third largest newspaper. It is a broadsheet with a circulation of 223,000. The fourth largest is Courier Mail of Queensland, published
by Queensland Newspapers, a News Corp property. It is a broadsheet with a circulation of 212,000. The tabloid West Australia , located in Western Australia, is the fifth largest newspaper. It is published by West Australian Newspapers and has a circulation of 206,000. The sixth largest is The Advertiser , located in South Australia, and published Advertiser Newspapers, a News Corp property. It is a tabloid and the average circulation is 200,000. The broadsheet The Age , of Victoria, is the seventh largest newspaper. Published by John Fairfax Publications, its circulation is 191,000. The eighth largest is The Australian, published by Mirror Australia Telegraph Publications, a News Corp holding. It is a broadsheet, and circulation averages 133,000. The ninth largest newspaper is the Australian Financial Review , published by John Fairfax Publications. It is a tabloid and average circulation is 193,000. The tabloid The Mercury , of Tasmania, published by Davies Bros., a News Corp property, is Australia’s tenth largest newspaper. It has a circulation of 49,000.