News.au is proud to present the very first Australian edition of our new award-winning series “Australian Birthday”.
In “Australian Days” we’ll reveal some of the best Australian cartoons and videos of the year, which we’re hoping to be the best ever.
A special thanks to our amazing Australian editorial team and editor, Sam Macfarlane, for their help with this special issue.
Read more about our Australian Birthday special.
Australian Birthday is a series of articles that explore the best animated, live-action, and interactive Australian shows and films of the past five years.
In the series, we’ll feature the most popular and critically acclaimed Australian cartoons of the last five years, the top animated and interactive TV shows of the next five years and the best and most influential Australian movies of the first five years of the 21st century.
The best Australian shows are featured in each issue, and we also feature some of our most popular animated series.
As we release the first issue, we will feature our favourite animated Australian films, which will include new releases by both the big names and small studios.
The first issue will feature some truly Australian cartoons, like the hilarious “Dogs and Cats”, the heartbreaking “Lords of the Night” and the hilarious, but heartbreaking “The One”, as well as some genuinely funny, well-crafted Australian series like “The Little Prince” and “Fruitvale Station”.
For the first time ever, we’re bringing our award-winning feature feature to an online audience.
The series is made possible thanks to your support.
We want to be able to bring you more content and feature, and so we’re excited to be making it available on a live platform in a way that lets you keep up with all the latest Australian animated, interactive and live-work.
What’s the first thing we’ll show you when you subscribe?
If you haven’t already, subscribe to our newsletter, and get the first 10 pages of our annual Australian Birthday issue delivered straight to your inbox.
We’ll also send you a link to our Facebook page for a chance to win a signed copy of our upcoming book, Australian Animation, by James S. Auld.
It will also be on your doorstep within a few weeks.
When do we launch?
Issue 1 will be out on July 24, and Issue 2 will be released on July 27.
The magazine will be available on our website on the first of August, with Issue 3 launching on August 1.
What if I have an issue of Australian Birthday that I don’t want?
If your Australian Birthday edition is already out there, we’ve made it easy for you to pick up your copy from our store.
Just log in to our website, go to our “View and Subscribe” section, and click on the “Subscribe” button.
You’ll be prompted to confirm your email address, which you can do at any time.
If you want to get your own issue, simply add the issue to your cart.
We will email you an address to get the print edition sent to your address.
We recommend that you sign up for our newsletter for all our best Australian content, and that’s how you’ll know you’re on the right track.
Why do I have to buy an issue?
Issue issues will be delivered to your email in two parts: firstly, a PDF of the full-colour issue will be sent to you as part of your subscription.
Secondly, an electronic version of the issue will come with a special digital code that you’ll need to download and print yourself, or sign up to receive the print version of Australian Day at the same time.
The full-color issue of “Australian Day” will be mailed out by courier, and you can sign up at the time of the publication.
You can also get an electronic copy of the print issue by clicking on the ‘Subscribe’ button at the top of the page.
What about prints?
We will send a print edition to your door, in full- colour and digitally, within the first week of the magazine’s release.
Prints are available in three different sizes: Standard (16 x 21 inches), Limited Edition (24 x 36 inches), and Premium Edition (38 x 50 inches).
If you don’t live in Australia, we also offer an international edition, which has a printed version of Australia’s national anthem and a special edition of the national flag.
If that sounds like a bit of a challenge, just log in and select “Prints”.
When do I get the digital edition?
Issue 3 will be a digital edition, coming to you soon.
The digital edition of “Australia Day” is available now.
The issue will also come with an extra print edition, and a digital copy of all our content.
The print edition will arrive to your doorstep on August 7.
What happens if I already subscribe to Australian Birthday?
You can get the issue of the same issue as a free gift.
If your subscription is already complete, you can opt to have