About Us

Online Indian News Magazine In Australia

G’Day India – is a free vibrant and full colour monthly publication for dynamic Australian-Indian audience for Indian news.

Born out of a dream and a vision, G’day India is a fast growing media group based in Melbourne, Australia. It is the initiative of a young-minded yet experienced team, who come from all walks of life and fully understand the Indian and Australian way of living.

Published monthly by a group of fun-loving and enthusiastic writers, photographers, film makers, editors and contributors, G’day India covers everything from Breaking Indian news to Bollywood. Our extensive print media focus covers every aspect affecting the Indian community, including the latest sporting news, interactive youth sections including advice columns, fashion, hot topics and more and an extensive health and natural medicines section, keeping you updated on alternative medicines and therapeutic solutions to every health problem, every month. Horoscopes, business news, store directories and upcoming events are also all part of the G’day India Magazine package.

G’day India also features the latest news online from Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide and the whole of Australia – including India and around the world. The Indian community print magazine in published in full colour; to ensure none of our creative goodness is lost before it reaches our readers!

Here at G’day India, the most-popular Indian news magazine in Australia, we have a love for quality journalism, fun and excitement, passion and a happy-go-lucky attitude. We value community, a fair-go-for-all, and most of all, the spirit of harmony and peace. Ideals that are common to our ever-growing pool of readers.

As the Indian diaspora grows in Australia, G’day India seeks to covers their needs, their joys, their sorrows, and shares with them their laughter and tears. Our mission statement is to bring forth cultural harmony between the Indian and Australian community, by being the ideal medium for the expression of their every achievement or tragedy.

G’day India Community Magazine can be picked up free from most Australian-Indian grocery stores and select IGA stores and 7elevens around Melbourne and in select other cities.


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