THE Dungog Chronicle is putting together the annual phone book - and we need your help.
The 2021-2022 Dungog and District Local Telephone Directory and Community Information Booklet is proudly produced by Australian Community Media.
The directory's purpose is twofold. We want to provide information on businesses, professional services, tradespeople and community and sporting organisations.
The booklet also provides all local telephone numbers in larger type for easier and quicker reference than the bulky white pages which covers the whole of the Hunter.
You'll find an easy to use index at the front of the book to help you locate exactly what you are after - trades and services, council services, the community directory and residential listings.
This is the 30th issue of the phone directory and despite so many people using online directories, the book remains as popular as ever.
The Dungog Chronicle is in the process of collating line listings for this year and we would like you to get in touch if there have been changes.
Has a family member passed away or moved out of the area?
Perhaps you no longer use your land line and would prefer your mobile phone number to be listed.
If any of your details have changed or there was an error last year, you can update the listing online.
Go to our website and click through the links to simply make the changes.
Please note, the Chronicle does not access line listings and phone numbers through any other source.
Only the line listings in the Dungog Shire and Stroud areas can be accepted.
Please be sure to update your details by September 30, 2021 to ensure they make the printing deadline. If you need more details please make contact via email email@example.com.
Click here to update your listing: