Reach new customers with Campaign Targeter

Campaign Targeter is designed to help you plan, create and execute your unaddressed mail campaigns. This powerful, online tool takes the guesswork out of promotional mail, giving you access to invaluable customer insights and mapping features.

Campaign Targeter gives you the flexibility to self-serve your own campaign with ease. From finding customers to mapping and booking; our tool lets you do it your own way.

Take advantage of free psychographic and behavioural data to get to know your target audience better. Not just where they are, but who they are. And what makes them tick.

All you need to do is register your business account to get started. Best of all, it’s free.

If you’ve already got a pretty good idea of who your target audience is, you can simply choose the postcode, suburb (locality) or state you’d like to deliver to. Let us decide the postal rounds that best fit your selection.1

Download the below file/s as a guide to the number of delivery points that accept advertising in the areas you’d like to reach. Confirm your booking and we’ll provide you with final numbers so that you can get your printing organised.

These files are updated regularly, so please check the extract date in the file to ensure you are viewing the latest version.

Need help?

If you have any questions about Unaddressed Mail, call the Unaddressed Mail service team on 1300 223 571 or email us.

If you'd like to find out more information about Campaign Targeter, get in touch.

Note: Final delivery point totals may vary because when you request delivery to a particular suburb or postcode, we identify the postal rounds that best fit this request. These may cross suburb / postcode boundaries.

For more information, see p.12 of the Unaddressed Mail Service Guide (PDF 1.65MB)

1 Counts only include the delivery points that accept advertising and will not include 'No Advertising Mail' (or similar wording) delivery points. If you are after delivery point counts for a Federal or State Electorate, please email