Does your organisation have a story to tell?

NewSouth Publishing is perfectly placed to help get your story published. We are a leading Australian non-fiction publisher, and our experienced team will create a customised package to ensure your book is produced to budget and on schedule, achieving your organisation’s publishing objectives. Whether you want to reach your own members or staff, or find a much bigger audience, we can help you.

In our publishing partnerships program we’ve collaborated with corporations and businesses, educational and cultural institutions, government departments, not-for-profits, law firms, church groups and religious orders, sporting associations and many other organisations to publish books with the highest editorial, design and production standards.


We’ve published books in association with:

Art Gallery of New South Wales | David Jones | HammondCare | Herbert Smith Freehills | Westpac Banking Corporation | Commonwealth Bank of Australia | Macquarie Group | Surf Life Saving Australia | Maritime Union of Australia | Australian War Memorial | Australian National Maritime Museum | Powerhouse Museum |  State Library of New South Wales | State Library of Victoria | Sydney Living Museums | The Great Synagogue, Sydney | Loreto Property Association | Sutherland Shire Council


NewSouth Publishing offers these services:

  • project management

  • structural editing, copyediting and indexing

  • cover and internal design by award-winning designers

  • high-quality production and printing to your specifications

  • sales, marketing and distribution both direct and to bookstores

  • ebook creation and distribution



David Jones: 175 Years by Helen O’Neill is a testament to the publishing team of professionals at NewSouth. From the outset they managed this project with sensitivity, skill, commercial acumen and flexibility. They worked quickly to bring together the best end-to-end team of writer and researcher and design, production, marketing and editorial support. This beautiful book was a full collaborative experience – a shared vision that was refined and improved by their editorial guidance. David Jones is thankful to NewSouth for this diligence and care in helping our company celebrate our momentous 175-year milestone.’ 

— Andrew Henderson, former Creative Director, David Jones Limited 


‘The partnership with NewSouth Publishing has been one of the most professional and creative I have been involved in. I can’t praise enough the staff’s willingness to embrace new ideas and directions, which is exemplified by the ebook version of 100 Stories from the Australian National Maritime Museum. The bold vision behind the design of the ebook ensured it was the first in the world to use embedded video to explore a museum’s collection. What’s more, the willingness of NewSouth to work with the museum to ensure the ebook reached as wide an audience across Australia is testament to NewSouth’s commitment to contribute to the intellectual and cultural development of Australia.’

— Kevin Sumption, Director, Australian National Maritime Museum


‘Working with NewSouth Publishing proved to be seamless and rewarding. It was pretty much all done remotely, but effectively. It was a team effort, with opinions and ideas easily shared. I enjoyed it and loved the final product!’

— Richard Neville, Mitchell Librarian, State Library of NSW, author of Mr JW Lewin


‘I would like to express appreciation and thanks for the excellent work carried out by NewSouth Publishing to publish Faith in Action. HammondCare selected NewSouth due to its reputation of professionalism and credibility, client service and distribution network. I am pleased to say NewSouth lived up to its reputation including excellent assistance in the editing, proofing, indexing, design and printing processes. The book was delivered on time and on budget and enabled us to have a successful launch. I would like to thank the team for all their support and am very pleased to confirm HammondCare’s intention to continue working with NewSouth on future projects.’

— David Martin, General Manager, People, Learning & Culture, HammondCare