Your cart

Close

Total AUD

Checkout

Hachette HQ

Phone and Fax

Phone: 02 8248 0800
Fax: 02 8248 0810
Customer Service: 02 4390 1300 (International: +61 2 4390 1300)
Customer Service Fax: 1800 664 477
Hachette Partworks: +61 2 8378 7931

Street Address

Level 17, 207 Kent St
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia

Our Sydney office is on the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation. We acknowledge them as the traditional custodians of the land, and pay our respects to their elders, past, present and emerging.

General Email Contacts

Corporate Sales: corporate-sales@hachette.com.au 
Customer Service: orders@hachette.com.au
Website orders: orders@hachette.com.au
Licensing & Permissions: licensing@hachette.com.au
Hachette Australia Children's Books: childrens.books@hachette.com.au
General marketing enquiries: marketing@hachette.com.au
Hachette Partworks: customer_service_aus@hachette-service.com 

Publicity

For publicity enquiries (including all cover scans, media releases, author enquires), please email publicity@hachette.com.au or contact the appropriate Publicity Manager or Publicist as per below.

Anna Egelstaff – Head of Publicity
Klara Zak – Senior Publicist 
Lydia Tasker – Senior Publicist
Alana Kelly – Publicist
Jemma Rowe – Publicist
Antolin Bonnett – Publicity Assistant

Hachette Australia Children's Books

Amy Dobson – Children’s and YA Marketing & Publicity Manager 

Latest news

loading...

Read an early extract from Stephen King's new epic novel, THE INSTITUTE

Read an extract from THE INSTITUTE, Stephen King’s new novel, coming from Hachette Australia on 10 September, 2019. Thrilling, suspenseful, heartbreaking, The Institute is a stunning novel of childhood betrayed and hope regained.

loading...

THE HEARTIES REVIEW: The Flatshare

'It's fiction to make you feel good and I have fallen head over heels in love with Tiffy and Leon and indeed, this book.'

loading...

THE HEARTIES REVIEW: The Bad Mother's Book Club

'Honest, yet joyous and it really captures motherhood perfectly.'

loading...

Six facts you may not know about Henry VIII's wife - Anne of Cleves

How much do you know about the princess whose portrait seduced Henry VIII?

loading...

Stop what you’re reading. These Australian set crime novels need to be next on your list.

The diverse Australian landscape is the perfect setting to cover up a crime, unravel a mystery or stay hidden. Discover what Maximum Sentence titles you should be reading next.

This website uses cookies. Using this website means you are okay with this but you can find out more and learn how to manage your cookie choices here.Close cookie policy overlay