The Sydney-based Dutch Australian Weekly (DAW) was founded in 1951 by Alfred Schuurman with the assistance of Cumberland Newspapers. However, Dutch immigrants preferred English language journals and the paper suffered a steady decline in circulation. By 1990 it was fortnightly and by the time it ceased publication, in October 2004, it was monthly. Its last editor was Wabe Roskam.

See also DAW newsclippings from the 1950s