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The main website of the Radio Heritage Foundation is now

Most content on this legacy website is no longer actively maintained and may not be up-to-date. It is preserved on-line purely for historical interest as part of the Radio Heritage Foundation’s digital collection.

Australian Radio Guides

We're delighted to continue the Australian Radio guides service previously found at

Created by Kevin White, these state by state listings have become very popular, and our thanks go to Kevin for the immense effort he's put into maintaining them over the years until now.

For a start, we'll simply continue the existing service, and include updates as often as possible.

If you have updates, changes, additions or other information to help us keep the listings current, please email us.

Although these guides are provided as a free service, you’ll help us keep them updated and relevant if you’ll become an annual supporter with a donation of A$25 or more towards our daily operational costs. Our fully volunteer team thanks you for your support.

To find a station, choose the state, and then AM or FM listings. For more information on individual stations and for online streaming options, there are direct links to their websites.

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Information contained in these guides is for personal and non-commercial use only and is not to be reproduced or published electronically or in any other form without our written permission.

Please let us know if you find any errors in the information or have additional information to add.

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The charitable trust has been giving a voice to those involved in radio via our website since 2004 and will continue to do so.

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