CBAA says go surfing this summer

During this holiday season of sun and surf, the Community Broadcasting Association Of Australia is encouraging all Australians to breakout and surf the radio dial this summer.

“In Australia’s capital cities the community broadcasting choice has never been greater,” says the CBAA.

“A Sydney listener, in the suburb of Campbelltown for example, can tune into their local station 2MCR, then dial up all of the seven metropolitan-wide community stations 2CBA (religious) , FBi Radio (youth culture) , Koori Radio (indigenous) , 2SER (music/talk) , Muslim Community radio (religious) , 2000 FM (multicultural) and 2RPH (Print Handicapped). For the community radio first timer that’s eight new stations to tune into today and forever.”

“This same scenario exists right across Australia’s capital cities, and the community stations in the regional and country areas are of course not just a lifestyle, but an everyday part of life and we’d also encourage our listening country cousins to seek out and get to know their community’s station.”

The summer your local community radio station will keep you informed about what’s on in your area, and if you’re travelling, then tuning into the local community radio station is a great way of getting in touch with the locals, getting information or for just providing the entertainment during your holiday experience.

To find your local stations click onto “Stations” on the top of the CBAA homepage (see below).