3KND (Kool N Deadly)3KND (Kool N Deadly)

3KND is Melbourne’s first Indigenous owned and managed radio station, providing a vital service not only to the Indigenous community but also to the wider community as a whole. 3KND provides information and entertainment for our community and anyone else who wants to join in.


98.9FM is owned by the Brisbane Indigenous Media Association which successfully applied for a 24-hour community radio licence allocated by the Australian Broadcasting Tribunal for the city in 1991. Since the first broadcast the station has grown from strength to strength and today continues its strong commitment to quality broadcasting of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music, issues and news.


AWAYE! brings you diverse and vibrant Aboriginal arts and culture from across Australia and the best from Indigenous radio broadcasters around the world.


The Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA) came to life in 1982 with the establishment of radio station 8KIN FM. Aboriginal-owned media was seen as being vital to the broad educational and community development aspirations of Aboriginal people in Central Australia.

Radio was a way to give voice to Aboriginal hopes and dreams as well as being a tool to maintain and sustain the culture and languages of Central Australia. Originally offering music and programming in Arrernte, Pitjantjatjara, Luritja and Warlpiri, today CAAMA broadcasts in half a dozen more Indigenous languages, reaching communities across Australia.

Gippsland Community Radio, GippslandGippsland Community Radio, Gippsland

Gippsland FM is a local community radio station in the central Gippsland/Latrobe Valley area in Victoria, Australia. Situated in the town of Morwell, this station is like 400 other community radio stations around the country, providing access and alternatives to mainstream media outlets, while maintaining a listener base of 30,000 per week.

Koorie RadioKoorie Radio

Koori Radio is Sydney's only First Nations radio station broadcasting 24/7 from Australia's Black Capital of Redfern. Our Live 'n' Deadly mix of music, news, community information and discussion draws a wide audience of listeners from Australia's largest population of Aboriginal people, the many other First Nations people who have called Sydney home and ordinary Australians who share our tastes in music and our cultural views.

National Indigenous Radio ServiceNational Indigenous Radio Service

The National Indigenous Radio Service Limited (NIRS) is a national program distribution service that delivers four radio channels of content produced by First Nations broadcasters via satellite distribution and via the internet.

Queensland Remote Aboriginal MediaQueensland Remote Aboriginal Media

Queensland Remote Aboriginal Media (QRAM) is a non-profit Aboriginal Corporation and is one of eight Remote Indigenous Media Organisations  (RIMO's) in Australia. Based in Cairns, QRAM provides a range of services to radio stations in the remote Queensland communities of Atherton Tablelands, Aurukun, Doomadgee,  Kowanyama, Lockhart River, Mapoon, Mornington Island, Napranum, Northern Peninsula Area (NPA), Normanton, Pormpuraaw, Woorabinda and Wujal Wujal.

Radio LarrakiaRadio Larrakia

Radio Larrakia 94.5FM is Darwin's only Aboriginal radio station located in the heart of Darwin NT CBD, giving the voice to the Larrakia and the wider Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community in Australia.


The Top End Aboriginal Bush Broadcasting Association - TEABBA - was formed by Top End community members who recognised the need to encourage and assist the development of local broadcasting and information services at all remote communities, using the newly installed broadcasting equipment provided by the government under the BRACS (Broadcasting Remote Aboriginal Community Scheme) project. Today 'BRACS' are known as 'RIBS' (Remote Indigenous Broadcast Service).

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website may contain images, voices or names of deceased persons in photographs, film, audio recordings or printed material. To listen to our Acknowledgement of Country, click here.