Love music and have some spare time?
3BBR-FM is the community radio station for the local Baw Baw region.
They provide their listeners with a wide variety of music, local news, information, and interviews.
3BBR-FM is also a great place for people to learn and gain experience in radio production skills within a supportive environment.
These days they have over 100 dedicated volunteers, of which about 55 are presenters.
In a recent radio listener survey, 3BBR-FM is estimated to have a weekly audience of nearly 8000 in a typical week or 22% of the 15+ population.
3BBR-FM can be heard anywhere in the world where you have internet access.
Quite a number of their listeners are from around Australia and also internationally tuned in.
3BBR-FM always welcomes new members and sponsors.
Board member David Piggin said in his 20 years as a member, it’s been one of the most rewarding volunteer organisations he has belonged to, in which people.
“In this world full of turmoil, it is a wonderful way to destress oneself by tuning out of these problems by tuning in to Radio 103.1 on the dial.”
The West Gippsland Community Radio held its AGM at the Warragul CFA on Sept 27, where Lieutenant Peter Holman was the guest Speaker. he has met many amazing
Coming up they will be holding a sausage sizzle at Woolworths Warragul on Saturday November 11 from 9am to 1pm.
To find out how to become a volunteer you can call in and see the friendly volunteers in the Pavilion at the Gippsland Garden & Home Expo on October 14 & 15 at Lardner Park or phone the station on 5625 4995 or visit the website www.3bbrfm.org.au.
Award winners at the recent 3BBR AGM: Ted Coad, Tom McGhee (special contribution), Lawrence Mitchell (15 years), David Piggin (20 years), Tom Beauchamp, Joan Harrison (5 years), Robert Stewart, Sam Horner (10 years), Tim Wills, Chair of Committee for Drouin. (Photo by Bev Pascoe).