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We are the community radio station broadcasting to the Yarra Valley and can be heard throughout the Shires of Yarra Ranges, Cardinia and Murrindindi, as well as many eastern Melbourne metropolitan areas. Our format includes a variety of community information and music programs.
Every presenter at Yarra Valley FM 99.1 is a volunteer who is committed to serving the local community with entertainment, music, information and matters of local interest. Visit Presenters to get to know more about your favourite people. As a community (not-for-profit and non-commercial) radio station, Yarra Valley FM 99.1 receives three main streams of income; subscriptions, memberships and sponsorship from businesses.
Please visit our Subscribe page and show us your support.
Membership is by application and is open to anyone who is interested in contributing to the aims of Yarra Valley FM 99.1. Members benefit from the rewards derived from presenting a wide variety of programs to listeners and also receive opportunities for training, participation in social activities and voting rights at members meetings. Please visit our Membership page
Sponsorships come in the form of 30 second announcements played multiple times per day, which are limited to a total collectively across all sponsors of 5 minutes per hour. Please visit Promote Your Business and Sponsors where you can click on the logos that will take you to our sponsors websites.
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At 3:33pm on 3/3/23 we officially opened our newly established premises at 9 Lilydale Road, Healesville Victoria, alongside the new Lions Den op shop. Sheah Sutton (Community Broadcasting Foundation), Declan Kelly (Community Broadcasting Association of Australia) - pictured here - also Yarra Ranges Councillor Fiona McAllister, State MP Cindy McLeish, Federal MP Aaron Violi, Yarra Valley FM President Greg Carrick, the team of volunteer broadcasters, the committee members from Healesville Lions (who have generously made available the building on a long term lease) and many local community members were on hand to help our VP Bruce Argyle and committee member Kim Harris celebrate this historic occasion. All this could not have been achieved without the generous support of your donations and the massive, exacting work put in by Graeme Peers, Phil Smith and an extraordinary team of volunteers over many months.
We acknowledge the support of the Community Broadcasting Foundation.
We acknowledge the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, who are the Traditional Owners of the land on which we broadcast, and pay our respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.