Welcome to Radio Blue Mountains
Radio Blue Mountains 89.1 is a not-for-profit, all volunteer community radio station serving the Blue Mountains since 1993. The station broadcasts 24 hours a day from its studio in Katoomba, to a potential audience of some 75,000 people across the Blue Mountains and to a much wider national and international audience through internet streaming.
Radio Blue Mountains is a member of the CBAA Community Radio Network, a national network that provides a wide range of programming when local presenters are unavailable. The station is funded through listener support, grants and limited commercial sponsorship and is run on behalf of the members by a dedicated management committee.
On Monday, 2nd October at 10am on Burrulaa Yugal is Thomas Mayo. Thomas Mayo is a Kaurareg Aboriginal and Kalkalgal, Erubamle Torres Strait Islander man. He is the Assistant National Secretary of the Maritime Union of Australia.
Thomas is a signatory of the Uluru Statement from the Heart, and has been a leading advocate since its inception in May 2017. He is the Chairperson of the Northern Territory Indigenous Labor Network, and a Director on the Australians for Indigenous Constitutional Recognition board. Thomas is the author of six books and has many articles and essays published across the major media providers. His latest book is co-authored with prominent Australian journalist and author Kerry O’Brien. The book is titled ‘The Voice to Parliament Handbook – All the details you need’.
Join Thomas Mayo and host of Burrulaa Yugal, Lana Leslie while they yarn about the Voice to Parliament and upcoming referendum on 14 October, 2023.
BOOK TICKETS HERE
Community Radio Plus is a one-stop shop for listeners to hear community radio.
The app features community radio stations nationwide and champions our sector’s rich and diverse content to listeners everywhere.
Community Radio Plus features live radio including of course, Radio Blue Mountains, podcast/catch up shows, news bulletins and the ability for you to discover new stations and content. Alongside AM/FM and DAB+, you now have the option to listen to community radio on the go via the app on:
- Your Android or iOS phone
- Amazon Alexa devices
- Apple CarPlay in compatible vehicles
- Android Auto in compatible vehicles
- Sonos devices
There are so many interesting people involved at Radio Blue Mountains behind the mic and behind the scenes, that we thought we’d share their stories here on the RBM website.
Caroline Clement (left) is the presenter of the Sahaja Meditation Program, every Sunday morning from 10am. Her interview is excellent reading.
A MESSAGE FROM ANGLICARE & RBM89.1FM.
🌼🎉 Our Holy Trinity Wentworth Falls Spring Fair was an absolute hit! 🎉🌼
Thank you to everyone who joined us on Saturday for a day of fun, bargains, and springtime festivities. The atmosphere was buzzing with excitement, and the support from our community was heartwarming.
From the delicious homemade jams and cakes to the incredible crafts and books, there was something for everyone to enjoy. Garden enthusiasts found their paradise with our plants and garden tools, while classic car lovers and photography enthusiasts marveled at the stunning exhibits.
Our barista coffee and free morning tea were a hit, and the op-shop bargains and sausage sizzle added to the fun. The live music kept us all grooving, and Radio Blue Mountains brought an extra layer of excitement with interviews and fair-themed music on Paul Young’s Theme Machine program.
The live broadcast from the event was a fantastic experience, and it was a joy to see everyone come together to celebrate spring in style.
Thank you again for making our Spring Fair such a success. We can’t wait to see you at our next event! 🌸🎶 #SpringFairSuccess #CommunityLove #HolyTrinityFun