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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.

Mouse Man drops in for Cypher Mondays

Izzy is the new co host of Koori Radio's Lion Movement Radio show Mondays 6 to 8pm and the team welcomed Mouse Man as a special guest durring their latest Cypher Monday. Koori Radio listeners would be familiar with Gomeroi man Izzy and his deadly...
9 October 2022

Cool it down with COTERIE at Koori Radio

COTERIE dropped by the studio for a chat with the Puha and Porkbones crew. Spearheaded by 4 Māori brothers of Te Aupouri, Nga Puhi & Ngai Te Rangi COTERIE have more than 5 million streams and 250,000 youtube views. Their first hit...
7 October 2022

Blackchat attends Sydney Rally

Blackchat host Lola Forester attended the call for a banning of police guns in First Nations Communities rally where Yuendumu Elders and supporters addressed the crowd in the main precinct of Sydney. Warlpiri Elders had called for a National Day...
20 June 2022

Making Tracks with special guest host Mawunyo Gbogbo

Mawunyo Gbogbo joined Munk on our drive show Making Tracks as a guest host yarning about her new book Hip Hop & Hymns. #hiphopandhymns Mawunyo is a music & pop culture reporter for Double J and ABC News. You can follow her on...
16 June 2022

TEEKS visits Koori Radio

Māori soul singer Karehana Gardiner-Toi, who performs by his childhood nickname TEEKS dropped into Koori Radio this week for an interview with our award-winning Puha and Pork Bones Radio Show host Kimberly Uesiliana. The 26-year-old TEEKS...
16 June 2022

Koori Radio + The Kid LAROI

That's a wrap for the Australian leg of The Kid LAROI THE END OF THE WORLD tour, his first massive international world tour that is now traveling to Europe and the US. We caught up with The Kid LAROI in the Koori Radio studios before the tour...
9 June 2022

Koori Radio Broadcaster and Google celebrate Lionel Rose

Koori Radio's Making Tracks host is today's special guest artist on the Google Homepage - tune into Making Tracks and Munk every weekday from 3 to 6 pm (AEST) via 93.7Fm or via​ https://kooriradio.com/audio-player/ We are so...
10 December 2021

Koori Radio Music Residency Applications Are Now Open

Offering 6 opportunities for NSW based, First Nations musicians to access $5K in-kind support + $5k in cash toward recording an EP. Today, Koori Radio is proud to announce that applications for the Koori Radio Music Residency, which will support...
8 November 2021

WHO WE ARE

Operated by Gadigal Information Service Aboriginal Corporation (GIS), Koori Radio has broadcast across Greater Sydney on 93.7FM and digital radio for over 20 years.  Powered by an experienced team of Indigenous Australian media professionals and amazing volunteers from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, Koori Radio offers a unique and authentic voice for the community and features music you won't find anywhere else.
Koori Radio is a community broadcasting service and needs your support to remain on air. You can support Koori Radio by becoming a member of GIS, or by making a donation here.
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Our analogue broadcast signal covers 9000 square kms with a potential audience of over 6 million listeners. We broadcast 41 niche programs in 8 Languages (English, Aboriginal Creole, Torres Strait Island Creole, Hindi, Fijian, Maori, Samoan, Jamaican Creole) and have an average of 280 000 monthly listeners.

Get in touch at marketing@kooriradio.com to discuss our various sponsorship packages, including how we can best help you reach your target audience.

This radio station is supported by the Australian Government through the National Indigenous Australians Agency.
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