About Gadigal Information Service and Koori Radio
is a leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts/media hub based in Redfern, Sydney. Established in 1993.
GIS is the home of Indigenous community radio station Koori Radio, which broadcasts 24/7 to the Greater Sydney region on 93.7fm and simulcasts Digitally on DAB+,
Koori Radio has a 'Live and Deadly' cultural mix of Australian/International Indigenous and black music combined with talkback, news, current affairs, chat and community information. Currently it produces five weekly programs broadcast nationally through community and Indigenous networks as well as national live broadcasts of major Indigenous events. It has an award-winning team of professional and volunteer broadcasters from a wide variety of backgrounds.
GIS plays a leading role in developing and promoting the careers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander musicians, broadcasters, singers and songwriters. Its Young, Black & Deadly workshops support the creative aspirations of under-18s in performance and radio broadcasting.
GIS is also a community-focused organisation in its outcomes. Its annualevent on 26 January is Australia's largest one day festival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Its Klub Koori events are held in various venues around Sydney. The current business plan refers to both extending media platforms and touring as ways of reaching further into communities while contributing to the professional development of artists.
Koori Radio is a community broadcasting service and needs your support to remain on air. You can support Koori Radio by becoming a, or by making a .