Welcome to 6 EBA FM Radio

Our station, 6EBA is part of the Australia wide community broadcasting sector which is recognised internationally as one of the most successful examples of grass roots media. Community broadcasting provides news, information, cultural content and entertainment to comm unities defined by geographical location or common interest. The diversity of program content available through community broadcasting, particularly specialist Ethnic, Indigenous, Radio for the Print Handicapped (RPH) services, broadens the media choices available to all Australians.

Community media distinguishes itself from other media by actively promoting access and participation in the processes of media operations, administration and production. Community broadcasting is volunteer driven with over 20,000 volunteer broadcasters and support staff helping to deliver media 'for the people by the people'. The sector provides invaluable opportunities for community access, participation, training, experimentation and innovation in radio and television production.

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Latest News

The Multicultural AFL Football Show

The Multicultural AFL Football Show


6EBA 95.3FM is pleased to broadcast the NEMBC/AFL/3ZZZ partnered    " Multicultural AFL Football Show" commencing Thursda
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Prestigious Human Rights Award Won by Ethnic Community Broadcasters

Prestigious Human Rights Award Won by Ethnic Community Broadcasters


The National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasters Council (NEMBC) on behalf of ethnic community broadcasters around Australia has won th
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Congratulations Peter Wadds Jeffrey

Congratulations Peter Wadds Jeffrey


On 26 November 2016 Peter Wadds Jeffery won the NEMBC NATIONAL ETHNIC and MULTICULTURAL BROADCASTING COMMITTEE award for OUTSTANDING VOLUNTEER
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The Return of the Dinner Dance

The Return of the Dinner Dance


Our first dinner in many years After a great many years absence the MRTA Council held its first dinner dance function at the Alexander the G
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