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Emergency Broadcasting

Plenty Valley FM is the official emergency broadcaster for the municipalities of Banyule, Nillumbik & Whittlesea, where our studios are based on Mill Park.

During Emergencies such as bushfires, floods, storm or other incident, Plenty Valley FM will provide prompt updates when directed to do so by authorised agencies, incident controllers and the state control centre to provide vital, up to date information to our listeners. Where necessary, we will suspend regular programming and engage the State Emergency Warning System (SEWS).

Our Volunteers attend a number of Municipal Emergency Planning Committee meetings throughout the year. We do this as part of our Community Obligations and to stay up to date with current emergency management processes in the Municipalities listed above, ensuring that we are in step with current capabilities and broadcasting needs. 

Plenty Valley FM prides itself on our emergency broadcasting role in keeping the community informed and is dedicated to supporting the efforts of our local emergency services to keep our community safe.

Specialist Music, General Programming and Sport

Our volunteer presenters showcase their own music collections during their shows to delivering an eclectic, diverse mix of music styles each week.

Whether it’s pop, rock, retro, easy listening or jazz we cater for you!

We also have the flagship programs you expect such as Breakfast and Drive, along with infotainment and local lifestyle shows.

We are also very proud of our connections with local sports clubs, including local basketball and a long-standing relationship with the Northern Football Netball League where we cover the Saturday Match Of The Day each week plus Finals and provide coverage for the Northern Metro Cricket Association and Diamond Valley Cricket Association in-seasons.


We deliver programming to reach out to the CALD communities in our service area, featuring shows broadcast in Romany, Punjab, Sinhalese, Tamil, Lebanese, Macedonian, Palestinian, Fijian Hindi and Samoan.