|Broadcast area||Hawkesbury, Sydney|
|Frequency||89.9 mHz FM|
|First air date||circa 1978|
|Owner||Hawkesbury Radio Communications Cooperative Society Limited|
Hawkesbury Radio (call sign: 2VTR) is a fully licensed community radio station. Its primary purpose is to serve the residents of the City of Hawkesbury. Hawkesbury Radio broadcasts on the frequency 89.9 FM. The station is staffed by volunteers and broadcasts live non-stop. Hawkesbury Radio was the only Community Radio Station in Australia to have Broadcast rights of NRL which featured Penrith Panthers NRL matches, from 1997 to 2009.
Hawkesbury Radio began in 1978 with a test broadcast, gaining its full licence in 1982, one of the first local community radio licences granted. The station broadcast out of a tiny building, which housed the studio and transmitter in Fitzgerald Street Windsor for many years, before moving to its current site in 1992 in an adjacent building. Hawkesbury Radio originally broadcast on 89.7 MHz, but moved to its current frequency of 89.9 MHz in December 1999. 
Hawkesbury Radio keeps to a mainly AOR mix during the daytime hours. Outside of these hours, there are specialist programmes such as bluegrass, easy-listening, and country music. The station also has sports programmes  on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. 
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