|Broadcast area||New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Australia|
|Slogan||Hits and Old Skool|
|Format||Top 40 (CHR)|
|Owner||Southern Cross Austereo|
Star FM was an Australian radio network, consisting of Top 40/CHR formatted stations in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. The brand was created by NOVA Entertainment, then known as DMG Regional Radio, in 1999, with the network being sold to Southern Cross Austereo.
The network's stations are aimed at the under 35's section of the market, playing Top 40 and popular music. For most stations, the only local program heard on these stations is the breakfast programme, with Alo Baker's Workday networked from the Gold Coast Media Centre, and drive/nights programming coming from the Southern Cross Austereo's metropolitan stations Fox FM in Melbourne and 2Day FM in Sydney.
In 2007, Star FM changed its major positioning statement from "Todays Best Music" to "Your HIT Music Station". The positioning statement was changed again in June 2011 to "Your #1 HIT Music Station" and following the Southern Cross Media/Austereo merger and became "Fresh & First" in 2013 until recently it was changed again to "Hits & Old Skool"
New South Wales
- 2AAY 104.9 MHz Albury
- 2CSF 105.5 MHz Coffs Harbour
- 2DBO 93.5 MHz Dubbo
- 2GZF 105.9 MHz Orange
- 2RGF 99.7 MHz Griffith
- 2ROX 105.1 MHz Kempsey/102.3 MHz Port Macquarie
- 2WZD 93.1 MHz Wagga Wagga
- 3BDG 91.9 MHz Bendigo
- 3MDA 99.5 MHz Mildura
- 3SEA 94.3 MHz and 97.9 MHz Gippsland (formerly Sea FM)
- 3SUN 96.9 MHz Shepparton (formerly Sun FM)
- Battersby, Lucy (26 September 2016). "60 regional radio stations to become Triple M or Hit Network". The Sydney Morning Herald.
- "Top-rating Star FM to take a Hit". Shepparton News. 27 September 2016.