List of ABC radio stations

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The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) operates four national radio networks, over 50 local radio stations,[1] the international service ABC Radio Australia and several digital stations. Most of the stations, as well as podcasts, are available on the ABC Listen app,[2] and ten radio stations are available via the ABC Television.[3]


National networks[edit]

  • ABC Radio National – news and current affairs, arts, music, society, science, drama and comedy
  • Triple J – youth-targeted music, news and entertainment (since 1975)
  • ABC Classicclassical music, the ABC's first entirely FM radio network (since 1976)
  • ABC News – parliamentary broadcasts and rolling news (since 1994)

Digital stations[edit]

Local Radio[edit]

As of 2019 there are 53 ABC Local Radio stations, including 45 regional stations and 8 capital city stations.[1]

The capital city (formerly: metropolitan) stations including their callsigns are:

The regional stations are:

New South Wales[edit]



South Australia[edit]

Western Australia[edit]


Northern Territory[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ a b The ABC's Annual Report 2018, Volume I mentions Capital City Local Radio from all 8 capital cities and Regional Local Radio from 48 regional locations. According to Volume II there are 45 regional stations, of which ABC Northern Tasmania and ABC Kimberley each have 2 locations, plus a reporter in Nowra (thus 48 locations). According to this map from April 2019 there are also news bureaus in Ipswich, Parramatta and Geelong (thus 59 locations altogether).
  2. ^ "ABC Radio". ABC Radio stations. Retrieved 7 July 2021.
  3. ^ "Which ABC radio stations are available on TV?". ABC Help. 24 May 2019. Retrieved 7 July 2021.