Red FM (Australia)

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Red FM is a commercial radio network covering regional Western Australia. Formerly only broadcasting to mine sites, Red FM now covers almost every town north of Perth in Western Australia and following the re-branding of WAFM, now includes the major centers of Broome, Port Hedland, Karratha and Geraldton. Red FM is a part of the Redwave Media Group owned by Seven West Media and targets 18- to 39-year-old listeners with a CHR format. Red FM operates under the Australian radio callsigns 6RED, 6HED, 6FMS and 6GGG.

Red FM
Broadcast area Western Australia
Frequency Various
First air date 29 June 1998
Format CHR
Owner Seven West Media


Red FM was launched in 1998, initially as a mining radio station providing news and music to the remote mining areas. It has since extended its broadcast reach to other remote areas and towns that were previously served by WAFM. Red FM now has the largest geographical service area for a radio network in the Southern Hemisphere. Its target audience is the 18–39 group with a potential listening audience of 185,000 people statewide.

You can hear Red FM on various frequency’s right across Western Australia from Walpole in the South to Kununurra in the north.

Red FM generally broadcasts to the same area as its sister station The Spirit Network


Western Australia[edit]

  • Broome (101.3fm)
  • Port Hedland (91.7fm)
  • Karratha (106.5fm)
  • Geraldton (96.5fm)
  • Christmas Island (98.9fm)
  • Cocos Islands (100.5fm)
  • Wyndham (102.9fm)
  • Kununurra (104.1fm)
  • Pardoo (101.3fm)
  • Derby (104.3fm)
  • Marble Bar (102.7fm)
  • Yandicoogina (105.7fm)
  • Fitzroy Crossing (102.9fm)
  • Halls Creek (102.9fm)
  • Pannawonica (102.9fm)
  • Looma (102.1fm)
  • Brockman Village (102.9fm)
  • Nullagine (103.1fm)
  • Yandi (105.7fm)
  • Tom Price (103.3fm)
  • Paraburdoo (101.3fm)
  • Newman (90.5fm)
  • Exmouth (747am)
  • Coral Bay (747am)
  • Denham (747am)
  • Meekatharra (103.1fm)
  • Warburton (102.1fm)
  • Cue (102.9fm)
  • Mt. Magnet (102.5fm)
  • Kalbarri (102.9fm)
  • Tallering Peak (102.3fm)
  • Leinster (102.9fm)
  • Laverton (102.1fm)
  • Leonora (101.7fm)
  • Perenjori (100.1fm)
  • Coorow (101.9fm)
  • Badgingarra (100.3fm)
  • Dalwallinu (106.1fm)
  • Moora (90.9fm)
  • Dandaragan (103.1fm)
  • Southern Cross (100.7fm)
  • Kondinin (92.3fm)
  • Hyden (102.1fm)
  • Kondinin (92.3fm)
  • Boddington (94.9fm)
  • Lake Grace (91.7fm)
  • Newdegate (90.9fm)
  • Pemberton (97.3fm)
  • Northcliffe (102.7fm)
  • Hopetoun (103.7fm)
  • Bremer Bay (103.5fm)
  • Walpole (102.9fm)
  • Morawa (103.1fm)
  • Three Springs (101.1fm)
  • Eneabba (102.1fm)
  • Leeman (102.5fm)
  • Greenhead (102.1fm)
  • Jurien (103.1fm)
  • Cervantes (99.9fm)
  • Cooljarloo (102.3fm)
  • Lancelin (102.3fm)

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Coordinates: 31°54′45″S 115°48′42″E / 31.91242°S 115.8116°E / -31.91242; 115.8116