Highland FM 107.1
Highland FM aims to entertain, inspire and enrich listeners through an eclectic mix of musical, cultural, educational and informative programming.
Highland FM 107.1 is an all-volunteer, Southern Highlands based community radio station which provides a non-commercial platform for unique, locally produced programming that is reflective of the diverse talents and interests of our broadcasters and listeners.
Through radio excellence, we have created a unique community resource, one that promotes connections and fosters a sense of belonging.
100% Home-Grown Concert #10
6PM, 9 March 2024
Bowral Bowling Club
Stan Korytnyj’s work delves into human emotions, inner struggles and the depths of the psyche. The title “Address The Demons” hints at a profound exploration of personal challenges and the courage to confront them through art.
A Cultural Transformation
to Revitalise our Community
Southern Highlands residents embrace a new era of cultural experiences with Bowral Memorial Hall.
Now the only venue of its kind in the Shire, with a capacity of 300, including retractable seating for 125, excellent acoustics and highly adaptable spaces.
The total transformation of this iconic local landmark took into account every short-coming that held the venue back from taking its place as the Shire’s premier cultural venue, one that would be widely used and valued by the community as a whole.
For weekly updates on all that’s happening across our shire join Council’s Your Shire e-news.
Shows and concerts
9th MARCH 2024 6PM, BOWRAL BOWLING CLUB Joss Walsh, Mariah K, Loki Hines
18TH NOVEMBER 2023 6PM, BOWRAL BOWLING CLUB Cedar Newman, Darren Powell, J & B Troubadours
23rd SEPTEMBER 2023 6PM, BOWRAL BOWLING CLUB Jess Howell, Nic Lee, John Goodfellow
10TH JUNE 2023 BOWRAL BOWLING CLUB Shardae Ewart, The Postcards, Bong Bong All-Stars
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Wombat Care Bundanoon: Caring For Our Local Wildlife
We share our Southern Highlands with the most amazing wildlife. Wombats are quiet, loveable, intelligent and nocturnal. Many are left sick or injured to die painfully on our roads, their pouches unchecked for baby joeys. Dawn and dusk is the worst time, so please be mindful, drive carefully and slow down. If you see an injured or sick wombat or to make a donation, please call John at Wombat Care on 0490 659 245 or the Wildlife Rescue Hot Line 0418 427 214.Save these numbers and be ready to help save an animal’s life. www.wombatcarebundanoon.com.au.
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