Highland FM 107.1 has been announced as a Finalist in multiple 2020 CBAA award categories. The CBAA Community Radio Awards celebrate innovation, perseverance and community champions within our sector.

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.

Highland FM aims to entertain, inspire and enrich listeners through an eclectic mix of musical, cultural, educational and informative programming.

Through radio excellence, we have created a unique community resource, one that promotes connections and fosters a sense of belonging.

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It’s “time to Talk” about Mental Health this October.

October 1 through 31 is Mental Health Month, dedicated to talking about mental illness and to encourage all of us to think about our mental health and wellbeing.

Mental health problems affect one in four of us with many feeling isolated and ashamed. This year the problem has heightened due to Covid-19.

Highland FM 107.1 has joined with Southern Highland News and ReFrame Community Links Wellbeing to encourage everyone this October that it is “Time To Talk” and be more open about mental health – to talk, to listen, to seek help. You too, could save a life….perhaps your own.

For help or a friendly discussion, contact:

ReFrame Community Links Wellbeing on 0455 104 104 or
email: mhintake@communitylinks.org.au

Beyond Blue Support Service on 1300 224 636 or

Lifeline 24 hour support on 13 11 14.

Time To Talk This October Community Service Announcement

Live Music Is Back In The Southern Highlands

Don`t miss Mahalia Barnes and her band, The Soul Mates performing live at the Bowral Bowling Club on the second Monday of each month and brought to you by Eclectic Sounds.

Listen Now: Mahalia Barnes on Lyrics@Lunch

Mahalia Barnes talks to Adam on Highland FM 107.1 regarding the challenges that face the Australian music and entertainment industry during Covid-19 and her endeavours to help bring live music back to the Southern Highlands.

For more details check out the Community Events page on the Highland FM Website for all forthcoming events and entertainment.