Introducing Surf FM: The cities of Frankston and Casey now have their own radio station for lovers of fresh music discovery.
Surf FM promises its listeners more music, more variety 24 hours a day. The station never gets stuck on a single genre of music like many commercial stations do, instead playing rock, pop and beats in the one mix of music. It also doesn’t intend to appeal only to teenagers – this is music for cool grown-ups.
Added to the music is a commitment to put our outer suburban cities first – with bite-size information to keep the listener updated about all things Frankston and Casey at every opportunity.
Surf FM also supports playing a higher percentage of Australian music than you’ll hear across the average hour of commercial radio. The station plays 25 per cent Australian all of the time – never a dull or difficult commitment to meet with all the great Aussie music available.
Each week Surf FM freshens its playlist with not only the biggest hits of the moment but also music discoveries you’ll otherwise miss.
To hear Surf FM across Frankston and Casey, tune to 87.6 on your FM radio. If you’re listening on a digital radio, you need to select FM mode first before tuning to 87.6 Surf FM.
With a smart phone, take Surf FM with you anywhere, anytime. Simply download the Tune In app from either the iTunes App Store or Google Play and search for Surf FM.
The station is a work in progress. Surf FM’s original FM broadcast transmitter site remains in Seaford – serving the City of Frankston since 2001. The station has since extended its reach into the City of Casey, with transmitter sites established in Cranbourne (in 2008) and Doveton (in 2014 – which also covers the Dandenong Town Centre). Later in 2017, Surf FM’s broadcast coverage will stretch farther east when it switches on a fourth transmitter site in Berwick.
Surf FM also wants to hear from you and engage with its audience as the station builds its profile in the community. Discover more and contact Surf FM by going to www.surffm.com.au