Based in Colac, 3CS and MIXX FM cover the heart of South Western Victoria, and the world famous Great Ocean Road. The city of Colac is located 75 kilometres west of Geelong. The surf coast tourist area attracts in excess of 1.1 million visitors annually.
Colac and surrounds
Frequency - 1134 AM
Format - News, talkback, sport, music
Colac and surrounds
Frequency - 92.7 FM, 95.9 FM & 106.3 FM
Format - Hit music, news
(03) 5231 5388
241 Murray Street, Colac Vic 3250
Three of Australia’s most respected personalities come together for the drive home.
Kate Ritchie, Tim Blackwell and Marty Sheargold bring a conversational cheekiness to the airwaves. Mixing the day’s hot topics with the best of the web, Kate, Tim & Marty engage their audience by letting them join their ‘club’.
The ‘nice guys’ of radio are the duo who get you home with a laugh.
The “nice guys” of radio Ryan ‘Fitzy’ Fitzgerald and Michael ‘Wippa’ Wipfli are the duo that can get you home with a laugh – at their own expense – from 3pm to 5pm weekdays. Their remarkable chemistry creates regular moments that make listeners smile, giggle or just plain LOL. No matter what the topic our boys will have their own unique take on it.
Together, Sean and Kate share a unique chemistry which sees them chatting each morning about the issues of the day over breakfast. It’s easy to forget that you’re listening to the radio. It’s like you have the two of them sitting with you at the breakfast table or catching with mates.
So pull up a seat, BYO snacks weekdays from 6 – 8.30am.
Play Australia’s favourite radio game ‘radio scattegories’ for the cash jackpot of the day.
Catch up with Peter Ford for all the Celebrity and Entertainment goss and Tony Leonard for the latest in sport.
Everyone is welcome at the table.
Nights with John Stanley reviews the day’s news, sport and current affairs, follows the breaking news of the night and pushes the Macquarie unique brand of talk radio beyond sunset and through the night.
John Stanley is one of radio’s most trusted voices; his program combines his vast knowledge and expert analysis of politics, business and sport with his passion for lively, engaging and entertaining talkback radio.
Neil is one of Australia’s most experienced journalists with success in newspapers, radio and television. He was one of the youngest editors of a daily metropolitan newspaper, The Herald.
Neil was also a reporter, columnist and news executive at The Age for 16 years, including four years as sports editor. He has also worked for Time Magazine, and presented documentaries and his own talkback TV program on both the Nine and Ten networks.
He began at 3AW on weekends and Drive in 1987. In 1990 he moved to the morning program where he has dominated the ratings ever since.