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Kiama Community Radio is Live-Streaming Now

Kiama Community Radio (KCR) is a non-profit community-based organisation run by volunteers. KCR is an online radio streaming service produced by local residents for the communities in the Kiama Local Government Area from Minnamurra in the north to Gerroa in the south and Jamberoo in the west.

Initially launched in July 2020 as a podcasting service, KCR currently streams live 24 hours a day, 7 days a week online. To date, KCR has also produced over 350 podcasts documenting the life of the Kiama Municipality community and continues to support podcasting by community members.

KCR also works in collaboration with other local organisations and provides podcasting and broadcasting training to people of all ages, giving the local community a voice. KCR provides local artists a new platform to connect with their audiences; businesses an alternative way to reach their customers and community groups a chance to promote their activities.

KCR’s objective is to grow into a live to air, FM radio station, reach wider audiences, and be recognised as a valuable community resource in the Kiama Municipality.

Calling all Seniors - KCR invites you to High Tea - 10 April 2024

Kiama Community Radio acknowledges the Wodi Wodi people of the Dharawal Nation, on whose country we work and live, and extend our respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.

Welcome to Kiama Community Radio.

For the community, by the community.

Kiama Community Radio (KCR) is a brand new voice for the area, launched in a bid to reconnect our local community at a time when many are feeling disconnected.

The new service is the first of its kind dedicated to communities in the Kiama local government area from Minnamurra in the north to Gerroa in the south and Jamberoo in the west.