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Radio Larrakia

Rating: 4.5 Reviews: 2
Radio Larrakia 94.5FM is Darwin's only Aboriginal radio station located in the heart of Darwin NT CBD, giving the voice to the Larrakia and the wider Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community in Australia. Show more
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On the air Radio Larrakia

Live Reba McEntire Back to God
00:38 Foster & Allen Lily of the Valley
00:37 First Nations Radio
Radio Larrakia playlist

TOP songs on Radio Larrakia

Tjintu Desert Band - Walpa WarriTjintu Desert Band — Walpa Warri
Aimee Hannan - Lion in My HeartAimee Hannan — Lion in My Heart
David Arden - So YoungDave Arden — So Young
Loren Ryan - Butterflies (G)Loren Ryan — Butterflies
lajamanu teenage band - Track 15Lajamanu Teenage Band — Teenage Band
John Williamson - Desert Child (With Warren H WiJohn Williamson — Raining On the Rock (Live With Warren H. Williams)
Yothu Yindi - Djapana (Remix)Yothu Yindi — Djapana
Glenn Skuthorpe - RunningGlenn Skuthorpe — Running
Lou Bennett - KadiatchaLou Bennett — Bossalou
Fitzroy Xpress - Bunula GirlFitzroy Xpress — Bunuba Girl

Radio Larrakia reviews

  • 4
    Hola from Isla Mujeres: Listen
  • 5
    Great station lovely music and great staff cheers

Information about the radio

Radio Larrakia was established in 1998 by the Larrakia Aboriginal community of Darwin and is managed and controlled by Larrakia Aboriginal Traditional Owners.

Radio Larrakia aims to promote Larrakia culture and language to Darwin and the surrounding region, combined with news, music and sport through broadcasting media. The primary target is Larrakia Aboriginal community, secondary target all other Aboriginal communities, third target the wider community.

It provides training and employment opportunities in all areas of broadcasting primarily for Larrakia and also for the wider Aboriginal community of Darwin and the Northern Territory.

Radio Larrakia broadcasts twenty four hours a day locally and nationally, and has dedicated Aboriginal programs that provide news and information for programming and content about Aboriginal community cultural and social issues through focus on Aboriginal education, Aboriginal training and employment, Aboriginal community services announcements, promotion of Aboriginal music, NT Schools Training Program, Indigenous events and festivals including the Garma Festival held annually in Gulkula, Arnhemland NT, networking with the national Indigenous broadcasting body Australian Indigenous Communications Association(AICA).

Live Streaming on the internet means that Radio Larrakia communicates around the world and has enormous popularity including Europe, Asia and the USA.

Radio contacts

Address: 38-40/21 Cavenagh St, Darwin City NT 0800

Phone: (08)89437949


GPO Box 945 Darwin NT 0801
(08) 89497900

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