If we could give a rating of 6 out of 5 we would. Love all the good music you play especially Saturday night party night bracket. Discovered your station when staying on the coast 4 years ago. Now we listen live at home in Toowoomba. Well done in providing great music. Also love to see the play list as we often play music trivia together at home. Just two 69 year old retirees enjoying the music memories together.
Ron Wendy Prior13.03.2020
Been listening to 104.9 for three years since I found it on my radio it is the only station we listen to ,I'm 71 and just love it don't change anything it only gets better congratulations to all the staff wonderful job
Hi, I dont know the name of the presenter on now (12.30pm QLD time), but I would like to pass on my absolute support for all his comments. I am 63 and not exactly a twiggy stick, and I have felt the same way as he has described, for years. There are not many shops around who cater for people with figures other than "sticks".
Hello Sunshine FM, I learn to you every day from France ! Great music !...8) Thank you
repertoire that rests for the tympani. elevates the soul.
Footprints Au in Mauritius17.09.2019
Great music station, my sanctuary from talkback on curtinfm.
Music, pure music as it was meant to be enjoyed. Thanks Sunshine FM.
Sunshine FM was established in 2000 as a “community radio and music station”. Over the years it has broadcast a wide variety of predominantly music programmes to mature age (+45) audiences in its licence area. It is specifically mandated to broadcast content that is not available on other Stations in the licence area, and accordingly, the music and programming policies need to ensure compliance therewith.
Sunshine FM aims to provide programming that meets its listening community needs, expectations and aspirations by delivering content that is unique to the Sunshine Coast.
This objective must be considered in the context of the highly competitive market that exists on the Sunshine Coast and the increasing success that the Station is having in attracting sponsors. The Program Sub-committee is aware of the need to strike the right balance between meeting community needs and broadcasting programmes that will ensure the long-term sustainability of Sunshine FM.