Surf FM

Surf FM broadcasts on 87.6 MHz (FM) using three local coverage FM transmitters located in Seaford (in the City of Frankston), Cranbourne and Berwick (both in the City of Casey). The station is licenced to broadcast by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).

These neighbouring cities of Frankston and Casey are located in the outer suburban south-east of Metropolitan Melbourne, Australia's second largest metropolitan area.

Located 40 kilometres from the Melbourne CBD (Central Business District), Frankston is often referred to as the "Bay City" and "Gateway to the Mornington Peninsula".

The name "Surf FM" was selected to identify as closely as possible with being located in a bayside city. It was also selected to distinguish the brand from other "watermark" names used by various coastal radio stations across Australia like Sea FM, Bay FM, Wave FM and Coast FM.

Casey, the inland city that neighbours with the City of Frankston, is not only Melbourne's fastest growing municipality, but is also the most populous municipality in the Australian state of Victoria (a population of 252,382 at the 2011 census, which compares with Frankston's estimated population of 128,576).

Read more about Surf FM:  History, Format Change

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Surf FM - Format Change
... On the 20th of October 2012 Surf FM changed course once more ... The news syndication was removed from Surf FM and adopted instead by Surf City Sound ... This coincided with a change of format as Surf FM adopted a Hot AC (adult contemporary) music playlist ...

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