Radio East Gippsland
R.E.G. FM has been supporting East Gippsland for over 30 years,
broadcasting from studios in Bairnsdale (105.5) and Lakes Entrance (90.7).
Radio East Gippsland offers easy listening music and classic hits from the 1950’s to the present.
The listening audience spans from Maffra to Orbost and beyond.
Our Radio Diary and free Community Service Announcements support
local community groups, schools and sporting clubs.
All Local Radio East Gippsland, R.E.G.FM.
An Important Message from the Victorian Government
The is an Important message from the Victorian Government about Coronavirus.
To manage this, we all need to work together.
Stop greetings with a handshake, hug or kiss. Wipe down high touch surfaces often. Press public buttons with your elbow, knuckle or pen.
Doing Small things like these will have a big impact on managing coronavirus.
If you think you may have coronavirus, call the Government hotline on 1800 675 398 or visit https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus
East Gippsland Businesses in 2020
The coronavirus crisis calls for new ways to support each other.
One effective way is to BUY LOCALLY and support East Gippsland businesses.
To get through this period it is so important to buy locally and not online where possible.
If you are after something in particular from any kind of business why not contact a local supplier, ask if they can get it for you and pick it up safely.
Many local cafes, hotels and restaurants have introduced take away options.
A new facebook page has been set up called “Supporting East Gippsland Businesses in 2020”. There you will find lots of examples of how businesses are adapting and how to order or get service.
A Moment with the Mayor
Once a month R.E.G. FM welcomes Mayor, Cr. John White to chat with Deniese about matters arising
from the East Gippsland Shire Council meetings and events of interest throughout the Shire.
Recorded and produced at our Bairnsdale studio, “A Moment with the Mayor” is broadcast on R.E.G. FM on Fridays at 11.30am and then sent to High Country Radio 3HCR in Omeo and Wilderness Radio 3MGB in Mallacoota.
It can also be heard on the East Gippsland Shire Council website: