U3A South Coast
Loads of fabulous presentations, wonderful presenters, for you to attend. Grab a copy of this terms Booklet to keep up to date with what's on.Gatherings at Jolly Street Victor Harbor visitors are most welcome. $2.00entry. 2:00-4:00 pm
Head to the Footy Page for all information & Replays
Great Southern Football League
Next game Saturday 26/6/21
Live Streaming begins at 2:30pm
CONGRATULATIONS AND THANKYOU KEVIN ON RECEIVING AN ORDER OF AUSTRALIA MEDAL FOR YOUR CONTRIBUTION TO COMMUNITY AND SPORT OVER THE PAST 44 YEARS.
90.1 HAPPY FM is a community radio station with permanent outside broadcast studios in Victor Central and Goolwa Shopping Centres serving the residents of and visitors to the Southern Fleurieu region of South Australia.
Our signal includes coverage to the towns of Mount Compass, Strathalbyn, Goolwa, Middleton, Port Elliot, Victor Harbor, Yankalilla and beyond plus online streaming.
Outer fringe areas such as Noarlunga, Meningie, Clayton Bay and Milang are also able to receive our programs.
90.1 HAPPY FM prides itself on supporting the residents and businesses in our region, providing relevant LOCAL information and entertainment.
Our station’s broad format caters to a variety of tastes including Country Music, Sport, Local Interviews, News, Classic Hits, Jazz, Soul, Classical and Easy Listening music.
Join us and enjoy the very best of Radio on the Fleurieu Peninsula. We are Broadcasters NOT Narrowcasters !
Thought for the week
"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give."
Song of the Week
(Your Love keeps lifteing me) Higher and Higher.
55 Crozier Rd
Victor Harbor SA 5211
Week days 9am-3pm
(Excluding public holidays)
Ph : 08 8552-7999
Station Enquiries to
Mobile 0414 808 736
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55 Crozier Rd
Victor Central Shopping Centre Studio
Fascinated by all things
Tune in on Tuesdays 4:00-6:00pm and listen to Helena and her German Program
Proudly Sponsored by
the Community Broadcasting Foundation
Phone: 8328- 2143
Goolwa Shopping Centre Studio
"Get a towel on" for stroke prevention this month.
Australia’s Biggest Blood Pressure Check.
Blood pressure remains the single largest risk factor for stroke – and it's preventable.
Australia’s Biggest Blood Pressure Check delivers free health checks in the community – raising awareness of the link between high blood pressure and stroke; empowering Australians to know their stroke risk and understand how to manage it.
Food for Thought
Bittondi printmakers Mrs Harris shop
The Overwintering Project
Signal Point Gallery
June 4th -June 25th
At Her Majesty's Theatre
16th July 2021Book at BASS 13 21 46 or online at bass.net.au
Fleurieu Cancer Support Foundation
17 Torrens St, Victor Harbor
Want to Volunteer?
Contact Jackie Horton at Southern Volunteering
44 Torrens Street, V H
Ph 8552 7858
single signal ("The Crow", June 2021)
in dark night
as a storm front
nor' wester and 'distant dawn
while he feels
the rhythmic rise and fall
Umbel, meaning flower clusters which grow and spread from a common centre, is a joint exhibition with Fleurieu artists Kathleen Munn and Melanie Fulton. Botanically focused it has various themes exploring ideas around what are considered to be exotic blooms and what is regarded as local flora. Both artists refer to traditions of floral and botanical painting and illustration. Kathleen Munn with her reference to Dutch ‘vanitas’ paintings of the 16th and 17th centuries and Melanie Fulton through her engagement with fabric decoration and the ethic of gathering and utilising what is at hand.Umbel
Australia is home to the world’s oldest continuous culture, yet a shocking 80% of Australians feel that they know little or nothing about Aboriginal culture
Yamatji-Noongar storyteller, artist, and Stolen Generations’ survivor Aunty Rhonda Collard-Spratt shares cultural knowledge and continues her healing journey through her new book, Grandfather Emu and How the Kangaroo got her Pouch
The new children’s book teaches young Australians about connection to Country and our native animals, and shares messages of ancient lore from our First Nations people
Boolarong Press is donating some proceeds from the sale of each book to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation, which provides books and teaches reading to people in over 400 remote Aboriginal communities