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...on Australia Day!

Where does the name Australia come from? Surprisingly the English sailor, Captain Matthew Flinders, is probably the man ultimately responsible. In the nineteenth century, he noted that the vast continent he’d circumnavigated had two names: in the west, the Dutch had dubbed it ‘New Holland’

Third Day and Needtobreathe LIVE!

Platinum-selling, Grammy and Dove Award winning band Third Day headlines the first annual “Make A Difference Tour,” with special guests Needtobreathe... and we've got your chance to WIN!

On now... the Vision Summer Series!

Here at Vision radio, there's some cool January programming to keep you going during the sizzle of summer.

He’s baaaack!

Four years ago, Andrew ‘Robbo’ Robinson started sleeping in a little later in the morning. Stepping out of his role as anchor of the Vision breakfast show, he took the opportunity to work on his other big passion besides radio. He’s been communicating individually with listeners and travelling

Have you got a passion to see your community know the truth and hope of Jesus?

Vision radio is excited to be working with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) to encourage public evangelism outreaches in Australia.

Australia's Amazing Grace

Join us on Vision radio and be part of celebrating Christian Heritage Sunday on 1 February. Quick quiz: What do William Wilberforce (the driving force behind the abolition of the slave trade) and John Newton (the writer of the beloved hymn Amazing Grace) have to do with the founding of a British colony in Australia?

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