OCR FM - 98.3 & 88.7

Colac & the Southwest's community radio station

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Sponsorship

Get your business on the air

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Present your own radio show

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Live outside broadcasts from community events

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Fun for all ages

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OCR FM is very grateful for the support from
the Community Broadcasting Foundation

Broadcasting across South West Victoria

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Your community radio station

Join our Sponsors!

OCR FM offers your business exposure to the local community.
Click our "Support" button now to find out more now.

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Colac RSL

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Real Audio

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Host your own radio show

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OCR FM is a proud member
of the
Community Broadcasting
Association of Australia

Events Calendar

Current Restrictions for Colac Otway Shire Residents
From Friday 26 February 2021
To Saturday 27 March 2021
Hits : 73

From 11:59pm Friday 26th of February, Victoria will return to the previous COVIDSafe settings that were in place prior to the Black Rock outbreak.

Victorians will be able to host up to 30 people in their home per day and outdoor gatherings can increase to 100.

Meanwhile, public and private sector office workers can return to work at up to 75 per cent a day.

Masks will be only be required on public transport, in rideshare vehicles and taxis, in sensitive settings such as aged care facilities – and in some larger retail settings including indoor shopping centres, supermarkets, department stores and indoor markets.

Density limits remain for pubs, restaurants and cafes, beauty services, retail business, gyms, funerals and wedding and nightclubs and community facilities, such as libraries, RSLs and community halls.

For more information on the new coronavirus settings visit coronavirus.vic.gov.au

Current Restrictions for Colac Otway Shire Residents

From Friday 26 February 2021
To Saturday 27 March 2021
Hits : 73

From 11:59pm Friday 26th of February, Victoria will return to the previous COVIDSafe settings that were in place prior to the Black Rock outbreak.

Victorians will be able to host up to 30 people in their home per day and outdoor gatherings can increase to 100.

Meanwhile, public and private sector office workers can return to work at up to 75 per cent a day.

Masks will be only be required on public transport, in rideshare vehicles and taxis, in sensitive settings such as aged care facilities – and in some larger retail settings including indoor shopping centres, supermarkets, department stores and indoor markets.

Density limits remain for pubs, restaurants and cafes, beauty services, retail business, gyms, funerals and wedding and nightclubs and community facilities, such as libraries, RSLs and community halls.

For more information on the new coronavirus settings visit coronavirus.vic.gov.au

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