About Radio Five-O Plus  93.3FM 
The station was established in 1993 to deliver music of yesterday to today.
From its humble beginnings in broadcasting to a few streets in Umina, the station has grown and now broadcasts across the Central Coast throughout the Hunter, Northern Suburbs of Sydney and into the Blue Mountains.  The station is now located in its modern studios in North Gosford.
Staffed solely by volunteers, our community station broadcasts 24 hours a day 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Radio Five-O-Plus is not just for those ages 50 plus, but for anyone that appreciates music from the 40's through to the 80's, specialising in easy listening and music that brings back memories.
On Air
Sounds of the 
Station Information
Supremes
7 days  week,
24 hours a day

Music
National News
Sports News
Weather and Road Updates
Live streaming on the Internet
Facebook and Twitter
Listen to the weekly interview
with the Central Coast
Mayor Jane Smith
The Art House Theatre
Thursday 28 March 2019
One of the greatest female vocal groups in history with hits that personified the Motown Sound will be touring Australia in 2019, The Sounds of the Supremes. This incredible line up, led by 70’s/80’s original Supreme member Karen Ragland, are set to amaze Australian audiences with their incomparable energy packed shows.
Thought for the week
Be who you are, and say what you feel.
Because those who mind don’t matter, and those that matter don’t mind.
Volunteers Wanted
Radio Five-O-Plus is staffed by an enthusiastic team of volunteers, who have a love of music from yesteryear and an involvement with the community on the Central Coast.
Radio Five-O-Plus welcomes members of the community of any age to join the Station and participate in the day to day running of a broadcasting station.  The only requirement is that you enjoy music and want to belong to a community radio station.  Volunteers are invited to train to participate in all areas of Radio Broadcasting.
Radio Five-O-Plus is a self-funded voluntary not-for-profit organisation managed by a committee elected annually by its members.
Government grants, donations and all funds raised are used to maintain and renew technical equipment and improve the facilities to ensure Radio Five-O-Plus continues to excel in the field of broadcasting.