Helping People Look to God Daily Across Queensland

Queensland is where it all began. From one small station in Beaudesert, Australia’s largest privately-owned radio network (that’s Vision, by the way) spread across the whole country. Queensland is Australia’s second-largest state. Vision stations stretch from Darnley (Erub) Island in Torres Strait (closer to PNG than to mainland Australia), down to Tallebudgera on the border with New South Wales; and from Stradbroke Island on the east coast way over to Camooweal, on the border with the Northern Territory.  There are over 230 relay stations in Queensland.

QLD Vision Frequencies

Airlie Beach [Woodwark] – 87.8 FM

Allora – 87.6 FM

Aloomba – 88 FM

Atherton – 88 FM

Aurukun – 88 FM

Ayr – 88 FM

Babinda – 87.6 FM

Bakers Creek – 88 FM

Bamaga – 88 FM

Banora Point – 87.8 FM

Barcaldine – 87.6 FM

Beachmere – 88 FM

Beaconsfield – 87.8 FM

Beaudesert – 88.0 FM

Beenleigh – 87.6 FM

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