If PBS is a big part of your life, consider leaving the station a bequest to create a lasting legacy for your love of music. Since 1979, community broadcaster PBS has been an integral player in Melbourne's diverse music community – with more than 80 specialist music programs ranging from soul to garage to country to jazz – PBS is dedicated to nurturing, inspiring and championing Melbourne's diverse music community.

We bring together people of passion – on air and behind the scenes – so Melbourne can continue to thrive as Australia's undisputed music capital.

We introduce children to the joy of good music through our Rock-A-Bye Baby events, train at-risk and marginalised youth, manage an extensive library and archive of live recordings, run programs to develop great musicianship, lobby to protect and promote the music industry and community broadcasting sector and much, much more.

Making a bequest in your will is one of the easiest ways to make significant future gifts to the individuals and charities that matter most to you.

If you would like to find out more, email the PBS General Manager on   or call the station on (+61 3) 8415 1067.

We are hugely appreciative to all those who have included a Gift to PBS in their Will:  

Howard Dossor, Simon O'Carrigan, Alan Fitzpatrick, Moira Drew, Rosemary Wellsted, Tom Huberts, Crispian Winsor, Steven Gaff, Tracy Bygrave, David Barnes, Lisanne Jane Huggins, Mark Boldiston, Tamara Boldiston, 'Deejae Moccodile', Dr Kersti Nogeste, Steven Gaff, Gail Greatorex, Mike Hoole, Big Kev, Arch, Gary Laidlaw, Peter New, Elle Young, Joe Conway, Mirella Zandegu, Damian Thrum, John Crans, Tony Whittaker, Gareth Evens and nine anonymous donors.

A massive thank you to:

The Estate of Victor Bilbrough for a generous gift towards PBS in September 2021.

Estate of Lee-Anne Mavanna December 2022