It feels like PBS has been talking about a new home forever and now the time has finally come.

It’s going to be amazing but it’s also expensive, particularly with the challenges we’ve had keeping the music on air during COVID. We’re really hoping people who love the station will continue to support us through this time by donating towards the move to help us Make It Home.

The current cost projection of building and fitting our new station is $2.2 million

We have managed to raise around 70% of the funds so far.

This has been made possible through support from listeners and members, as well as from the Victorian Government (through the Community Support Fund), the Helen Macpherson Smith Trust, Creative Partnerships Australia via Plus 1, and The Community Broadcasting Foundation.

You can get behind PBS by making a tax-deductible donation to our Make It Home appeal by clicking here, or calling 8415 1067.  Every donation will help, and below are some suggested levels of support.

  • $25,000 and above - Sky's the Limit*
  • $25,000 - Raising the Roof*
  • $10,000 - Higher Ground*
  • $5,000 - Build Me Up*
  • $1,067 - Good Vibrations*
  • $500 - Brick by Brick
  • $250 - Foundation
  • $2 to $249 - Basement Jams

* You'll be acknowledged on a plaque in our new home!

We sincerely thank you for your support and hope that you are in a position to help us build a new home!


"PBS is unlike any other radio station, so any support you can provide for them will have great impact  in the community for hundreds, if not thousands of local musicians and the wider music-loving community." Kylie Auldist, musician and PBS member

"Moving premises is not something most people look forward to.  Fortunately, PBS hasn't had to move very often in the 40 years of my involvement with the station.  This next move promises to be our most exciting.  We have faced many challenges in the past and are grateful for the support we have received from our members in dealing with them. It is to be hoped that our members will once again support us as we enter this new chapter of our journey." David Heard, Acid Country

Make Your Donation to Make It Home here