99.3fm Sunbury Radio is a community radio station that strives to be the sound of Sunbury. Broadcasting off the top of Jacksons Hill, our goal is to provide a voice to local groups, organisations, clubs and associations. Show more Formerly known as 3NRG, we are operated by a group of volunteers who have a passion to inform, entertain and promote the local community to the region and wider Melbourne. If you would like to become a member, contribute to or present a program, or get involved behind the scene, email us via the contact page. Sunbury Radio (3NRG Incorporated) is a community radio station based in Sunbury, Victoria. The station broadcasts as "99.3FM Sunbury Radio" to its listener base. The radio station was established as 99.4 Bulla FM in 1988, and in 1999, the station re-branded as 3NRG and changed frequency from 99.4FM to 99.3FM. The then Australian Broadcasting Authority issued a radio license area plan for the Sunbury region on 22 June 2000, which determined that a community radio station license should be granted for the area. 3NRG was the only applicant, and was granted a permanent license to replace the temporary license under which they had previously operated, which had just expired. The station was established to provide local news, information and community access to the township of Sunbury, in outer north west metropolitan Melbourne, as well as to the surrounding localities of Diggers Rest, The Gap, Couangult and Toolern Vale. The station has been involved with battle of the band competitions, broadcasting community events. In June 2000, entered the Guinness book of world records for the worlds longest DJ marathon.