100.7 FU Rockhampton Radio Station

Our Story

4US pays respects to The Darumbal People – Traditional Custodians of the area, all Elders, past and present including those from other land groups.

We acknowledge all traditional owners of the land to whom we broadcast to and pay our respects to all elders past, present and emerging.  

Located on the Dreamtime Cultural Centre Complex


In the middle of 1998 the committee obtained a licence after 3 years of planning and negotiating to establish Radio 4US. The committee was led by the late Aunty Stacey Miller.  Aunty Stacey Miller was the founder of Central Queensland Aboriginal Corporation for Media (CQACM), which later 4US come under. It is for this reason that we acknowledge and officially recognize the Late Aunty Stacey Miller, the original woman who fought blood, sweat and tears to get 4US off the ground and running. Without her dream, drive, ambition and hard work, 4US would not exist. We recognize Aunty Stacey and family for everything she did and achieved, including special mention to Che (Miller) who designed the original logo for Radio 4US and additional family members who have been instrumental in supporting the station – ‘thank you’.

A lot of people would not know about the land rights movement or any of the other political stances taken in Queensland by some of our elders, and it has been community members who have been among it all.  People who did this for the betterment of the black community.  

Radio 4US originally operated out of the old AICC building, before finding the Quay Street location on the river bank, south side.  At the time Uncle Jeffrey Tull was the Chairperson and Uncle Patrick Malone was instrumental in helping 4US hit the airwaves.  During this time regular broadcasting was conducted out of a bus supplied by ABC while the studios were being built entirely by Murri (ATSI) People led by Uncle Dennis (Mop) Conlon.

In the year of 2000, the studios were completed.  Then, later in 2004, the station was transferred out to The Dreamtime Cultural Centre’ where it is located now.  This station has had the joy of many people come through either to manage operations, work, sing, interview, host shows or just spend time, far too many to mention.  These mob have made 4US what it is today.  We play all the ‘deadliest’ music for all you mob 24/7 and we continue to tell ‘our stories’, be a ‘voice’ for the community’, fight the struggle and endeavor to help ‘closing the gap’.