2GN is an Australian radio station serving the Goulburn region, which opened in January 1932[1] on a frequency of 1390 kHz. Test broadcasting began on 9th December 1931.[2] It is now co-owned by the Capital Radio Network and Grant Broadcasters, broadcasting on 1368 kHz. The station carries a Classic Hits format and Forever Classic branding similar to its sister stations in 2CA, 6IX, XLFM and 3GG. The station's studios are shared with their FM counterpart, Eagle FM.

CityGoulburn, New South Wales
Broadcast areaSouthern Tablelands
Frequency1368 kHz
BrandingForever Classic
FormatClassic hits
OwnerCapital Radio Network, Grant Broadcasters
Eagle FM (Australia), XLFM, 3GG
First air date
December 1931 (1931-12)
Former frequencies
1390 kHz
Call sign meaning
2 - NSW

G - Goulburn

N - GoulburN
Technical information
Repeater(s)106.1 MHz, Crookwell

2GN has an FM repeater serving the township of Crookwell and re-transmitting 2GN on 106.1 MHz.

2GN donated to the Olympic Torch Relay fund for Atlanta 1996 Summer Olympic Games


2GN features both local programming and syndication. 2GN also features local news bulletins, presented and produced in-house by Michael Prevedello.


In the 2014 Commercial Radio Australia Awards (ACRA's), Craig Prichard won the award for 'Best Entertainment/Music Presenter: Country'.[3]

In October 2019, it was announced that 2GN news reader Michael Prevedello had won the 2019 ACRA category for 'Best News Presenter: Country & Provincial'.[4]

2GN's logo on the signage outside of the Goulburn Broadcasters building, alongside sister station Eagle FM and KIX Country (formerly Hot Country)

See also


  1. "Goulburn on Air". The Sydney Morning Herald. 6 February 1932. p. 4. Retrieved 18 November 2010.
  2. "Capital Radio Network". Media Spy. 29 October 2020. Retrieved 21 December 2020.
  3. "2014 ACRA Winners". Australian Commercial Radio Awards. Retrieved 20 October 2020.
  4. "ACRAs 2019 finalists announced". Radio Today. 18 August 2019. Retrieved 19 August 2019.

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