Campo

In the beginning there was nothing. 

Then there was Campo. 


Drive home with Campo every day from 4-8pm. Let his silky voice keep you company in the car with prizes, news, traffic and the best music from the 80s, 90s and now.

Campo is the founder of Swim4Kids, a 100-kilometre open water swim in a shark cage that raises money for the Royal Children’s Hospital. You can visit the web site for Swim4Kids here. 

Some facts about Campo:

  • Campo is the sexiest man alive.
  • Campo’s brother played rugby league
  • Campo doesn’t have photos taken of him. Photos line up to have Campo inside THEM.
  • Campo once repaired a fridge by singing to it. 
  • Wikipedia wasn’t successful until Campo let it host an article about him. You can read it here.


Campo and his dulcet tones are on the wireless every day, swooning Brisbane playing Brisbane's Best Mix of the 80s, 90s and now from 4-8pm.


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