Triple H 100.1 FM began with a group who believed the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai area was not being served adequately by the existing community radio station.

By December of 2000, Triple H 100.1 FM was on the air. The new station caused a stir in the community because of its professional sound and attractive programming. Listenership soon grew as people began to realise that for the first time, the community possessed a real community radio station. This trial lasted for a month.

The next test broadcast was in May, 2001. During this trial, a large team struck out in the community with publicity and adverting. Banners, t-shirts, and hand bills were delivered to houses, there were newspaper articles, and before launch day the station held an open day and barbecue that allowed the community to view our new resources before we officially went to air. During May, our listenership grew rapidly.

Our final on-air trial was scheduled for July, 2001. As Triple H 100.1FM went off air in June, the public faxed, emailed, and phoned, and wrote hundreds of letters to the ACMA expressing their concern that we were no on air for them.

Without the knowledge of Triple H 100.1 FM, hundreds of school children organised and signed a petition sending it to the ACMA, requesting that Triple H 100.1 FM be granted a full time license.

After seven months, on July 6th at 11:30 am, the first word trickled down through Triple H 100.1 FM that we would be granted the full time community broadcasting license.

Directors hurriedly assembled with presenters and technicians at the station and broke the news on a live broadcast to the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai community at 1pm that very same day.

Since then, Triple H 100.1 FM has been working to maintain their professionalism and high standards of broadcast for the community to enjoy.