Genesis launches onto Australian market with G70 and G80
WorldDAB Members News - 25.06.2019 - Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Center GmbH - Australia - Australia
Hyundai’s standalone luxury brand Genesis has officially launched onto the Australian market with the unveiling of the G70 sports sedan and G80 luxury saloon. Both models come with DAB+ as standard.
From Exhaust Notes Australia:

Paneda and Agile Broadcast announce Australia & New Zealand partnership
WorldDAB Members News - 13.06.2019 - Paneda - Australia - Australia - New Zealand - New Zealand
Paneda and Agile Broadcast have today announced a partnership agreement for the Australian and New Zealand markets. Agile now represents Paneda for DAB headend and monitoring products. With this partnership in place, Paneda and Agile will be able to offer a number of DAB solutions and services including support, installation and system integration.
From Agile Broadcast:

DAB+ digital radio goes up the charts in Australia
12.06.2019 - Australia - Australia
The latest research from Commercial Radio Australia found that the number of DAB+ digital radio consumers across in the five metro capital cities is up from 3.62 million compared to 2017. Commercial Radio Australia CEO Joan Warner said the growth figures were pleasing and would open the way for further commercialisation.
From CSO:

DAB+ goes up the charts in Australia
06.06.2019 - Australia - Australia
Australia’s demand for DAB+ digital radio continues to surge with more than 4.21 million people, or 30% of the population listening to the platform each week. The total number of DAB+ radios in Australia, including those in cars, rose to 4.73 million at the end of 2018, a 24% increase from 3.80 million at the end of 2017.
From Whatech:

Coles Radio reaches 254,000 DAB+ listeners in Australia
05.06.2019 - Australia - Australia
According to GfK’s third ratings survey of the year, Coles Radio has the most listeners nationally on DAB+ in Australia, reaching 254,000 listeners across the country - the highest number achieved by any DAB+ station since surveys began. Coles ranked first in Sydney (78,000), Melbourne (79,000) and Brisbane (47,000).
From Radio Today:

All new RAV4 raises bar for SUV style and substance
WorldDAB Members News - 08.05.2019 - Toyota - Australia - Australia
The all-new Toyota RAV4 has raised the bar for SUV performance, safety, technology, style and refinement. The advanced multimedia system with steering wheel controls incorporates full Bluetooth®3 connectivity, AM/FM/DAB+ radio, satellite navigation5 and voice recognition with all information displayed on a large 8-inch touchscreen.
From Toyota:

Commercial radio in Darwin permanently on DAB+
07.05.2019 - Australia - Australia
Listeners in Darwin can now tune in to commercial radio in digital quality sound, with the official switch on of permanent digital radio broadcasts on DAB+. 68% of all new cars sold in Australia now come with digital radio factory fitted.
From Commercial Radio Australia:

Permanent digital radio services launch in Darwin
07.05.2019 - Australia - Australia
Darwin is now on par with Australia’s other capital cities, with permanent digital radio services on DAB+ now available. 68% of new cars sold in Australia are now fitted with digital radios.
From Radio Today :

Permanent DAB+ on air in Darwin
07.05.2019 - Australia - Australia
Commercial radio stations in Darwin are now broadcasting permanently on DAB+ digital radio. Low-powered trial DAB+ services had been on air in Darwin since 2010, but permanent installation and higher power transmissions mean consumers can now access the full benefits of digital radio.
From Radioinfo:

Radio most used audio platform in Australia
02.05.2019 - Australia - Australia
According to the findings of the 2019 Infinite Dial Australia study, radio is the most popular audio platform with 83 per cent of Australians surveyed using DAB+ or AM/FM in the last week. The study also highlighted that radio dominates in the car, with 85 per cent of those who have driven or ridden in a car in the last month listening to radio.
From B&T: