No. A "radio station" service is provided in the digital television services of ABC and SBS. In addition, some cable and satellite pay TV operators also include "radio station" services. Since Australia's technology for digital broadcasting (DAB+)
is different from the technology used for digital TV, your digital TV will not use DAB+ to receive digital broadcasting services. When ACMA or the government talks about digital radio, it does not refer to services provided by TV paying providers that are broadcast or provided using digital television transmission technology. This refers to radio services that are broadcast free on the ground using digital radio technology.