Western and Northern Districts Amateur Radio Club

 

Yup, yet another ‘Amateur Radio Club Website’ – except –

This time with a difference!

We’re a brand spanking new Amateur Radio Club, keen to ignite and dominate the untamed ‘Wild-West’ of our favourite town – good’ol Melbourne, Australia.

 

Striving to deliberately punch some life back into Amateur Radio, the Club has simply boomed with this fresh and bold agenda – moving forward with a deliciously wicked vigour, previously unseen in this amazing City of ours.

Let us prove to you today that Amateur Radio doesn’t have to be all stuffy, uptight and ‘procedurally-obsessed’ –

It can instead, truly be a place where you can let your hair down, be entertained and become enlightened, all at the same time.

Unlike other Clubs about the place, in here you can just roll up your sleeves and immediately start having fun – immaterial of whether you’re a Club Member or not.

So why not come and meet with us at our twice monthly meetings ( Check out our club Calendar for the next meeting details).   While you are waiting for that day to arrive you are most welcome join our group on Facebook.

Additionally, we also hold a ‘Net – every Thursday Night at 8pm without fail – on our local simplex chat frequency of 145.245MHz ( Check the Club Calendar for details. ) or on our favourite 2m FM Repeater, VK3RML – located up on top of the Ferny Creek Fire Tower, ( upon the Mount Dandenong Ranges ) – on 146.700MHz

So long as you remember to use that 600kHz negative shift on TX, ( along with the necessary 91.5Hz CTCSS Tone to gain access ), why don’t you jump on in and say G’day

 

So, go on – take a moment – Feel free to explore this impressive Website of ours, ( learning as much about us, as you can. )

And of course, we really do implore you to come on over’n have some real fun with us – the very next time we get together – Be it On-Air, or in 3D.

 

C’mon now, don’t be shy –

Just grab that Mic of yours and – ‘Go Ahead OVER’ – ( Psssht! )

 

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