Austravel SafetyNet Channels:

Hear our frequencies live using our KiwiSDR remote receivers. Use the browser back button to return to this screen to select another channel OR use the KiwiSDR panel to adjust the channel frequency. Try the new camp function to hear what others are hearing.

View the full sked time tables under the SKEDS tab to select a time and channels when you will hear the base operators and mobile stations. 

You don't need to be an Austravel member to use these receivers.

If you camp on a user it also leaves other SDR channels free saving multiple slots being used on the same frequency.

Austravel West Coast Ch1  Ch2   Ch3  Ch4  Ch5  Ch6  Ch7  Ch8  Ch9  Ch10

Austravel East Coast  Ch1  Ch2   Ch3  Ch4  Ch5  Ch6  Ch7  Ch8  Ch9  Ch10

Hear what others are listening to:

Camp on West Austravel SDR        Camp on East Austravel SDR

Sometimes the SDR receiver is not immediately available as it is fully busy with users, particularly around sked times.   That is four users in the West or up to eight in the East. Chances are that someone is already listening to the frequency you want at that time.  You can piggyback or camp on another user and listen to their frequency selection.  At this menu you can go in the que for the next available SDR channel slot and using this makes more slots available for all.
 

Other things you may hear on HF:

Identification of things you may hear in the HF spectrum.  (SIGIDWIKI) 

Sadly we compete with many other man made noises.

Emergency marine:

West Coast SDR: Marine  4.125Mhz    Marine 6.215Mhz   Marine  8.291Mhz 

East Coast SDR: Marine  4.125Mhz    Marine 6.215Mhz   Marine  8.291Mhz 

General information:  

West Coast SDR: Marine 8.176Mhz

East Coast SDR: Marine 8.176Mhz

Variety – the Children’s Charity of WA:  

West Coast SDR: Variety  4.480Mhz

Shortwave radio stations in Australia

Unique Radio is a shortwave radio station on  3210 kHz USB and 5035 kHz USB from within the Tamworth Regional council area , NSW Australia.

There is another Island Memories transmitting on 5045 kHz AM   and 4KZ on 5055 kHz AM but you can receive it OK on USB as well on your commercial transceivers.

 

Amateur Radio:

Have a listen here to the  Commercial Radio Users Group (CRUG) which is an amateur radio sked for amateurs in general Wednesday evening on 3640Khz USB  at 5.30pm WST or 0930UTC. You can transmit from home and receive on the SDR if you have high local noise.

The CRUG sked will resume in 2023 TBA.

CRUG West Coast SDR: Amateur 3.640Mhz

CRUG East Coast SDR: Amateur 3.640Mhz

 

 

 

 

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