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Orana Region Amateur Radio Club

http://groups.google.com.au/group/orarc-talk

P.O. Box 1962
Dubbo NSW 2830

http://groups.google.com.au/group/orarc-talk

Introduction

The club was formed in 1981. Although most meetings are held in Dubbo, the Club draws on areas from Parkes in the south to Cobar in the west, Coonabarabran in the north and Wellington in the east.

The picture is of our radio repeater in the Warrumbungle range, near Coonabarabran.

Meetings

Meetings are held on the last Saturday of the month.

Club Activities & Events

We run an online forum for discussion, see the link above.

We run these repeaters:

Condobolin, Boona Mt, 146.900 MHz -600 KHz VK2RRT
Dubbo, 146.725 MHz -600 KHz VK2RCD
Coonabarabran, Mt Cenn Cruaich, 146.800 MHz -600 KHz VK2RCC

We also run a repeater in Dubbo on 439.950 MHz -5 MHz VK2RDD.

Contributions to repeater costs are always welcome, contact our treasurer for cost details.

http://groups.google.com.au/group/orarc-talk

Training Courses And Assessment Information

Please contact Jeff, our learning organiser.

We provide license training and assessment for the foundation level, and assessment for other levels. We also provide remote assessment if you are more than two hours drive away.

Upcoming Courses and Assessments

Contact Jeff to get involved in the next course or assessment. There is a booking fee of $35 per person.

Training And Assessment Contact

Club training course coordinator

Jeff Wilson
Phone : use email
Email :

Club Contact Details

Orana Region Amateur Radio Club
P.O. Box 1962
Dubbo NSW 2830
http://groups.google.com.au/group/orarc-talk
Phone : 0422 985 298
Email :

Committee

President
Jeff Wilson
Phone : 0428 447112
Email :

Secretary
Scott Habgood
Phone : 0422 985 298
Email :

Treasurer
Fiona Barbary
Phone : use email
Email :

 

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