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Amateur Radio Licensing And Callsigns

Apparatus Licences

Operating Guidelines

Visiting Australia

Visiting & Reciprocal Licensing

Regulations for Amateurs Visiting Australia

The ACMA has prepared the following information in regards to the regulations for Amateurs visiting Australia, details are available via this Link

Going overseas from Australia

Australian Advanced licensees can operate in the European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations (CEPT), under the HAREC T/R 61-01 Recommendation. This means acceptance in CEPT countries, including those in the European Union without the need for any additional licence. The Advanced licence must be endorsed that it accords with the CEPT requirements. Non-CEPT countries may require an application and associated fees.

Australian holders of Standard and Foundation licences and qualifications going to CEPT and Non-CEPT countries may be able to operate under reciprocal arrangements. When planning a trip overseas and wanting to operate, you should ask the relevant radio administration or the IARU member radio society as the WIA may not have the latest information in other countries


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