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Repeater Update

Repeater news

Updates of the repeater directory occur in June and December. Please refer to the date stamp shown on the downloadable files.

To make an update please review the simple submission guidelines that are described on the last page of the listing downloadable below.


IRLP- Visit the main IRLP web site at for more information.

ECHOLINK- For information, station listings and software downloads, visit

DSTAR- For information about D-Star voice and data repeaters, visit

P25- P25 and DMR users can register for a DMR-MARC radio ID in order to utilise the internationally linked Quantar Site Connect system. The URL is

Fusion– For information about System Fusion repeaters, visit

DMR– The VK DMR network has an information web page at

Overseas repeater information


A new repeater app is now available for Android. It allows you to easily find the locations of repeaters in your area and overseas. This app initially covered the UK, but details of Australian repeaters have now been added.
The author's web site: Link. The Android Market web site: Link

RFINDER Repeater Directory

RFinder - The Worldwide Repeater Directory
Android - iPhone - RTSystems - CHIRP - TomTom - Garmin -WWW
Web page link:Link
Facebook link: Link

The WIA repeater data base

We aim to keep our repeater listing up to date - but for this we depend on information from our fellow amateurs. If you are aware of any additions, changes or corrections that need to be made to the Australian Repeater Directory then please review the simple submission guidelines that are described on the last page of the listing downloadable below.

There is a Yahoo group Repeaters-VK whose aim is to get a knowledge pool of people with technical skills to create and maintain repeaters.

There is an Australian focussed online repeater website here: Link that shows repeater locations throughout Australia, grouped by mode.

Latest updates to the data base

Important Changes to the listing

From 2018 changes to repeaters will be shown in difference reports that are available to download. The reports available will show differences in the listing from the last publish date and all the changes in the last year. These reports will be much more detailed, informative and most importantly auto-generated and not subject to transcribing error.

Check out the Google Earth kmz file that is contained in the downloadable zip file. If you have Google Earth installed double clicking will install the file into Google Earth and it will show the location of every Amatuer, CB, Marine repeater in Australia. Click the radio antenna icon and this will pop up frequency information. This file is autogenerated and is right up to date with the ACMA database.

Files For Download

Latest repeater list
Repeater Directory 240614.pdf

Latest repeater list CSV
Repeater Directory 240614.csv

Example VBScript, Sorted Directory csv and CHIRP csv files and other csv formats

Page Last Updated: Friday, 14 Jun 2024 at 15:24 hours by Tacrep


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