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March 2022

Field Day

Mar 1st, 2022 (Tue) -- Mar 31st, 2022 (Thu)
12:00 - 13:30 UTC
 Commemoration AVRO Lancaster aircraft, first sorties 80 years agoiCal
Club: WA VHF Group Callsign: VK6AKR
State: UTC
Brief Description : 80th anniversary AVRO Lancaster first sorties

Full Details : Commemorating AVRO Lancaster aircraft (first sorties in March 1942), air and support crews. VK80LAN available for roster throughout VK in March, in similar manner to the RAAF Centenary last year. Associated clubs in UK and Canada have GB80LAN and VE80LAN. See respective pages and for more details. Logging to LotW using Tim M0URX's OQRS service. All permitted bands, modes.
Mar 6th, 2022 (Sun)
10:00 - 16:00 AEDT
 Sydney Amateur Radio Ferry ContestiCal
Club: Waverley Amateur Radio Society Callsign: VK2GZ
State: VK2
Brief Description : Hand-held VHF/UHF operation on Sydney Harbour

Full Details : Enjoy the day in this annual event which allows you to roam Sydney Harbour contacting other operators on the water and foreshores. Special Covid rules will be in force this year offering a chance to compete in a number of categories. More details
Mar 18th, 2022 (Fri) -- Mar 20th, 2022 (Sun)
16:00 - 13:00 AEDT
 theTARCinc Does the John Moyle Memorial Field DayiCal
Club: The Townsville Amateur Radio Club Inc. Callsign: VK4ZZ
State: National
Brief Description : VK4WIT in the bush for the 2022 JMMFD at the Burdekin Duck QG39ex98

Full Details : Book your campsite now - Burdekin Duck Roadhouse and Caravan Park, Flinders Highway Sellheim. Phone 07-47873587.
The traditional Saturday Night feedup at the Roadhouse will be on again - attendance numbers needed.
Fully portable operations at a nice spot between Charters Towers and Townsville North Queensland.
Further information at
Mar 20th, 2022 (Sun)
11:00 - 15:00 AEDT
 Meet the Voice 2022iCal
Club: Sewing Circle Net Callsign: VK7TW
State: VK7
Brief Description : Sewing Circle Net Annual Gathering - Meet The Voice

Full Details : The Sewing Circle is the longest running amateur radio net in Australia. It holds a gathering at Ross Caravan Park every year to enable everyone to meet the voices they have been talking with on the Net. Presentations begin at 11am and BBQ plates are fired up at 12Noon. There will be a carboot sale so bring along your preloved items.
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