Monday, March 14, 2011

GOULBURN RADIO FREQUENCIES

air services = 125.600, 129.800
ctaf = 126.700  ( control tower )
fis = 121.200 ( flight info )
Sydney control = 125.600, 127.300, 128.400
air space = 132.250, 134.900
ambulance = 79.0375, 462.9125
npwls = 77.525  ( nat parks )
state forests = 79.075
rural fire = 467.725
fire brigade = 419.200
police = 78.475, 78.550, 468.475, 469.100 ( some uhf may have gone digital )
council = 79.930
Goulburn base hospital = 469.900
st john of god hospital = 157.750
rail = 450.050, 465.200
rta = 165.1125
coles supermarket = 509.575
goulburn cabs = 79.630, 464.975
country energy = 79.125
transgrid = 78.2125
goulburn jail = 463.625

NOTE = for some updated frequencies from a local, see Comments below..... Many thanks
               to Dave F Ryan

FM RADIO
 
  • 87.6 MHz Raw FM
  • 88.7 MHz Triple J
  • 89.5 MHz ABC Classic FM
  • 90.3 MHz ABC Local Radio
  • 93.5 MHz Eagle FM
  • 94.3 MHz 2KY Racing Radio
  • 99.9 MHz ABC NewsRadio
  • 100.7 MHz Hot Country
  • 103.3 MHz 2GCR
AM RADIO

  • 1098 kHz ABC Radio National
  • 1368 kHz 2GN 

3 comments:

  1. Noting this page, I'd like to add some information The CTAF is often mistaken for a Control Tower frequency. CTAF for those unknown to the term, is Common Traffic Advisory Frequency. There are no towers at CTAF airports and pilots follow the proceeds in AIP for operating at Non Towered Aerodromes which is an initial call five minutes out and the position in the circuit.
    Air Services use a few frequencies at GLB 122.775 is the Local Weather
    121.2 is ML Centre East, 124.1 is West (GLB is on the border) 127.15 is the New CTAF and 119.9 is SES and Council Fire 125.0 and 129.8 are used by ML Centre in the upper airspace There is also. 136.3 used at the airport by a company
    The police in country areas using UHF have gone digital and of early November, added encryption to the transmissions. Not sure of the VHF usage. Rail usage in addition is, 418.000, 424.075 Centro use 491.700

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  2. Many thanks for your input Dave, I appreciate it :)

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  3. How would I go about getting information out via shortwave radio about an event coming up this Friday and Saturday in Goulburn that will help residents in and around Goulburn save money on their electricity bills? Goulburn residents are using much more electricity than the state average and the Office of Environment and Heritage is running a workshop to help people rein these expenses in. Please let me know how to get the word out via shortwave, etc when you get a sec. Michael.

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