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Last year many amateur radio operators not only miss out on catching up with friends at their local amateur radio club gatherings, but were not able to attend an ANZAC Day service. To help overcome those restrictions, the St George Amateur Radio Society sponsored a QSO Party on Anzac Day 2020.

This event was very popular with many amateurs; local, interstate and overseas. St. George Amateur Radio Society have decided to hold the ANZAC Day QSO Party again this year on Sunday 25th April 2021.

The intention of the QSO party is for amateur radio operators to keep in contact “on air” with fellow operators, and to recognise the service of many amateur radio operators from both sides of the Tasman Sea, in defending our freedom.

The Anzac Day QSO Party commences at 3pm local Sydney time, and concludes at 9.00pm. Bands and modes of communication are 40m and 80m SSB, VK2RLE and VK2RDX 2m VHF FM repeaters and the VK DMR network.

The QSO Party is open to all amateur radio operators with a participation certificate available, which recognises of the aims of this event. Amateurs are reminded that all VK amateurs can use the AX prefix on ANZAC Day.

Complete operating and participation details are available here Please use the Login form to view and download files. Self verification only for new users.

Category: Activities