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West Beach Marine VHF

Australia > South Australia > Central - Greater Adelaide & Mt Lofty Ranges (Division)

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West Beach Marine VHF

Adelaide west beach area marine vhf channels 16 67 73,80 and 83 for routine log on log off with local VMR as well as weather reports and 489.325 - CH 4 - Command net - Adelaide. coast radio Adelaide maintain a 24hour listening watch on Channel VHF 16 67

Status: As of 22 April 2024 we have decided to stop this feed with our equipment. Partly due to the lack of listeners. thanks.
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Feed Notes

VHF Marine Channels used by boating, coast guard, volunteer marine rescue, surf lifesavers, MFS and SA water police

16 156.800 - CH 16 - Calling and Distress

67 156.375 - CH 67 - Secondary Calling and Distress

73 156.675 - CH 73 - Rescue Organisations (Daily weather reports / safety messages)

80 Repeater 161.625 - CH 80 - Myponga

83 Repeater 161.775 - CH 83 - Port Elliot

489.325 - CH 4 - Command net - Adelaide - used extensively

Myponga - Ch 80 VHF marine radio repeater

This VHF marine radio repeater operates on Channel 80 and is located at Myponga Hill on the Fleurieu Peninsula.

It provides coverage of Gulf St Vincent, Investigator Strait, Backstairs Passage and over the Lower Murray and Lakes.

Port Elliot - Ch 83 VHF marine radio repeater

This VHF marine radio repeater operates on Channel 83 and is located at Kerby Hill on the Fleurieu Peninsula (approximately three nautical miles North of Port Elliot).

It provides coverage of local coastal waters surrounding the lower Fleurieu Peninsula, over the Lower Murray and Lakes, extending down to the South East including the northern waters of the Coorong.

Coast Radio Adelaide, this service is monitored during the day (7.00 am to 7.00 pm) by volunteers at the South Australian Sea Rescue Squadron's radio base at West Beach and at night (7.00 pm to 7.00 am) by Flinders Ports.