Amateur Radio Group (Inc.)
Lesmurdie / Kalamunda & surrounding area's
The club meets on the second and last Saturday of every month
at the Paxhill Guide Hall, unless notified otherwise,
on the corner of
Sanderson and Brady Roads, Lesmurdie.
Door's are open by 1.30pm,
there may be a welcoming sausage sizzle (gold coin donation) most meetings will have a raffle.
The General meetings are on
the last Saturday at 2pm and consist of a short business session,
a presentation or activity on amateur radio related topics, followed by tea/coffee and biscuits.
The second Saturday is an Activity Day, much less formal,
we may be in the shack playing radio / operating a contest or
outside making sure antennas are working or just chatting.
"Natter net" is held on 146.950MHz every Wednesday between 7.30pm -
All are welcome to join in.
The Hills Amateur Radio Group was formed in 1983
with its primary objective being "to bring together Amateur Radio Operators,
Citizen Band Operators wishing to upgrade to Amateur Radio Status, and Shortwave Listeners
in the maintenance and furtherance of the amateur radio spirit".
By and large this is still the primary objective of the club.
In practice, HARG has evolved into an organisation
that provides a venue and structure for local amateurs to meet socially on a regular basis.
The club is currently in the process of establishing a fully operational user friendly hamshack
at the Paxhill Guide Hall.
Vistors and prospective new members are welcome.
There are no geographical restrictions on membership.
The shack is the
home of the 80 Metre