to one of the
largest Amateur Radio Clubs in Australia with over 200 members.
Celebrating 50 years of progress through activity.
Westlakes Amateur Radio Club is located at York
Street,Teralba on the Western
shores of Lake Macquarie which is 100 Kilometres NNE of
Sydney and 10 Kilometres
SW of Newcastle NSW.
We are a not for profit
club, with the aim of promoting Amateur Radio in all its
and enjoyment. The club is not gender specific, having
both female and male members.
Members come from all walks of life with a mix of
experience, young and mature,
novice and technical.
The most important aspect of
the club is the willingness of all members to share
knowledge for the benefit of others.
To find out more about the
club and it's activities, please follow the various
links on our website or
contact one of our members, or
come along to our meetings.
Canteen and activity room are provided and the club is
also home to the WIA QSL Bureau.
Please call in when you are in the area. Tea and coffee
are always on.
What is Amateur
Are you new to
Amateur Radio? and you like to know more about our most
rewarding, interesting, educational, democratic hobby,
click here, and
we tell you all about our exciting hobby!
15,000 Radio Amateurs in
Australia. It's a hobby for most and is a form of
communication and probably the earliest form of social
networking. It's ham radio. But what does it entail
Sunday News Broadcast
The Westlakes news broadcast is
every Sunday at 9am
on 2 meters at 146.775 MHz
and now also at 7pm on 80 meters at
Due to factors beyond our control
the display at the
This Sunday 30th October will NOT
Boot Sale on the 19th of November to offer
left over items from the Field Day.
Check your Shack and Garage for any sailable items and turn them into
One rule though, whatever you bring in to sell, if not
then you must take it home with you…
The club is open:
Saturday from around
11:00 am. Also on a
Tuesday evening from
around 6:00 pm
and of course visitors are always welcome!
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