Welcome to VK8DA
Darwin Amateur Radio Club
Amateur radio operators in Darwin form an interesting group who meet regularly to promote the interests of amateur radio and to share technical information and socialise.
Apart from pursuing our own personal interests, members of DARC operate Darwins' emergency radio network which includes personnel operating from cyclone shelters during an emergency. We also provide operators for organisations such as the Red Cross.
There are dozens of other radio operators operating throughout the Territory who interact on occasions - for example, when there are emergency warnings, they are able to activate radio links and share information.
The Darwin Amateur Radio Club
is one of the oldest clubs in Darwin. It provides emergency radio communication in times of need, as well as flexible communication networks for major social and sporting events throughout the Territory. The club is the agency through which Territorians can gain their amateur radio licences.
A series of photos provided by Tom VK8NTF that provides an historical account of the Club Installing our mast and antennas. [columnhelper col-md-6] [columnhelper col-md-6] [hcolumns] [columnhelper col-md-6] [columnhelper col-md-6] [hcolumns] [columnhelper col-md-6] [columnhelper col-md-6] … Continued
A fitting moment at our XMAS gathering for the club to receive its XMAS present.https://www.yaesu.com/jp/en/wires-x/index.php The station Manager at work.. The excitement from the watching crowd ! The new Yaesu repeater VK8RTE is now running on 147.000 MHz -600. It … Continued
Darwin Amateur Radio club Northern Territory 75th Anniversary of the Bombing of Darwin – 19th Feb 1942 Active 0330Z 18th February 2017 to 1630Z 28th March 2017, NT Australia
A few gathered today to do a little antenna maintenance. Click to see a view from the cherrie picker. We also mounted the V H F folded dipole to the mast. Thanks to all the workers.
Thanks to the estate of Terry VK8TA sk the auction was A great success