Amateur Radio, Communications & Electronics in the 21st Century

Welcome to the official website of the Bunya Mountains and District Amateur Radio Club Inc.
We are about 15 amateur radio enthusiasts from the Western Downs & Wide Bay Burnett area. Activities are many, such as UHF & VHF operation, HF DX'ing, local chat on our 2m & 70cm repeaters on top of the Bunya Mountains, Scouts, Excursions, Camps and much more. We also provide communications services at the Jandowae Trail Bike Ride.
Feel free to browse around our website and explore the hobby! We hope to hear you on the air soon. Please note: By using this website you agree with our
legal notices. All prices shown are in Australian Dollars.

Next Meeting : 5th September 2020 - A.G.M. (Click Here for more details)

Getting your License is easy!

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The hobby of Amateur Radio has a long and proud tradition. The very first radio amateurs were true pioneers of radio technology. Amateurs 'invented' and refined much of the early radio technology and were the first to transmit music, radio plays, and information to the handful of people who had the new fangled radio receivers.

After World War II the hobby of amateur radio flourished. Radio clubs sprang up in schools all over the world and kids went home each night to build some new contraption, or have a chat with someone over the wireless. These young people became the mainstay of the technical professions and developed much of the modern technology we use today.

We have 3 Repeaters within the Darling Downs. Click Here to view our Repeater Information.

Download our Repeater Information Sheet here: High Quality PDF, Low Quality PDF (for slow connections)

We run 80m HF and 2m VHF Nets each week. Click Here to view our Net Times.