This Years HARG swap meet is on Sunday the 9th of April, see News and Events for more information



Morse Tutor/Beacon 
We really don't know how much this service is utilised !
If you use it or have any other comments, please let the Secretary know.
If there is NO interest we may discontinue the service, the text is now very old and should be changed, but is it worth it ??


HARG hosts a CW (morse code) tutor on 3.685 MHz. The transmitter runs 35 watts into a G5RV antenna.


The tutor operates during the following times every day:
6.30am to 8.30am local time (22:30 to 00:30 UTC)
6.30pm to 8.30pm local time (10:30 to 12:30 UTC)

Signal reports to secretary@harg.org.au are welcome.

Weather Reporting


HARG also run a WX station and APRS Digipeater VK6AHR-3 on frequency 145.175 MHz



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Simplex Chat

HARG Members chat on a Simplex frequency of 145.525 MHz FM.

Key down and join us any time.



CONTACT DETAILS

Web page feedback, additions and corrections to webmaster@harg.org.au

Office Bearers
President Ray VK6ZRW
president@harg.org.au
Secretary Ian VK6DW
secretary@harg.org.au
Treasurer Cliff VK6LZ treasurer@harg.org.au



General
Admin Ian VK6DW
secretary@harg.org.au
QSL Mgr Ian VK6DW qsl_manager@harg.org.au



Members  vk6xx@harg.org.au callsign@harg.org.au



Postal Address

Hills Amateur Radio Group (Inc.)
PO BOX 367
KALAMUNDA WA 6926








Welcome to the online home of  the 

Hills Amateur Radio Group (Inc.)


 This is the Public page of the HARG Web site, Members please login via the Members button above for additional member only info.


The Hills Amateur Radio Group, affectionately known as HARG, is a club of enthusiasts who meet regularly to enjoy the hobby of Amateur Radio. Our club house is located in the hills east of Perth in Western Australia. We have members from all walks of life who share a common interest in the hobby of Amateur Radio and enjoy socialising as well as radio activities. The club call-sign is VK6AHR.

The Hills Amateur Radio Group was founded 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.

HARG meets twice each month, the second and the last Saturday of each month. The second Saturday is a social and activities day whilst the last Saturday of each month is a "formal" meeting (with talks).
Doors open at 1pm for 2pm meetings.
Visitors are always Welcome. 

On this site, you'll find more information on our activities, meetings, talks, projects and photographs. If you'd like to become a member, there is a membership form you can complete.

Recent News

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    Posted by Martin Stretton
  • HARGfest April 9 You are all warmly invited  to HARGfest, our annual Amateur Radio swap meet  to be held on Sunday 9th of April this year. The venue will be the same excellent ...
    Posted 3 Feb 2017, 21:42 by Martin Stretton
  • Merry Christmas Seasons greetings from all of us at The Hills Amateur Radio Group. While we don't have any formal activities  planned for January our shack will still be open on ...
    Posted 17 Dec 2016, 05:15 by Martin Stretton
  • HARG Christmas BBQ - December 17 This years HARG Christmas BBQ is on Saturday December 17  from midday at the HARG club rooms 5 Sanderson Rd Lesmurdie, all Amateurs  are most welcome. HARG are supplying the ...
    Posted 6 Dec 2016, 03:57 by Martin Stretton
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