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A Port Stephens Amateur Radio Club was a dream of Richard Osborne  (VK2FRKO). After looking at the call book 2007 it was noted that there were some 60 hams in the district of Port Stephens. So the idea was put forward within a small group of us with like minded ideas and we ventured into trying to get people interested. We had a local scribe do a in depth inteview and publised it in the local paper. To our suprise the response was terrific, so the motions were put into place and the first thing obtained was a club call: VK2AOJ And all this before the first meeting. Now that spelt confidence in what we were trying to achieve!

And now - with our 9th year starting up  - the club is healthy, growing and active. Have a look around this web site to see and read about what we are doing!

For all enquiries please contact

the Secretary



welcome to our web site !

The Coast Guard building in Lemon Tree Passage, where we meet.Our regular meeting place is the building of the Marine Rescue - Lemon Tree Passage who offer us monthly hospitality.

Meetings take place on the first Sunday of every month and start around 10 AM.

All Amateur Radio Operators or anyone interested in electronics are encouraged to join our club. 

Everyone Welcome









During the  Annual General Meeting - on Sunday April 2ND- the committee for the year 2017 /18 was elected as follows:



Position Name Call
President: Richard Osborne VK2FRKO
Secretary: Leigh Aanensen
Treasurer: Allan Hill
Committee Member: Mark Sheehan
Committee Member: Diane Wilson VK2FDNE