Repeaters & Nets

The Club operates and maintains a number of voice and data repeaters around South East Queensland.

The official Club call sign is VK4WIG.

For a complete list of repeaters around Australia, please refer to the WIA Repeater Data publication provided by the Wireless Institute of Australia.


There is a morning net on – 146.700Mhz (123.0 tone) at 08:00 each day. (Springbrook)

Internet Radio Linking Project (IRLP)

The repeater VK4RGC on 146.700 MHz is available for global IRLP connections, our IRLP node number is 6702 as well Echolink 66702


The Club operates two (2) repeaters sites on the Gold Coast, 

Springbrook – Gold Coast

StatusCall signFrequencyOffsetTone
On LineVK4RGC146.700 MHz-600 kHz123.0
Off LineVK4RGC438.600 MHz-5 MHz91.5

Wongawallan – North Gold Coast

StatusCall signFrequencyOffsetTone
On LineVK4RBT147.200 MHz-1.600 MHz91.5
On LineVK4RBT439.825 MHz-5 MHz91.5
On LineVK4RBT439.825 MHz
-5 MHzNAC 293
On LineVK4RBT438.7125 MHz DMR-7 MHzDMARC
On LineVK4RBT145.175 MHzN/AAPRS


GCARS operates an APRS Digipeater which consists of a WX3in1 Mini – APRS Advanced Digipeater/I-Gate connected to a TAIT TM8115. Due to its location at Wongawallan, it provides great coverage across the Gold Coast and is supported by the following fill-in digipeaters:

VK2ARS-5 and VK4UT-1.

PHOTO: VK4RBT APRS Beacon being received whilst stationary mobile on a Yaesu FTM-400


VK4RGG – Clubhouse, Harper Street, Molendinar
50.058 MHz 6 Meter Beacon – Online