Totness Recreation Park VKFF-1754

For a variety of different reasons, I have not activated a park since the start of December 2019.  Today (Sunday 15th March 2020) was a beautiful sunny day so I decided to motivate myself and head out for a park activation.  I chose my local park, the Totness Recreation Park VKFF-1754.

Totness is just a short drive from my home, and as a result, I have activated Totness many times before.  The park is located about 40 km south-east of Adelaide in the Mount Lofty Ranges ‘Adelaide Hills’.

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Above:- Map showing the location of the Totness Recreation Park.  Map courtesy of Google maps.

Totness Recreation Park is about 41 hectares (101 acres) in size and was established on the 15th day of January 1970.  The park is dissected by the South Eastern Freeway (the main road between Adelaide and Melbourne).  The park is surrounded by rural properties that are primarily used for grazing.

Although it is designated as a Recreation Park, Totness has no visitor facilities.  There are walking trails in the park.  The park is not signposted nor is there a lot of parking options.  Access to the park is either via Haines Fire Track for the southern section or Milne Road for the northern section.  Milne Road runs off Mount Barker Road.

The land that is now Totness Recreation Park was formerly the property of the South Australian Railways and the Department of Transport.  The park was declared as the Totness National Parks Reserve on the 15th day of January 1970 and was re-designated as a recreation park on the 27th day of April 1972.

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Above:- An aerial view of the Totness Recreation Park looking west towards the city of Adelaide.  Image courtesy of Google maps.

The park takes its name from the area of Totness, which was named by William Hannaford (1825-1869) when he cut up section 2963 Hundred of Macclesfield in 1961.  He issued seventy-year leases with right of purchase which commenced in 1871.  Hannaford was born in Totnes Devon in 1825.  He emigrated to Australia aboard the Emma in 1845. The surrounding area was as known as Little Totness.

The town of Totnes in Devon, England is a small market town located at the head of the estuary of the River Dart.  The town has a long recorded history dating back to 907 when its first castle was built.  The spelling of the town is Totnes, unlike Totness in South Australia.

During the late 1800s and early 1900s, the wattle bark industry flourished in the vicinity of the park.  Stringybark trees were cut for firewood.  The nearby Mount Barker Tannery utilised the wattle bark for tanning leather and the firewood was used in steam boilers and brick kilns.

A significant portion of the southern section of the park was land which was originally granted to John Dunne in 1853.  Dunne was a significant figure in the early history of the town of Mount Barker.

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Above:- John Dunne.  Image courtesy of WIkipedia

Over 180 native plant species can be found in the park including messmate stringybark and manna gum woodlands which are now uncommon in much of their former range across the Mount Lofty Ranges.

Numerous native mammals can be found in the park including Western Grey kangaroos, Common ringtail possums, short-beaked echidnas and koalas.  Feral Fallow Deer can also be found in the park.

Birds SA have recorded about 57 species of bird in the park including Superb Fairywren, Striated Thornbill, Brown Thornbill, Buff-rumped Thornbill, Grey Shrike-thrush, Australian Golden Whistler, White-throated Treecreeper, Eastern Spinebill, Yellow-rumped Thornbill, and Red-browed Finch.

In the northern section of the park you can find an old South Australian Railways dam.  The dam was built in 1884 and was used until 1944 to provide water to the steam trains which travelled through Mount Barker from Adelaide to the seaside town of Victor Harbor.  Water was piped to an outlet at the Mount Barker Railway Station about 5 km away.  The dam also previously provided water for Mount Barker residents until 1955 with the commission of the Mannum-Adelaide pipeline.  Today, the dam is popular for fishing for Redfin.

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Above:- An aerial shot of the Totness Recreation Park showing the northern and southern sections dissected by the South Eastern Freeway.  Image courtesy of google maps.

I set up in my normal spot which is off Haines Firetrack.  There is a small area here where you can park your car without blocking the gate.  I set up my fold up table and deck chair just inside the gate and I ran the Yaesu FT-857d and the 20/40/80m linked dipole for the activation.

I called CQ on 7.144 and first in the log was Brenton VK3CM with a very strong 5/9 plus signal.  This was followed by Dennis VK2HHA, Colin VK3NQS and then Malcolm VK3OAK/p who was operating portable in the Mount Erip Flora Reserve VKFF-2397.

I went on to work a total of 39 stations on 40m including two further Park to Park contacts.  One with Adam VK2YK/5 who was in the Cobbler Creek Recreation Park VKFF-1699, and the other with John VK5HAA/p who was in the Kenneth Stirling Conservation Park VKFF-0781.  I also logged Peter VK3PF/p and Ross VK3NRB who were activating SOTA peak, Mount Shillinglaw.

When callers slowed down I had a tune across the 40m band and I found special event station VI3RA calling CQ on 7.160.  Over this weekend the Shepparton and District Amateur Radio Club with the kind permission of BAI Communications (Broadcast Australia) will connect amateur transceivers to the curtain array and rhombic antennas at the Broadcast Australia site in Shepparton which is located in North Central Victoria Australia. This site was previously a Radio Australia location which was the Shortwave Service from Australia. The Radio Australia transmissions from this site ceased in 2017.

After logging VI3RA I moved up to the 20m band and started calling CQ on 14.310.  Murray VK4MWB came back to my CQ call with a strong 5/8 signal.  Andrei ZL1TM then called in and although he was a weak signal, he made my log.  Unfortunately, they were my only 2 callers on 14.310.

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I then headed down to the ANZA DX Net on 14.183, but sadly they were just closing the net.  Net control Mike VK4JT kindly allowed me to give Alberto P29LL in Papua New Guinea a call.  Alberto was 5/8 and he gave me a 5/5 signal report.  Once the net had closed I logged a handful of stations on 14.183 including Ted VK6NTE with his normal big signal, Clem VK4XCS, and Greg VK4VXX.

I then moved to the 80m band where I logged Darryl VK5JDS and Joseph VK5WU.  To conclude the activation I moved back to 40m where I logged a further 8 stations on 7.130.  I couldn’t get back to 7.144 as the 40m band was very busy with a number of European stations.  I was also privileged to be called by Rex VK3OF who was at the mic of VI3RA.  Rex was instrumental in getting VI3RA on air.

THANK YOU to everyone who called me.  It was my first activation for a long time, and I had a lot of fun out in the afternoon sun having a chat.

I worked the following stations on 40m SSB:-

  1. VK3CM
  2. VK2HHA
  3. VK3NQS
  4. VK3OAK/p (Mount Erip Flora Reserve VKFF-2397)
  5. VK3SQ
  6. VK3ZPF
  7. VK4NH
  8. VK4DXA
  9. ZL4TY/VK4
  10. VK4HNS
  11. VK2EXA/p
  12. VK4TJ
  13. VK4/AC8WN
  14. VK4/VE6XT
  15. VK4SSN
  16. VK3TKK/m
  17. VK2YK/5 (Cobbler Creek Recreation Park VKFF-1699)
  18. VK2WI
  19. VK3NBL
  20. VK4FDJL
  21. VK4FARR
  22. VK3CFA
  23. VK1MIC
  24. VK3SH
  25. VK3STU
  26. VK5HAA/p (Kenneth Stirling Conservation Park VKFF-0781)
  27. VK2LEE
  28. VK2KJJ
  29. VK2UXO
  30. VK5KBJ
  31. VK3PF/p (SOTA VK3/ VE-068)
  32. VK3NRB/p (SOTA VK3/ VE-068)
  33. VK4SMA
  34. VK3MAB
  35. VK4CZ
  36. VK4MWB
  37. VK4SYD
  38. VK5FMAZ
  39. VK3VDX
  40. VI3RA
  41. VK3HK
  42. VK3SX
  43. VK2IO
  44. VK4OY
  45. VK3HBG
  46. VK7HCK
  47. VI3RA
  48. VK3OF
  49. VK7PSJ

I worked the following stations on 20m SSB:-

  1. P29LL
  2. VK4JT
  3. VK4GSF
  4. VK6NTE
  5. VK4XCS
  6. VK4VXX
  7. VK4BXX
  8. VK4/NN3Z

I worked the following stations on 80m SSB:-

  1. VK5JDS
  2. VK5WU

 

 

References.

Birds SA, 2020, <https://birdssa.asn.au/location/totness-recreation-park/>, viewed 15th March 2020.

Department for Environment and Heritage, 2007, Totness Recreation Park Management Plan.

State Library South Australia, 2020, <https://published.collections.slsa.sa.gov.au/placenamesofsouthaustralia/T.pdf>, viewed 15th March 2020.

Wikipedia, 2020, <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Totness_Recreation_Park>, viewed 15th March 2020.

Wikipedia, 2020, <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Totnes>, viewed 15th March 2020.

Youngsters On The Air (YOTA)

Whenever propagation has allowed, I have been chasing some of the Youngsters On The Air (YOTA) stations, predominantly on 20m.

From the YOTA website……

Youngsters on the air is a highly motivated group of people of all ages and from all over the world working together tightly to make sure that there will still be somebody to answer your CQ call in the future. We ensure that there is a next generation of amateur radio enthusiasts which bring new energy into the hobby. The future of amateur radio rests on the shoulders of Youngsters On The Air but without your support amateur radio might die out in the next decades.

I have worked a number of the YOTA stations and have achieved 15 points and in turn, have qualified for the YOTA certificate.

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Some more QRZ.com awards

In the last few days, I have received in the post a few more QRZ.com awards.

The first is the United States Counties award issued for having worked 250 United States Counties.

VK5PAS QRZ.com US Counties Award

The second is the Grid Squares Award issued for having made contact with amateur radio stations in at least one hundred unique Maidenhead grid squares.

VK5PAS QRZ.com Grid Square Award

And the third is the Continents of the World award issued for having made contact with amateur stations in each of the six continental zones of the world.

VK5PAS QRZ.com Continents Award

 

Kiata Flora and Fauna Reserve VKFF-2347

Our final park for our trip away was the Kiata Flora & Fauna Reserve VKFF-2347.  The park is located about 361 km northwest of the city of Melbourne and 14km east of the town of Nhill.

Again this was to be another unique park activation for the World Wide Flora Fauna (WWFF) program.

 

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Above:- Map showing the location of the Kiata Flora and Fauna Reserve in western Victoria.  Map courtesy of Protected Planet.

 

The park is located just south of the town of Kiata.  The name Kiata is believed to have derived from an Aboriginal word describing summer heat.  Much of the Kiata area was taken up for farm selections during the early 1870s.  The township of Kiata was surveyed in 1876.  In 1879 the Kiata West school was opened, and in 1881 the Kiata East school was opened.  In 1884 an Anglican church was opened.  The railway line was opened in 1887, and later there was a hotel, a store and a blacksmith.

In 1903 Kiata was described in the Australian handbook:

Today Kiata is just a small settlement.  The former Little Desert Hotel is now closed, while the school closed way back in 1968.

The park can be located just to the south of the town of Kiata on the southern side of the Western Highway, the main highway between Adelaide and Melbourne.

 

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Above:- An aerial view of the Kiata Flora & Fauna Reserve looking west.  Image courtesy of Google maps

 

The park is about 197 acres in size and conserves a small area of remnant bushland which was previously widespread in western Victoria prior to the area being cleared for farming by European settlers.

The park was alive with Rainbow Bee Eaters during our visit.  A number were quite happy to sit up on branches just a short distance from where we were operating.

We accessed the park via Kiata South Road.  We took a 4WD dirt track near the cemetery.  We ran the Yaesu FT-857d and the 20/40/80m linked dipole for this activation.

 

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Above:- AN aerial view of the Kiata Flora & Fauna Reserve showing our operating spot.  Image courtesy of Google Earth.

 

We only had a short time in Kiata, so I was hoping to whiz through the contacts as quickly as possible.  I called CQ on 7.140 and this was answered by Peter VK3PF who gave me his other two calls so I could reach the 10 and 44 QSOs quicker.  This was followed by Ivan VK5HS, Rob VK2VH, and then Ron VK3AHR.

Contact number ten came in just 5 minutes with a contact with John VK5NJ.  I logged a total of 28 contacts on 40m before Marija jumped into the operator’s chair.

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Marija’s first contact was with Adrian VK5FANA, followed by Ian VK5CZ/m, John VK5NJ, and then Ray VK4NH.  Marija’s tenth contact was with Peter VK3KAI.  Marija logged 15 contacts and had qualified the park for VKFF, so took control of the mic once again.

I logged a further 12 contacts on 40m from VK2, VK3, VK5, and VK7.  I now had 40 contacts in the log and was just 4 QSOs short of the target of 44.  I moved to the 20m band and logged 5 stations from VK2 and VK7.  My 44th contact was with Adam VK6GA/2.

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Marija worked the following stations on 40m SSB:-

  1. VK5FANA
  2. VK5CZ/m
  3. VK5NJ
  4. VK4NH
  5. VK4DXA
  6. ZL4TY/VK4
  7. VK2LX
  8. VK3GJC
  9. VK3PF
  10. VK3KAI
  11. VK3GV
  12. VK5PL
  13. VK2IO
  14. VK2VH
  15. VK4AAC/2

I worked the following stations on 40m SSB:-

  1. VK3PF
  2. VK3KAI
  3. VK3GV
  4. VK5HS
  5. VK2VH
  6. VK4AAC/2
  7. VK3AHR
  8. VK2VW
  9. VK5FANA
  10. VK5NJ
  11. VK5WG
  12. VK2LX
  13. VK4NH
  14. VK4DXA
  15. ZL4TY/VK4
  16. VK5PL
  17. VK4TJ
  18. VK4/AC8WN
  19. VK4/VE6XT
  20. VK4SSN
  21. VK3PAT
  22. VK3SQ
  23. VK3ATO
  24. VK5KLV
  25. VK3AXF
  26. VK5WU
  27. VK5LA
  28. VK5CZ/m
  29. VK5JN
  30. VK2NJ/5
  31. VK2UXO
  32. VK5YX
  33. VK7LG
  34. VK7PSJ
  35. VK3FKL
  36. VK2PKT
  37. VK5ZLG
  38. VK3PWG
  39. VK2YK
  40. VK4FDJL/5

I worked the following stations on 20m SSB:-

  1. VK2LX
  2. VK2YK
  3. VK7LG
  4. VK6GA/2
  5. VK2IO

We packed up and headed into the town of Nhill and went to the Australian Pinball Museum.

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The museum features pinball machines from a wide range of eras.

Some of the classic machines include Kiss (1979), Playboy (2002), and Star Wars (2017).

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The museum also features original pinball advertising memorabilia such as original advertising flyers, posters, and promotional products.

Below are a few videos I took in the museum.

We continued west and into the little town of Keith.  It was just a little before 6.00 p.m. local time and we planned on having a meal at the local pub, so we had a bit of time to have a look around the town.  One of the interesting sights in a landrover on a pole.

During the 1940s, the CSIRO found prosperity in the area. With the addition of trace elements, the area became a very productive area. The AMP Society funded the clearing of land to set up farming establishments.  There is also a display telling the story of the AMP Land Development Scheme.

We had a look at Pilmore Park where you can find a memorial for Andy Caldecott who was an off-road motorcycle racer.  He was born in Keith in 1964 and died in 2006 from a neck injury sustained in a crash in the Dakar Rally.

In the park, you can also see a Centurion army tank which spent the majority of its working life in the 1st Armoured Regiment and also saw service in Vietnam from late 1969.

We enjoyed a beautiful meal at the Keith Hotel.  I had kangaroo which was cooked to perfection, while Marija had salmon.

We continued west and stopped briefly at Culburra which was once a thriving self-supporting township.  Today very little remains, but there is a very interesting information board in the town which tells the story of the town.

We arrived home at around 9.00 p.m.

THANK YOU to everyone who called us during our 4 days away.  We had a lot of fun.

 

 

References.

Victorian Places, 2019, <https://www.victorianplaces.com.au/kiata>, viewed 10th December 2019

Wikipedia, 2019, <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andy_Caldecott>, viewed 10th December 2019

Wikipedia, 2019, <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keith,_South_Australia>, viewed 10th December 2019

Glenlee Flora and Fauna Reserve VKFF-2323

Our third park for Monday (2nd December 2019) was the Glenlee Flora & Fauna Reserve VKFF-2323.  The park is located about 371 km northwest of the city of Melbourne and about 19 km south of the town of Jeparit.

This was to be another first-time activation for the World Wide Flora & Fauna (WWFFO) program.

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Above:- Map showing the location of the Glenlee Flora & Fauna Reserve.  Map courtesy of Protected Planet.

The Glenlee Flora & Fauna Reserve is a large park comprising about 1,369 acres of remnant scrub which is split into blocks.

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Above:- An aerial shot of the park looking north.  Image courtesy of Google maps.

The park consists of Buloke, Box, Cypress Pine and Sugar Gum.

During our visit to the park, we encounter the resident Hooded Robins and a bird of prey who was being harassed by some smaller birds.

We set up on a track in the northern section of the park.  Our operating equipment was the Yaesu FT-857d and the 20/40/80m linked dipole supported on the 7-metre telescopic squid pole.

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Above:- An aerial shot of the Glenlee Flora & Fauna Reserve showing our operating spot.  Image courtesy of Google Earth.

I kicked off the activation by calling CQ on 7.144.  First in the log was Peter VK3PF, followed by Rob VK2VH, and then Grant VK2LX.  Seven minutes into the activation and I had qualified the park for VKFF with a contact with Ian VK5CZ who has recently become a regular park activator and hunter.

I logged a total of 30 QSOs on 40m from VK2, VK3, VK4, VK5, and VK7.  I then handed over the mic to Marija.

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Marija called CQ on 7.144 and logged John VK5NJ, Adrian VK5FANA, Ian VK5CZ, and then Rob VK2VH.  About five minutes later Marija had qualified the park for VKFF with a contact with regular park hunter Grant VK2LX.

Marija logged a total of 23 stations on 40m before I jumped back into the operator’s chair.

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I logged a further 7 stations before heading off to the 20m band.  I logged a total of 12 stations on 20m from VK2, VK3, VK4, and VK5.  Contact number 44 was with Ray VK4NH.  I then moved to 80m where a number of CQ calls resulted in just the one contact with Ivan VK5HS.

To complete the activation I called CQ on 21.244 on the 15m band where I logged a total of 6 stations from VK2, VK4, VK5, and VK7.

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Marija worked the following stations on 40m SSB:-I worked the following stations on 40m SSB:-

  1. VK5NJ
  2. VK5FANA
  3. VK5CZ
  4. VK2VH
  5. VK4AAC/2
  6. VK5PL
  7. VK3AHR
  8. VK3AZN
  9. VK2PI
  10. VK2LX
  11. VK3UH
  12. VK5KLV
  13. VK7OT
  14. VK3MIJ
  15. VK5WU
  16. VK3PF
  17. VK3SQ
  18. VK4NH
  19. VK4DXA
  20. ZL4TY/VK4
  21. VK5HS
  22. VK5KBJ
  23. VK5JP

I worked the following stations on 40m SSB:-

  1. VK3PF
  2. VK2VH
  3. VK4AAC/2
  4. VK2LX
  5. VK5FANA
  6. VK7OT
  7. VK2IO
  8. VK5LA
  9. VK5HS
  10. VK5CZ
  11. VK4NH
  12. VK4DXA
  13. ZL4TY/VK4
  14. VK2VW
  15. VK5NJ
  16. VK5PL
  17. VK3MCK
  18. VK5WG
  19. VK4FDJL/5
  20. VK3UH
  21. VK3FCMC
  22. VK2YK
  23. VK5FAAH
  24. VK3AHR
  25. VK4TJ
  26. VK4/AC8WN
  27. VK4/VE6XT
  28. VK4SSN
  29. VK3PI
  30. VK3MIJ
  31. VK3SQ
  32. VK5KBJ
  33. VK3BCM
  34. VK3AZN
  35. VK5KLV
  36. VK3KAI
  37. VK3GV

I worked the following stations on 20m SSB:-

  1. VK3PF
  2. VK3KAI
  3. VK3GV
  4. VK5WG
  5. VK5KLV
  6. VK2LX
  7. VK4NH
  8. VK4DXA
  9. ZL4TY/VK4
  10. VK3SQ
  11. VK2IO
  12. VK3EKA

I worked the following station on 80m SSB:-

  1. VK5HS

I worked the following stations on 15m SSB:-

  1. VK7JON
  2. VK4NH
  3. VK4DXA
  4. ZL4TY/VK4
  5. VK2VW
  6. VK5FANA

 

References.

Protected Planet, 2019, <https://www.protectedplanet.net/glenlee-f-f-r-nature-conservation-reserve>, viewed 10th December 2019

Gerang Gerung North Flora and Fauna Reserve VKFF-2319

Our second park for the day (Monday 2nd December 2019) was the Gerang Gerung North Flora & Fauna Reserve VKFF-2319 which is located about 353 km northwest of the city of Melbourne.

This was to be a first-time activation of the park for the World Wide Flora & Fauna (WWFF) program.

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Above:- Map showing the location of the Gerang Gerung Flora & Fauna Reserve.  Map courtesy of Protected Planet.

As we drove along the Gerang-Glenlee Road we saw two signs.  The first was for Mallee Dam Flora Reserve and a little further on was a sign for Gerang-Gerung Recreation Reserve.  We consulted the maps and confirmed that we were in the right place and this was, in fact, the Gerang Gerung Flora and Fauna Reserve.

The park is located on the northern side of the Western Highway, the main highway between Adelaide and Melbourne.

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Above:- An aerial view of the Gerang Gerung Flora & Fauna Reserve, looking west.  Image courtesy of Google Maps.

The park is about 267 acres in size and conserves a piece of remnant bush surrounded by cleared farming land.  Angle Road and the Gerang-Glenlee Road dissect the park.

We drove down a dirt track on the northern side of the park and set up amongst a clearing in the scrub.

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Above:- An aerial shot of the Gerang Gerung North Flora & Fauna Reserve showing out operating spot.  Image courtesy of Google Earth.

I called CQ on 7.144 and this was answered by Peter VK3PF, followed by Geoff VK3SQ, Grant VK2LX, and Rob VK2VH.  Contact number ten came 5 minutes into the activation, with a QSO with Adrian VK5FANA.

Despite it being a weekday, there was a steady flow of callers.  The 40m band was in good shape again, with close-in propagation existing again into VK5 and around VK3.

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With 20 contacts in the log, it was time for Maija to qualify the park for VKFF.  Marija called CQ on 7.140 and this was answered by regular park hunter Peter VK3PF, followed by another regular Don VK3MCK, Chris VK3PAT, and then Ron VK3AHR.

Marija’s tenth contact came just 6 minutes after calling CQ, with a QSO with Les VK5KLV.  Marija logged a total of 13 stations on 40m from VK2, VK3, and VK5, before we again swapped the mic.

I logged a further 9 stations on 40m before heading to the 20m band.  First in the log on 20m was ‘Mr. Reliable’ John VK4TJ with a good 5/7 signal.  I logged a total of 9 stations on 20m.  I was very surprised to be able to work David VK5PL in the lower Barossa Valley and Les VK5KLV in Port Augusta.

I then moved to 80m, logging 4 stations from VK2, VK3, and VK5.  To finish off the activation I tried 15m where I logged four contacts, all from Queensland.

Marija worked the following stations on 40m SSB:-

  1. VK3PF
  2. VK3MCK
  3. VK3PAT
  4. VK3AHR
  5. VK2VH
  6. VK4AAC/2
  7. VK5FANA
  8. VK2VK
  9. VK2VW
  10. VK5KLV
  11. VK5WG
  12. VK5LA
  13. VK3SQ

I worked the following stations on 40m SSB:-

  1. VK3PF
  2. VK3SQ
  3. VK2LX
  4. VK2VH
  5. VK4AAC/2
  6. VK2IO
  7. VK5QD
  8. VK5WG
  9. VK2VW
  10. VK5FANA
  11. VK5PL
  12. VK3ZLT
  13. VK5HS
  14. VK5WU
  15. VK4TJ
  16. VK4/AC8WN
  17. VK4/VE6XT
  18. VK4SSN
  19. VK3UH
  20. VK2YK
  21. VK4FDJL/5
  22. VK3AHR
  23. VK5FRSM
  24. VK2UXO
  25. VK5LA
  26. VK5KLV
  27. VK3PAT
  28. VK5NJ
  29. VK3DRT

I worked the following stations on 20m SSB:-

  1. VK4TJ
  2. VK4/Ac8WN
  3. VK4/VE6XT
  4. VK4SSN
  5. VK2LX
  6. VK5PL
  7. VK2IO
  8. VK2VW
  9. VK5KLV

I worked the following stations on 80m SSB:-

  1. VK5HS
  2. VK3PF
  3. VK2VH
  4. VK4AAC/2

I worked the following stations on 15m SSB:-

  1. VK4NH
  2. VK4DXA
  3. ZL4TY/VK4
  4. VK4TJ

 

References.

Protected Planet, 2019, <https://www.protectedplanet.net/gerang-gerung-north-f-r-nature-conservation-reserve>, viewed 10th December 2019