Esperance Emergency Services Frequencies ?

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Esperance Emergency Services Frequencies ?

Post by Diceman » Thu Jan 23, 2014 7:37 pm

I am new to the area & after Fire & Rescue & BushFire Brigades due to been in a high risk area.

Sorry if this is not the right place to ask :oops:

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Re: Esperance Emergency Services Frequencies ?

Post by Zebedee » Thu Jan 23, 2014 8:11 pm

Hiya! Welcome to WARSUG, glad you found us :)

This document is a couple of years old now and may not be absolutely up to date, but it shows the WAERN (WA Emergency Radio Network I think it stands for) channels and frequencies:

http://warsug.info/warsug/frequencies/W ... 0freqs.pdf

Looking at that, you might want to check out channels 186 and 187 (162.5375 MHz and 163.8875 MHz), then channel 282 (162.1500 MHz) and 616 (162.8375 MHz). There may well be others that are used too but it should give you a good starting point.

(By the way that document was in the DFES/DPaW section in a sticky'd thread called "The one-stop shop for DFES information" which has other stuff too that might be of use...)
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Re: Esperance Emergency Services Frequencies ?

Post by Diceman » Thu Jan 23, 2014 8:18 pm

Thanks i like getting the heads up on fires.

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