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Sets out the procedures.
Administered by: Communications and the Arts
Made 04 Dec 2000
Registered 19 Apr 2005
Date of repeal 01 Oct 2015
Repealed by Sunsetting

 

Commonwealth of Australia

 

 

Australian Communications Authority

 

Radiocommunications Act 1992

 

 

Radiocommunications Spectrum Marketing Plan

(2 GHz Band) 2000

 

THE AUSTRALIAN COMMUNICATIONS AUTHORITY makes this Marketing Plan under section 39A of the Radiocommunications Act 1992.

 

 

 

Dated 4 December 2000

 

 

 

 

A J SHAW

Chair

 

 

 

 

G W LUTHER

Senior Executive Manager

Radiocommunications

 

 

 

 

Australian Communications Authority

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CONTENTS

Section No.

 

PART 1- PRELIMINARY

 

1.1                               Title

1.2                               Commencement

1.3                               Purpose

1.4                               Interpretation

 

PART 2-ALLOCATION OF SPECTRUM LICENCES

 

2.1                               Issue of spectrum licences

2.2                               Identification of lots

2.3                               Allocation of lots

2.4                               How licences will be allocated

2.5                               Lot ratings

2.6                               Advertising auction

2.7                               Registration

2.8                               Amount of eligibility payment

2.9                               Entitlement to licence

2.10                             Sample licence

2.11                             Core licence conditions

2.12                             Other licence conditions

2.13                             Determination of core licence conditions

2.14                             Emission limits

2.15                             Agreements about emission limits

2.16                             Duration of licences

2.17                             Registration of licences

2.18                             Trading in licences

2.19                             Spectrum licences that are about to expire

2.20                             Re-issue of licences

 

PART 3-SPECTRUM USAGE AND COMPATIBILITY

 

3.1                               Compatibility requirements

 

SCHEDULES

 

Schedule 1                   Description of geographic areas containing lots for re-allocation

Schedule 2                   Coordinates of geographic areas

Schedule 3                   Description of lots

Schedule 4                   Sample licence

Schedule 5                   Emission limits outside the area

Schedule 6                   Emission limits outside the band

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Summary of marketing plan

The Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts has made a spectrum re-allocation declaration under section 153B of Part 3.6 of the Act with respect to the 2 GHz bands in specified geographic areas.  The effect of this declaration is that the areas and parts of the spectrum referred to in the declaration are subject to re-allocation by issuing spectrum licences.  The declaration sets a “re-allocation period” during which time it is intended that the spectrum licences will be allocated.  Apparatus licences in a part of the spectrum covered by a declaration will be cancelled automatically at the end of the re-allocation period (section 153H of the Act).  The Act also requires that the declaration must set a “re-allocation deadline”.  The significance of the re-allocation deadline is that where a re-allocation declaration states that a part of the spectrum should be re-allocated by issuing spectrum licences, at least one licence must be issued by the re-allocation deadline.  If no spectrum licences are issued by the re-allocation deadline, the declaration is taken to have been revoked immediately after the deadline (section 153K of the Act).

A summary of the overall process is as follows:

·      Parts of the 2 GHz bands have been divided into lots for sale.  The lots consist of a geographic area and a particular bandwidth.  It is intended that these lots will be allocated and become the subject of spectrum licences.

·      Allocation will be by way of a simultaneous ascending auction (details are in the Radiocommunications (Spectrum Licence Allocation — 2 GHz Band) Determination 2000).

·      The ACA will advertise details of the auction as soon as practicable after this Plan is published.  This will be at least one month before the date of the auction.  Interested parties must register to take part in the auction before the closing date.

·      The successful applicant for a lot will be entitled to have a spectrum licence issued that includes the lot as soon as practicable after the ACA has received payment of the final bid price for the lot and payment of the spectrum access charge (section 62 (2) of the Act).

·      A spectrum licence will contain core conditions and conditions relating to other aspects of spectrum use (sections 66-71 of the Act).  An example of a spectrum licence is attached.

·      The licence will come into force on the day specified in the licence, and will be in force for the period set out in the licence (section 65 of the Act).  This period cannot be longer than 15 years.  The ACA intends that all licences for a particular band be in force for 15 years.

·      The ACA will publish information regarding licences that are due to expire during the two years before the expiry date (section 78 of the Act).  Current licensees will also receive periodic reminders that their licence is due to expire.

·      Re-allocation of licences will be by way of price based allocation (sections 80, 81).  Only if it is in the public interest to do so will the ACA re-issue spectrum licences to existing licensees without conducting a re-allocation (section 82).

 


PART 1-PRELIMINARY

 

Title

             1.1   This Plan is called the Radiocommunications Spectrum Marketing Plan (2 GHz Band) 2000.

Commencement

            1.2.   This Plan commences on 4 December 2000.

Purpose

            1.3.   (1)     This Plan sets out procedures and a timetable for issuing spectrum licences that authorise the operation of radiocommunications devices in those parts of the 2 GHz band that are subject to a re-allocation declaration.

              (2)   This Plan also sets out matters a licensee must take into account in operating devices under a licence.

Interpretation

            1.4.   (1)     In this Plan:

 

Act means the Radiocommunications Act 1992.

 

Advisory Guidelines means the following documents made by the ACA under section 262 of the Act, as in force from time to time:

              (a)   Radiocommunications Advisory Guidelines (Protection of Apparatus-licensed and Class-licensed Receivers - 2 GHz Band) 2000; and

              (b)   Radiocommunications Advisory Guidelines (Managing Interference from Apparatus-licensed and Class-licensed Transmitters  - 2 GHz Band) 2000; and

              (b)   Radiocommunications Advisory Guidelines (Registration of Devices under Spectrum Licences without an Interference Impact Statement) 1998.

 

Allocation Determination means the Radiocommunications (Spectrum Licence Allocation — 2 GHz Band) Determination 2000.

 

cell means a square with a side measured in degrees, and where appropriate, minutes and seconds, by reference to the Australian National Spheroid.

 

geographic area, for a licence, means the area within which operation of a radiocommunications device is authorised under the licence.

 

HAPS means a high altitude platform station located on an object at an altitude of 20 to 50 km and at a specified, nominal, fixed point relative to the earth (see ITU Radio Regulations Article S1.66A).

 

harmful interference means interference that:

(a)        endangers the functioning of a radio-navigation service or

other safety services; or

(b)        seriously degrades, obstructs, or repeatedly interrupts a

radiocommunication service.

 

horizontally radiated power, for a radiocommunications device, means the product of:

(a)    the maximum true mean power within the frequency band of the licence authorising the operation of the device, measured in units of dBm EIRP per 30 kHz at the antenna connector; and

(b)   the antenna gain relative to an isotropic antenna in a specified direction reference from, and in the horizontal plane containing, the phase centre of the antenna used with the device.

 

in-band, means:

(a)    for a transmitter operated under a spectrum licence, the frequencies within the frequency band to which the licence relates; and

(b)   for a receiver operating within the space of a spectrum licence, the frequencies within the frequency band to which the licence relates; and

(c)    for a transmitter or receiver operating under an apparatus licence, the frequencies within the lower frequency limit and the upper frequency limit of its spectrum access.

 

lot means a part of the spectrum described in section 2.2.

 

lot rating, for a lot, means the value for the lot set by the ACA under section 2.5.

 

maximum true mean power means the true mean power measured in a 30 kHz rectangular bandwidth that is located within a specified frequency band such that the true mean power is the maximum of true mean powers produced;

[Note: The power within a 30 kHz rectangular bandwidth is normally established by taking measurements using either an adjacent channel power meter or a spectrum analyser.  The accuracy of measuring equipment, measurement procedure and any corrections to measurements necessary to take account of practical filter shape factors would normally be in accordance with good engineering practice.]

 

mean power  means the average power measured during an interval of time that is at least 10 times the period of the lowest modulation frequency;

 

peak power means the average power measured within a specified bandwidth during one radio frequency cycle at the crest of the signal envelope;

 

population means the notional population of a lot, fixed by the ACA and set out in column 4 of an item in Schedule 1;

 

re-allocation means the re-allocation of spectrum by the issue of spectrum licences in accordance with a re-allocation declaration;

 

re-allocation declaration means the declaration made by the Minister under section 153B of the Act for a part of the spectrum in the 2 GHz band;

 

spectrum map grid  means the map grid developed by the ACA for Australia, showing cells the sides of which measure 3 degrees of arc, 1 degree of arc or 5 minutes of arc, published by the ACA.

 

standard trading unit (STU) means a parcel of spectrum space that consists of:

(a)         a geographic area equal to a cell of the spectrum map grid; and

(b)        a frequency band having lower and upper frequency limits of each segment defined by:

(i)    1900 + [n x 0.25] MHz  and  1900 +  [(n+1) x 0.25] MHz respectively, where n is an integer from 0 to 79 (inclusive); or

(ii)    1920 + [n x 0.25] MHz  and  1920 + [(n+1) x 0.25] MHz respectively, where n is an integer from 0 to 239 (inclusive); or

(iii)   2110 + [n x 0.25] MHz  and  2110 + [(n+1) x 0.25] MHz respectively, where n is an integer from 0 to 239 (inclusive).

 

terrestrial, for a transmitter, means a transmitter that is not located on a HAPS.

 

true mean power means:

(a) if an unmodulated carrier is present - the mean power measured while the unmodulated carrier is present; and

(b) if an unmodulated carrier is not present - the mean power measured while transmitted information is present.

 

2 GHz band means the following frequency bands:

(a) 1900 MHz – 1920 MHz (the 2 GHz Lower Band)

(b) 1920 MHz – 1980 MHz (the 2 GHz Upper Band A)

(c) 2110 MHz – 2170 MHz (the 2 GHz Upper Band B).

 

[Note:  A number of expressions used in this Plan are defined in the Act, including:

ACA

Licensee

apparatus licence

public or community service

core condition

spectrum licence.]

frequency band

 

 

            (2)        In this Plan, the range of numbers that identifies a frequency band includes the higher, but not the lower, number.


 

PART 2-ALLOCATION OF SPECTRUM LICENCES

Issue of spectrum licences

            2.1.   (1)     The ACA will issue spectrum licences for the parts of the spectrum in the 2 GHz band that are subject to the re-allocation declaration. 

              (2)   The ACA will issue the licences to the persons to whom the licences are allocated under a price-based allocation system determined under section 60 of the Act.

              (3)   No part of the spectrum in the 2 GHz band subject to this Marketing Plan will be reserved for public or community services.

Identification of lots

            2.2.   (1)     The ACA has divided the parts of the spectrum that have been declared for re-allocation by the Minister into lots.

              (2)   Each lot represents a part of the spectrum that is defined in terms of its geographic area and frequency band.

              (3)   The geographic area of a lot is the area described in Schedule 2 for the area named in column 2 of Schedule 3 for the lot.

              (4)   The frequency band of a lot described in Schedule 3 comprises the frequencies in the frequency range greater than the frequency set out in columns 4 and 6 of an item in Schedule 3 up to and including the frequency set out in columns 5 and 7of the item.

Allocation of lots

            2.3.   (1)     Lots will be allocated and will then become the subject of spectrum licences.

              (2)   The ACA will issue spectrum licences to cover the lots that have been allocated in accordance with this Marketing Plan.

[Note:     The ACA issues spectrum licences under Subdivision B of Division 1 of Part 3.2 of the Act.]

How licences will be allocated

            2.4.   (1)     The first allocation will be by simultaneous ascending auction, in accordance with the procedures set out in the Allocation Determination.

[Note: The determination sets out the procedures for allocating spectrum licences by a simultaneous ascending auction.]

 

              (2)   All of the lots listed in Schedule 3 will be available for auction at the same time.

              (3)   The ACA may hold further allocations by a means to be determined by the ACA under section 60 of the Act.

              (4)   However, the ACA will not hold an auction if:

              (a)   the total amount of bandwidth nominated for each area by all applicants for the area, is equal to or less than the bandwidth available for the area; and

              (b)   the ACA offers each applicant a licence for a bandwidth, in the area nominated by the applicant, at the starting bid price; and

              (c)   each applicant accepts the licence offered.

[Note: In this case, the ACA will allocate the licences for a pre-determined price - see Part 3 of the Radiocommunications (Spectrum Licence Allocation — 2 GHz Band) Determination 2000.]

              (5)   If an applicant rejects a licence offered, the ACA may:

              (a)   withdraw from sale all spectrum covered by the licences offered; or

              (b)   allocate all that spectrum by auction; or

              (c)   allocate licences to the applicants who have accepted the offered licences and, for lots covered by licences that were refused:

                           (i)   allocate those lots by auction, in accordance with the Allocation Determination; or

                          (ii)   withdraw those lots from allocation and allocate the spectrum covered by those lots at a later date.

Lot ratings

            2.5.   (1)     Each lot has a lot rating fixed by the ACA.

              (2)   The lot rating for a lot is the value set out in column 3 of the item in Schedule 3 in which the lot is mentioned.

              (3)   The lot rating is used as the basis for working out an applicant’s initial eligibility and the eligibility payment payable by an applicant.  Details of these are in sections 2.5A, 2.6 and 2.7 of the Allocation Determination.

Advertising auction

            2.6.   (1)     The ACA will advertise details of the auction as soon as practicable after this Plan is published.

              (2)   Details of the advertisement is set out in section 2.2 of the Allocation Determination.

              (3)   The ACA will not conduct an auction until at least 30 days after the publication of this advertisement.

Registration

            2.7.   (1)     The advertisement will invite people to apply to the ACA to take part in the auction. 

              (2)   The ACA will make available to interested people an Applicant Information Package that contains more detail about application requirements and the auction process.  Details of what is in the Package are in section 2.3 of the Allocation Determination.

              (3)   Anyone wishing to take part in the auction must lodge their application by the application closing date in the advertisement and pay their eligibility payment and performance payment or lodge their Deed of Financial Security by the eligibility payment date.  Details of how to apply are in Part 2 of the Allocation Determination.

Amount of eligibility payment

            2.8.   An applicant for registration must pay an eligibility payment by the eligibility payment date.  The amount of eligibility payment payable is based on the eligibility nominated by the applicant in the application for registration.

[Note:  To find out how the eligibility payment is worked out see section 2.7 of the Allocation Determination.]

Entitlement to licence

            2.9.   Except where allocation limits set out in Part 1A of the Allocation Determination are exceeded, a successful applicant for a lot is entitled to be issued a licence that includes the lot as soon as practicable after the balance of bid price is received by the ACA.

[Note:  Details of payment requirements for the balance of bid price are in Part 5 of the Allocation Determination.]

Sample licence

          2.10.   Schedule 4 sets out:

              (a)   a sample spectrum licence; and

              (b)   the conditions that may be included in a spectrum licence that is issued in a part of the spectrum referred to in the re-allocation declaration.

Core licence conditions

          2.11.   (1)     Section 66 of the Act requires a licence to contain core conditions that define the parts of the spectrum that can be used under the licence, in terms of:

              (a)   frequency band; and

              (b)   geographic area; and

              (c)   emission limits outside the area; and

              (d)   emission limits outside the band.

              (2)   These conditions will be included in the licence.

Other licence conditions

          2.12.   The licence will also include conditions about:

              (a)   payment of charges (section 67 of the Act); and

              (b)   use by third parties (section 68); and

              (c)   registration of transmitters (section 69); and

              (d)   other matters that the ACA may include in the licence (section 71).

Determination of core licence conditions

          2.13.   (1)     The core conditions for the geographic area of a licence will apply to the area or the aggregation of areas described in Schedule 2 that cover the lots allocated to the licensee in the allocation under section 60 of the Act.

              (2)   The core conditions for frequency bands will apply to the bands or aggregation of bands described in columns 4 and 5 of Schedule 3 that cover the lots allocated to the licensee.

Emission limits

          2.14.   (1)     The emission limits outside the area for all licences are worked out in accordance with Schedule 5.

              (2)   The emission limits outside the band for all licences are worked out in accordance with Schedule 6.

[Note:  These core conditions may be varied by the ACA with the licensee’s agreement - see section 72 of the Act.]

Agreements about emission limits

            2.15.    A licensee may enter into an agreement for the purpose of:

(a)        core condition 7 as specified in the sample licence in schedule 4 (about emission limits outside the geographic area of the licence); or

(b)        core condition 15 as specified in the sample licence in schedule 4 (about emission limits outside the frequency band of the licence); or

(c)        both of those core conditions.

The agreement must be in accordance with the form set out in Schedule 5 to the licence.

Duration of licences

          2.16.   The licences issued under this Plan will be for fixed terms of 15 years.

 

[Notes:   1.   Section 65 of the Act provides that the maximum duration of a spectrum licence is 15 years.

2.   The licences will start on 12 October 2002, immediately after the end of the reallocation period.]

Registration of licences

          2.17.   (1)     The ACA will register licences, as required by section 144 of the Act. 

[Note: Details about registration are in the Radiocommunications (Contents of Register) Determination No.1 of 1997.]

              (2)   Each spectrum licence will include a condition that prohibits operation of a transmitter unless any requirements under Part 3.5 of the Act to have the transmitter registered have been met.

[Note: Section 69 of the Act deals with this.]

              (3)   Transmitters that are part of a group of transmitters may be registered individually or as a group.

 

                        (4)        The ACA does not propose to register a mobile transmitter that operates in the 2 GHz band with maximum radiated true mean power of 24.5 dBm or less.

Trading in licences

          2.18.   As permitted by Division 5 of Part 3.2 of the Act, a licensee may assign or otherwise deal with the whole or any part of a licence.  The ACA has made rules under section 88 of the Act to regulate trading in licences.  The rules restrict trading by reference to whole standard trading units and minimum contiguous bandwidth.

Spectrum licences that are about to expire

          2.19.   (1)     As required by section 78 of the Act, the ACA will publish notices periodically in the Gazette:

              (a)   stating where information can be obtained about spectrum licences that are due to expire within the next two years; and

              (b)   inviting expressions of interest from people who want to have these licences issued to them.

              (2)   The information will also be available from any of the ACA’s Area Offices. 

              (3)   The ACA will also send licensees regular reminders during the last two years of the term of their licences that the licences are due to expire.

Re-issue of licences

          2.20.   (1)     The ACA will re-issue licences, in accordance with Division 4 of Part 3.2 of the Act.

              (2)   As a general rule, licences will only be re-issued after the lots they cover are offered for re-allocation by auction, tender, or predetermined or negotiated price.  In re-allocating the licences, the ACA will follow the procedures set out in the determinations made under section 60 of the Act that are in force at the time.

              (3)   However, as set out in section 82 of the Act, the ACA may re-issue a licence to the previous licensee without re-allocating the licence if it is in the public interest to do so. 

              (4)   Spectrum licences that are re-issued are unlikely to take the same form as originally issued as the spectrum lots may be divided and distributed differently.  Licensees should not assume that they will be re-issued with their existing licence.


PART 3¾SPECTRUM USAGE AND COMPATIBILITY

Compatibility requirements

            3.1.   (1)     The Advisory Guidelines set out:

              (a)   compatibility requirements for the receivers of various apparatus licensed services in the 2 GHz band and in adjacent frequency bands; and

              (b)   recommended methods of coordinating radiocommunications services to be operated in spectrum licensed space.

              (2)   The Advisory Guidelines provide a means of coordinating services operating under spectrum licences with other services operating under spectrum licences and with those operating under apparatus licences. 

              (3)   Each licensee must ensure that the operation of their service does not cause an unacceptable level of interference to other services that they are obliged to protect.

              (4)   These compatibility requirements apply to a receiver that:

              (a)   operates or will operate under an apparatus licence or a class licence;  and

              (b)   is outside:

                           (i)   the frequency bands of spectrum licences;  or

                          (ii)   the geographic limits of spectrum licences;  and

              (c)   operates inside the frequency bands or geographic areas to be subject to spectrum licenses.

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SCHEDULE 1

Section 1.4

 

DESCRIPTION OF AREAS CONTAINING LOTS FOR

RE-ALLOCATION

 

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Item No.

Area Number

Name

Notional Population

1.       

1.       

Sydney

4,297,000

2.       

2.       

Melbourne

3,246,700

3.       

3.       

Brisbane

1,921,100

4.       

4.       

Adelaide

1,094,900

5.       

5.       

Perth

1,189,100

6.       

6.       

Hobart

224,300

7.       

7.       

Darwin

90,000

8.       

8.       

Canberra

320,600

9.       

9.       

Capital city

12,383,700

10.   

10.   

National

16,184,100

11.   

11.   

Cairns

368,200

12.   

12.   

Mackay

305,100

13.   

13.   

Maryborough

583,500

14.   

14.   

Grafton

39,500

15.   

15.   

Dubbo

284,300

16.   

16.   

Albury

637,700

17.   

17.   

Regional VIC

773,200

18.   

18.   

Regional TAS

258,200

19.   

19.   

Regional SA

308,600

20.   

20.   

Regional WA

241,800

 


SCHEDULE 2

 

Sections 1.4 and 2.2(3)

 

COORDINATES OF GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 

Description:                The geographic area of a lot is the area of land described in a table below, bounded by a line starting at the intersection of the first coordinates listed in the table for the area and then bounded by a line passing sequentially through the intersections of each set of coordinates shown in the table to the point of commencement.

 

 

CAPITAL CITY 1 to 6

 

ADELAIDE


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 138 05 0

 34 20 0

 139 05 0

 34 20 0

 139 05 0

 34 55 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 139 00 0

 34 55 0

 139 00 0

 35 30 0

 138 05 0

 35 30 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 138 05 0

 34 20 0

 


 

BRISBANE


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 152 30 0

 26 05 0

 154 00 0

 26 05 0

 154 00 0

 28 35 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 153 05 0

 28 35 0

 153 05 0

 28 20 0

 152 50 0

 28 20 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 152 50 0

 28 05 0

 152 30 0

 28 05 0

 152 30 0

 26 05 0


 

CANBERRA


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 148 45 0

34 50 0

 149 30 0

34 50 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 149 30 0

35 50 0

 148 45 0

35 50 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 148 45 0

34 50 0


 

DARWIN


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 130 30 0

12 00 0

 131 15 0

12 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 131 15 0

12 45 0

 130 30 0

12 45 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 130 30 0

12 00 0

 


 

HOBART


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 146 45 0

42 20 0

 148 00 0

42 20 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 148 00 0

43 35 0

 146 45 0

43 35 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 146 45 0

42 20 0


 


CAPITAL CITY 1 to 6  (cont)

 

MELBOURNE


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 144 45 0

 37 20 0

 145 05 0

 37 20 0

 145 05 0

 37 25 0

 145 15 0

 37 25 0

 145 15 0

 37 30 0

 145 20 0

 37 30 0

 145 20 0

 37 35 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 145 35 0

 37 35 0

 145 35 0

 37 45 0

 145 45 0

 37 45 0

 145 45 0

 38 15 0

 145 25 0

 38 15 0

 145 25 0

 38 45 0

 144 05 0

 38 45 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 144 05 0

 37 55 0

 144 10 0

 37 55 0

 144 10 0

 37 50 0

 144 15 0

 37 50 0

 144 15 0

 37 25 0

 144 45 0

 37 25 0

 144 45 0

 37 20 0

 


PERTH


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 115 00 0

 31 25 0

 116 30 0

 31 25 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 116 30 0

 32 50 0

 115 00 0

 32 50 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 115 00 0

 31 25 0

 


 

SYDNEY


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 151 05 0

 32 35 0

 153 00 0

 32 35 0

 153 00 0

 33 00 0

 152 00 0

 33 00 0

 152 00 0

 35 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 150 30 0

 35 00 0

 150 30 0

 34 35 0

 150 20 0

 34 35 0

 150 20 0

 34 00 0

 150 00 0

 34 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 150 00 0

 33 20 0

 150 55 0

 33 20 0

 150 55 0

 33 05 0

 151 05 0

 33 05 0

 151 05 0

 32 35 0

 


End of Capital City 1 - 6

 

SYDNEY 1 to 4

SYDNEY


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 151 05 0

 32 35 0

 153 00 0

 32 35 0

 153 00 0

 33 00 0

 152 00 0

 33 00 0

 152 00 0

 35 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 150 30 0

 35 00 0

 150 30 0

 34 35 0

 150 20 0

 34 35 0

 150 20 0

 34 00 0

 150 00 0

 34 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 150 00 0

 33 20 0

 150 55 0

 33 20 0

 150 55 0

 33 05 0

 151 05 0

 33 05 0

 151 05 0

 32 35 0

 


 

 


MELBOURNE 1 to 4

MELBOURNE


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 144 45 0

 37 20 0

 145 05 0

 37 20 0

 145 05 0

 37 25 0

 145 15 0

 37 25 0

 145 15 0

 37 30 0

 145 20 0

 37 30 0

 145 20 0

 37 35 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 145 35 0

 37 35 0

 145 35 0

 37 45 0

 145 45 0

 37 45 0

 145 45 0

 38 15 0

 145 25 0

 38 15 0

 145 25 0

 38 45 0

 144 05 0

 38 45 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 144 05 0

 37 55 0

 144 10 0

 37 55 0

 144 10 0

 37 50 0

 144 15 0

 37 50 0

 144 15 0

 37 25 0

 144 45 0

 37 25 0

 144 45 0

 37 20 0

 


BRISBANE 1 to 4

BRISBANE


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 152 30 0

 26 05 0

 154 00 0

 26 05 0

 154 00 0

 28 35 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 153 05 0

 28 35 0

 153 05 0

 28 20 0

 152 50 0

 28 20 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 152 50 0

 28 05 0

 152 30 0

 28 05 0

 152 30 0

 26 05 0


 

ADELAIDE 1 to 4

ADELAIDE


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 138 05 0

 34 20 0

 139 05 0

 34 20 0

 139 05 0

 34 55 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 139 00 0

 34 55 0

 139 00 0

 35 30 0

 138 05 0

 35 30 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 138 05 0

 34 20 0

 


 

PERTH 1 to 4

PERTH


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 115 00 0

 31 25 0

 116 30 0

 31 25 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 116 30 0

 32 50 0

 115 00 0

 32 50 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 115 00 0

 31 25 0

 


 

HOBART 1 to 4

HOBART


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 146 45 0

42 20 0

 148 00 0

42 20 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 148 00 0

43 35 0

 146 45 0

43 35 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 146 45 0

42 20 0


 


DARWIN 1 to 4

DARWIN


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 130 30 0

12 00 0

 131 15 0

12 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 131 15 0

12 45 0

 130 30 0

12 45 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 130 30 0

12 00 0

 


CANBERRA 1 to 2

CANBERRA


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 148 45 0

34 50 0

 149 30 0

34 50 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 149 30 0

35 50 0

 148 45 0

35 50 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 148 45 0

34 50 0


 

NATIONAL 1 & 2

ADELAIDE - See Regional SA

ALBURY


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

147 00 0

33 30 0

147 10 0

33 30 0

147 10 0

33 45 0

147 20 0

33 45 0

147 20 0

33 55 0

147 30 0

33 55 0

147 30 0

34 05 0

147 40 0

34 05 0

147 40 0

34 15 0

147 50 0

34 15 0

147 50 0

34 25 0

148 00 0

34 25 0

148 00 0

34 30 0

148 10 0

34 30 0

148 10 0

34 35 0

148 20 0

34 35 0

148 20 0

34 40 0

148 30 0

34 40 0

148 30 0

34 50 0

148 45 0

34 50 0

148 45 0

35 50 0

149 30 0

35 50 0

149 30 0

34 40 0

149 35 0

34 40 0

149 35 0

34 25 0

149 45 0

34 25 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

149 45 0

34 15 0

150 00 0

34 15 0

150 00 0

34 00 0

150 20 0

34 00 0

150 20 0

34 35 0

150 30 0

34 35 0

150 30 0

35 00 0

151 00 0

35 00 0

151 00 0

38 00 0

150 00 0

38 00 0

150 00 0

37 25 0

149 45 0

37 25 0

149 45 0

37 20 0

149 30 0

37 20 0

149 30 0

37 15 0

149 20 0

37 15 0

149 20 0

37 10 0

148 55 0

37 10 0

148 55 0

37 05 0

148 45 0

37 05 0

148 45 0

37 00 0

148 40 0

37 00 0

148 40 0

36 55 0

148 25 0

36 55 0

148 25 0

36 50 0

148 15 0

36 50 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

148 15 0

36 45 0

147 45 0

36 45 0

147 45 0

36 50 0

147 15 0

36 50 0

147 15 0

37 00 0

146 45 0

37 00 0

146 45 0

37 05 0

146 10 0

37 05 0

146 10 0

36 55 0

145 40 0

36 55 0

145 40 0

36 40 0

144 45 0

36 40 0

144 45 0

36 30 0

144 20 0

36 30 0

144 20 0

36 15 0

143 50 0

36 15 0

143 50 0

36 00 0

143 35 0

36 00 0

143 35 0

35 45 0

143 20 0

35 45 0

143 20 0

35 25 0

143 00 0

35 25 0

143 00 0

34 00 0

147 00 0

34 00 0

147 00 0

33 30 0



NATIONAL 1 & 2  (cont)

 

BRISBANE


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 152 30 0

 26 05 0

 154 00 0

 26 05 0

 154 00 0

 28 35 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 153 05 0

 28 35 0

 153 05 0

 28 20 0

 152 50 0

 28 20 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 152 50 0

 28 05 0

 152 30 0

 28 05 0

 152 30 0

 26 05 0


 

CAIRNS


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

145 00 0

16 00 0

147 00 0

16 00 0

147 00 0

19 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

148 00 0

19 00 0

148 00 0

21 00 0

146 00 0

21 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

146 00 0

19 00 0

145 00 0

19 00 0

145 00 0

16 00 0


 

CANBERRA


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 148 45 0

34 50 0

 149 30 0

34 50 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 149 30 0

35 50 0

 148 45 0

35 50 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 148 45 0

34 50 0

 


 

DARWIN


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 130 30 0

12 00 0

 131 15 0

12 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 131 15 0

12 45 0

 130 30 0

12 45 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 130 30 0

12 00 0

 


 

DUBBO


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

148 00 0

31 00 0

149 00 0

31 00 0

149 00 0

31 20 0

149 40 0

31 20 0

149 40 0

31 25 0

149 45 0

31 25 0

149 45 0

31 30 0

149 50 0

31 30 0

149 50 0

31 35 0

149 55 0

31 35 0

149 55 0

31 40 0

150 05 0

31 40 0

150 05 0

31 45 0

150 15 0

31 45 0

150 15 0

31 50 0

150 40 0

31 50 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

150 40 0

31 45 0

150 50 0

31 45 0

150 50 0

31 40 0

151 00 0

31 40 0

151 00 0

31 35 0

151 05 0

31 35 0

151 05 0

31 30 0

151 30 0

31 30 0

151 30 0

32 35 0

151 05 0

32 35 0

151 05 0

33 05 0

150 55 0

33 05 0

150 55 0

33 20 0

150 00 0

33 20 0

150 00 0

34 15 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

149 45 0

34 15 0

149 45 0

34 25 0

149 35 0

34 25 0

149 35 0

34 40 0

149 30 0

34 40 0

149 30 0

34 50 0

148 30 0

34 50 0

148 30 0

34 40 0

148 20 0

34 40 0

148 20 0

34 35 0

148 10 0

34 35 0

148 10 0

34 30 0

148 00 0

34 30 0

148 00 0

34 25 0

147 50 0

34 25 0

 



NATIONAL 1 & 2  (cont)

 

DUBBO  (cont)


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

147 50 0

34 15 0

147 40 0

34 15 0

147 40 0

34 05 0

147 30 0

34 05 0

147 30 0

33 55 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

147 20 0

33 55 0

147 20 0

33 45 0

147 10 0

33 45 0

147 10 0

33 30 0

147 00 0

33 30 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

147 00 0

33 00 0

148 00 0

33 00 0

148 00 0

31 00 0


 

GRAFTON


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

152 10 0

28 20 0

153 05 0

28 20 0

153 05 0

28 35 0

154 00 0

28 35 0

154 00 0

32 00 0

153 00 0

32 00 0

153 00 0

32 35 0

151 30 0

32 35 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

151 30 0

31 05 0

151 35 0

31 05 0

151 35 0

30 40 0

151 45 0

30 40 0

151 45 0

30 15 0

151 50 0

30 15 0

151 50 0

29 50 0

151 55 0

29 50 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

151 55 0

29 40 0

152 00 0

29 40 0

152 00 0

29 25 0

152 05 0

29 25 0

152 05 0

28 25 0

152 10 0

28 25 0

152 10 0

28 20 0


 

HOBART


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 146 45 0

42 20 0

 148 00 0

42 20 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 148 00 0

43 35 0

 146 45 0

43 35 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 146 45 0

42 20 0


 

MACKAY


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

148 00 0

19 00 0

149 00 0

19 00 0

149 00 0

20 00 0

150 00 0

20 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

150 00 0

21 00 0

151 00 0

21 00 0

151 00 0

23 00 0

152 00 0

23 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

152 00 0

24 00 0

148 00 0

24 00 0

148 00 0

19 00 0


 


NATIONAL 1 & 2  (cont)

 

MARYBOROUGH


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

149 00 0

24 00 0

154 00 0

24 00 0

154 00 0

26 05 0

152 30 0

26 05 0

152 30 0

28 05 0

152 50 0

28 05 0

152 50 0

28 20 0

152 10 0

28 20 0

152 10 0

28 25 0

152 05 0

28 25 0

152 05 0

29 25 0

152 00 0

29 25 0

152 00 0

29 40 0

151 55 0

29 40 0

151 55 0

29 50 0

151 50 0

29 50 0

151 50 0

30 15 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

151 45 0

30 15 0

151 45 0

30 40 0

151 35 0

30 40 0

151 35 0

31 05 0

151 30 0

31 05 0

151 30 0

31 30 0

151 05 0

31 30 0

151 05 0

31 35 0

151 00 0

31 35 0

151 00 0

31 40 0

150 50 0

31 40 0

150 50 0

31 45 0

150 40 0

31 45 0

150 40 0

31 50 0

150 15 0

31 50 0

150 15 0

31 45 0

150 05 0

31 45 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

150 05 0

31 40 0

149 55 0

31 40 0

149 55 0

31 35 0

149 50 0

31 35 0

149 50 0

31 30 0

149 45 0

31 30 0

149 45 0

31 25 0

149 40 0

31 25 0

149 40 0

31 20 0

149 00 0

31 20 0

149 00 0

29 00 0

150 00 0

29 00 0

150 00 0

25 00 0

149 00 0

25 00 0

149 00 0

24 00 0


 

MELBOURNE - See Regional Vic

PERTH


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 115 00 0

 31 25 0

 116 30 0

 31 25 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 116 30 0

 32 50 0

 115 00 0

 32 50 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 115 00 0

 31 25 0

 


 

REGIONAL SA


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

130 00 0

31 00 0

135 00 0

31 00 0

135 00 0

32 00 0

141 00 0

32 00 0

141 00 0

39 00 0

140 00 0

39 00 0

140 00 0

38 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

139 00 0

38 00 0

139 00 0

37 00 0

136 00 0

37 00 0

136 00 0

36 00 0

135 00 0

36 00 0

135 00 0

34 00 0

134 00 0

34 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

134 00 0

33 00 0

132 00 0

33 00 0

132 00 0

32 00 0

130 00 0

32 00 0

130 00 0

31 00 0

 


 

Including ADELAIDE


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 138 05 0

 34 20 0

 139 05 0

 34 20 0

 139 05 0

 34 55 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 139 00 0

 34 55 0

 139 00 0

 35 30 0

 138 05 0

 35 30 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 138 05 0

 34 20 0

 



NATIONAL 1 & 2  (cont)

 

REGIONAL VIC


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

141 00 0

33 00 0

143 00 0

33 00 0

143 00 0

35 25 0

143 20 0

35 25 0

143 20 0

35 45 0

143 35 0

35 45 0

143 35 0

36 00 0

143 50 0

36 00 0

143 50 0

36 15 0

144 20 0

36 15 0

144 20 0

36 30 0

144 45 0

36 30 0

144 45 0

36 40 0

145 40 0

36 40 0

145 40 0

36 55 0

146 10 0

36 55 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

146 10 0

37 05 0

146 45 0

37 05 0

146 45 0

37 00 0

147 15 0

37 00 0

147 15 0

36 50 0

147 45 0

36 50 0

147 45 0

36 45 0

148 15 0

36 45 0

148 15 0

36 50 0

148 25 0

36 50 0

148 25 0

36 55 0

148 40 0

36 55 0

148 40 0

37 00 0

148 45 0

37 00 0

148 45 0

37 05 0

148 55 0

37 05 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

148 55 0

37 10 0

149 20 0

37 10 0

149 20 0

37 15 0

149 30 0

37 15 0

149 30 0

37 20 0

149 45 0

37 20 0

149 45 0

37 25 0

150 00 0

37 25 0

150 00 0

38 00 0

149 00 0

38 00 0

149 00 0

40 00 0

143 00 0

40 00 0

143 00 0

39 00 0

141 00 0

39 00 0

141 00 0

33 00 0


 

Including MELBOURNE


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 144 45 0

 37 20 0

 145 05 0

 37 20 0

 145 05 0

 37 25 0

 145 15 0

 37 25 0

 145 15 0

 37 30 0

 145 20 0

 37 30 0

 145 20 0

 37 35 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 145 35 0

 37 35 0

 145 35 0

 37 45 0

 145 45 0

 37 45 0

 145 45 0

 38 15 0

 145 25 0

 38 15 0

 145 25 0

 38 45 0

 144 05 0

 38 45 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 144 05 0

 37 55 0

 144 10 0

 37 55 0

 144 10 0

 37 50 0

 144 15 0

 37 50 0

 144 15 0

 37 25 0

 144 45 0

 37 25 0

 144 45 0

 37 20 0

 


REGIONAL TAS


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

143 00 0

40 00 0

149 00 0

40 00 0

149 00 0

44 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

145 00 0

44 00 0

145 00 0

42 00 0

144 00 0

42 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

144 00 0

41 00 0

143 00 0

41 00 0

143 00 0

40 00 0


 


NATIONAL 1 & 2  (cont)

 

REGIONAL WA

 


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

113 00 0

28 00 0

117 00 0

28 00 0

117 00 0

30 00 0

118 00 0

30 00 0

118 00 0

32 00 0

119 00 0

32 00 0

119 00 0

36 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

116 00 0

36 00 0

116 00 0

35 00 0

114 00 0

35 00 0

114 00 0

33 00 0

115 00 0

33 00 0

115 00 0

32 50 0

116 30 0

32 50 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

116 30 0

31 25 0

115 00 0

31 25 0

115 00 0

31 00 0

114 00 0

31 00 0

114 00 0

29 00 0

113 00 0

29 00 0

113 00 0

28 00 0


 

SYDNEY


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 151 05 0

 32 35 0

 153 00 0

 32 35 0

 153 00 0

 33 00 0

 152 00 0

 33 00 0

 152 00 0

 35 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 150 30 0

 35 00 0

 150 30 0

 34 35 0

 150 20 0

 34 35 0

 150 20 0

 34 00 0

 150 00 0

 34 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 150 00 0

 33 20 0

 150 55 0

 33 20 0

 150 55 0

 33 05 0

 151 05 0

 33 05 0

 151 05 0

 32 35 0

 


End of National 1 & 2


 

CAIRNS 1 & 2

CAIRNS


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

145 00 0

16 00 0

147 00 0

16 00 0

147 00 0

19 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

148 00 0

19 00 0

148 00 0

21 00 0

146 00 0

21 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

146 00 0

19 00 0

145 00 0

19 00 0

145 00 0

16 00 0


 

MACKAY 1 & 2

MACKAY


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

148 00 0

19 00 0

149 00 0

19 00 0

149 00 0

20 00 0

150 00 0

20 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

150 00 0

21 00 0

151 00 0

21 00 0

151 00 0

23 00 0

152 00 0

23 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

152 00 0

24 00 0

148 00 0

24 00 0

148 00 0

19 00 0


 


MARYBOROUGH 1 & 2

MARYBOROUGH


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

149 00 0

24 00 0

154 00 0

24 00 0

154 00 0

26 05 0

152 30 0

26 05 0

152 30 0

28 05 0

152 50 0

28 05 0

152 50 0

28 20 0

152 10 0

28 20 0

152 10 0

28 25 0

152 05 0

28 25 0

152 05 0

29 25 0

152 00 0

29 25 0

152 00 0

29 40 0

151 55 0

29 40 0

151 55 0

29 50 0

151 50 0

29 50 0

151 50 0

30 15 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

151 45 0

30 15 0

151 45 0

30 40 0

151 35 0

30 40 0

151 35 0

31 05 0

151 30 0

31 05 0

151 30 0

31 30 0

151 05 0

31 30 0

151 05 0

31 35 0

151 00 0

31 35 0

151 00 0

31 40 0

150 50 0

31 40 0

150 50 0

31 45 0

150 40 0

31 45 0

150 40 0

31 50 0

150 15 0

31 50 0

150 15 0

31 45 0

150 05 0

31 45 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

150 05 0

31 40 0

149 55 0

31 40 0

149 55 0

31 35 0

149 50 0

31 35 0

149 50 0

31 30 0

149 45 0

31 30 0

149 45 0

31 25 0

149 40 0

31 25 0

149 40 0

31 20 0

149 00 0

31 20 0

149 00 0

29 00 0

150 00 0

29 00 0

150 00 0

25 00 0

149 00 0

25 00 0

149 00 0

24 00 0


DUBBO 1 & 2

DUBBO


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

148 00 0

31 00 0

149 00 0

31 00 0

149 00 0

31 20 0

149 40 0

31 20 0

149 40 0

31 25 0

149 45 0

31 25 0

149 45 0

31 30 0

149 50 0

31 30 0

149 50 0

31 35 0

149 55 0

31 35 0

149 55 0

31 40 0

150 05 0

31 40 0

150 05 0

31 45 0

150 15 0

31 45 0

150 15 0

31 50 0

150 40 0

31 50 0

150 40 0

31 45 0

150 50 0

31 45 0

150 50 0

31 40 0

151 00 0

31 40 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

151 00 0

31 35 0

151 05 0

31 35 0

151 05 0

31 30 0

151 30 0

31 30 0

151 30 0

32 35 0

151 05 0

32 35 0

151 05 0

33 05 0

150 55 0

33 05 0

150 55 0

33 20 0

150 00 0

33 20 0

150 00 0

34 15 0

149 45 0

34 15 0

149 45 0

34 25 0

149 35 0

34 25 0

149 35 0

34 40 0

149 30 0

34 40 0

149 30 0

34 50 0

148 30 0

34 50 0

148 30 0

34 40 0

148 20 0

34 40 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

148 20 0

34 35 0

148 10 0

34 35 0

148 10 0

34 30 0

148 00 0

34 30 0

148 00 0

34 25 0

147 50 0

34 25 0

147 50 0

34 15 0

147 40 0

34 15 0

147 40 0

34 05 0

147 30 0

34 05 0

147 30 0

33 55 0

147 20 0

33 55 0

147 20 0

33 45 0

147 10 0

33 45 0

147 10 0

33 30 0

147 00 0

33 30 0

147 00 0

33 00 0

148 00 0

33 00 0

148 00 0

31 00 0



ALBURY 1 & 2

ALBURY


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

147 00 0

33 30 0

147 10 0

33 30 0

147 10 0

33 45 0

147 20 0

33 45 0

147 20 0

33 55 0

147 30 0

33 55 0

147 30 0

34 05 0

147 40 0

34 05 0

147 40 0

34 15 0

147 50 0

34 15 0

147 50 0

34 25 0

148 00 0

34 25 0

148 00 0

34 30 0

148 10 0

34 30 0

148 10 0

34 35 0

148 20 0

34 35 0

148 20 0

34 40 0

148 30 0

34 40 0

148 30 0

34 50 0

148 45 0

34 50 0

148 45 0

35 50 0

149 30 0

35 50 0

149 30 0

34 40 0

149 35 0

34 40 0

149 35 0

34 25 0

149 45 0

34 25 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

149 45 0

34 15 0

150 00 0

34 15 0

150 00 0

34 00 0

150 20 0

34 00 0

150 20 0

34 35 0

150 30 0

34 35 0

150 30 0

35 00 0

151 00 0

35 00 0

151 00 0

38 00 0

150 00 0

38 00 0

150 00 0

37 25 0

149 45 0

37 25 0

149 45 0

37 20 0

149 30 0

37 20 0

149 30 0

37 15 0

149 20 0

37 15 0

149 20 0

37 10 0

148 55 0

37 10 0

148 55 0

37 05 0

148 45 0

37 05 0

148 45 0

37 00 0

148 40 0

37 00 0

148 40 0

36 55 0

148 25 0

36 55 0

148 25 0

36 50 0

148 15 0

36 50 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

148 15 0

36 45 0

147 45 0

36 45 0

147 45 0

36 50 0

147 15 0

36 50 0

147 15 0

37 00 0

146 45 0

37 00 0

146 45 0

37 05 0

146 10 0

37 05 0

146 10 0

36 55 0

145 40 0

36 55 0

145 40 0

36 40 0

144 45 0

36 40 0

144 45 0

36 30 0

144 20 0

36 30 0

144 20 0

36 15 0

143 50 0

36 15 0

143 50 0

36 00 0

143 35 0

36 00 0

143 35 0

35 45 0

143 20 0

35 45 0

143 20 0

35 25 0

143 00 0

35 25 0

143 00 0

34 00 0

147 00 0

34 00 0

147 00 0

33 30 0


 



REGIONAL VIC 1 & 2

REGIONAL VIC


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

141 00 0

33 00 0

143 00 0

33 00 0

143 00 0

35 25 0

143 20 0

35 25 0

143 20 0

35 45 0

143 35 0

35 45 0

143 35 0

36 00 0

143 50 0

36 00 0

143 50 0

36 15 0

144 20 0

36 15 0

144 20 0

36 30 0

144 45 0

36 30 0

144 45 0

36 40 0

145 40 0

36 40 0

145 40 0

36 55 0

146 10 0

36 55 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

146 10 0

37 05 0

146 45 0

37 05 0

146 45 0

37 00 0

147 15 0

37 00 0

147 15 0

36 50 0

147 45 0

36 50 0

147 45 0

36 45 0

148 15 0

36 45 0

148 15 0

36 50 0

148 25 0

36 50 0

148 25 0

36 55 0

148 40 0

36 55 0

148 40 0

37 00 0

148 45 0

37 00 0

148 45 0

37 05 0

148 55 0

37 05 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

148 55 0

37 10 0

149 20 0

37 10 0

149 20 0

37 15 0

149 30 0

37 15 0

149 30 0

37 20 0

149 45 0

37 20 0

149 45 0

37 25 0

150 00 0

37 25 0

150 00 0

38 00 0

149 00 0

38 00 0

149 00 0

40 00 0

143 00 0

40 00 0

143 00 0

39 00 0

141 00 0

39 00 0

141 00 0

33 00 0


 

But Not Including the MELBOURNE area


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 144 45 0

 37 20 0

 145 05 0

 37 20 0

 145 05 0

 37 25 0

 145 15 0

 37 25 0

 145 15 0

 37 30 0

 145 20 0

 37 30 0

 145 20 0

 37 35 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 145 35 0

 37 35 0

 145 35 0

 37 45 0

 145 45 0

 37 45 0

 145 45 0

 38 15 0

 145 25 0

 38 15 0

 145 25 0

 38 45 0

 144 05 0

 38 45 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 144 05 0

 37 55 0

 144 10 0

 37 55 0

 144 10 0

 37 50 0

 144 15 0

 37 50 0

 144 15 0

 37 25 0

 144 45 0

 37 25 0

 144 45 0

 37 20 0

 


 

REGIONAL TAS 1 & 2

REGIONAL TAS


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

143 00 0

40 00 0

149 00 0

40 00 0

149 00 0

44 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

145 00 0

44 00 0

145 00 0

42 00 0

144 00 0

42 00 0

° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

144 00 0

41 00 0

143 00 0

41 00 0

143 00 0