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Plans/Communications as amended, taking into account amendments up to Radiocommunications Spectrum Marketing Plan (800 MHz and 1.8 GHz Bands) 1998 (Variation No. 1)
Administered by: Communications
Registered 31 Oct 2005
Start Date 31 Jul 1998
End Date 20 Mar 2014
Date of repeal 20 Mar 2014
Repealed by Australian Communications and Media Authority Omnibus Revocation Instrument 2014

Radiocommunications Spectrum Marketing Plan (800 MHz and 1.8 GHz Bands) 1998

as amended

made under section 39A of the

This compilation was prepared on 26 October 2005
taking into account amendments up to Radiocommunications Spectrum Marketing Plan (800 MHz and 1.8 GHz Bands) 1998 (Variation No. 1)

Prepared by the Office of Legislative Drafting and Publishing,
Attorney-General’s Department,
Canberra

 


Contents

Part 1                    Preliminary

                      1.1     Title [see Note 1]                                                                                 4

                      1.2     Commencement                                                                                  4

                      1.3     Purpose                                                                                              4

                      1.4     Interpretation                                                                                       4

Part 2                    Allocation of spectrum licences

                      2.1     Issue of spectrum licences                                                                   7

                      2.2     Identification of lots                                                                              7

                      2.3     Allocation of lots                                                                                  7

                      2.4     How licences will be allocated                                                              7

                      2.6     Advertising auction                                                                              8

                      2.7     Registration                                                                                        8

                      2.9     Entitlement to licence                                                                          8

                    2.10     Sample licence                                                                                   8

                    2.11     Core licence conditions                                                                        8

                    2.12     Other licence conditions                                                                       9

                    2.13     Determination of core licence conditions                                                9

                    2.14     Emission limits                                                                                   9

                    2.15     Duration of licences                                                                             9

                    2.16     Registration of licences                                                                        9

                    2.17     Trading in licences                                                                             10

                    2.18     Spectrum licences that are about to expire                                          10

                    2.19     Re-issue of licences                                                                           10

Part 3                    Spectrum usage and compatibility

                      3.1     Parts of spectrum to be spectrum licensed                                          11

                      3.2     Compatibility requirements                                                                 11

Schedule 1             Description of geographic areas containing lots for re-allocation   12

Schedule 2             Coordinates of geographic areas                                                    13

Schedule 3             Band segments                                                                                22

Part 1                                                                                                                              22

Part 2                                                                                                                              23

Schedule 4             Description of lots                                                                            24

Schedule 5             Table of lot availability                                                                   37

Schedule 6             Sample licence schedules                                                              38

Schedule 7             Emission limits outside the area                                                      49

Schedule 8             Emission limits outside the band                                                     50

Notes                                                                                                                              55


  

  

Summary of marketing plan

The Minister for Communications and the Arts has made spectrum re-allocation declarations under section 153B of Part 3.6 of the Act with respect to the 800 MHz and 1.8 GHz bands in specified geographic areas. The effect of these declarations is that the areas and parts of the spectrum referred to in the declarations are subject to re‑allocation by issuing spectrum licences. The declarations set a ‘re-allocation period’ during which time it is intended that the spectrum licences will be allocated. Any apparatus licences that came into force after 22 April 1997 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 each 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 1 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 800 MHz and 1.8 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 Allocation Determination.

·      The ACA will advertise details of the auction as soon as practicable after this Plan is published. This will be at least 1 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 (subsection 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 2 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 in special circumstances will the ACA re-issue spectrum licences to existing licensees without conducting a re-allocation (section 82).


Part 1                 Preliminary

  

1.1           Title [see Note 1]

                This Plan is called the Radiocommunications Spectrum Marketing Plan (800 MHz and 1.8 GHz Bands) 1998.

1.2           Commencement

                This Plan commences on 6 February 1998.

1.3           Purpose

         (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 800 MHz band and 1.8 GHz band that are subject to a re-allocation declaration.

Note   The geographic areas where the 800 MHz and 1.8 GHz bands are subject to re‑allocations include parts of the capital cities of Australia and regional and remote areas of Australia.

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

1.4           Interpretation

                In this Plan:

adjacent channel selectivity means a measure of the ability of the receiver to receive a wanted signal without the output quality exceeding a specified degradation due to the presence of an unwanted adjacent channel signal.

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

                (a)    Radiocommunications Advisory Guidelines (Protection of Apparatus-licensed Receivers — 800 MHz Band) 1998;

               (b)    Radiocommunications Advisory Guidelines (Protection of Apparatus-licensed Receivers — 1800 MHz Band) 1998;

                (c)    Radiocommunications Advisory Guidelines (Protection of Mobile Base Receivers — 1800 MHz Lower Band) 1998;

               (d)    Radiocommunications Advisory Guidelines (Managing Interference from Apparatus-licensed Transmitters — 800 MHz Band) 1998;

                (e)    Radiocommunications Advisory Guidelines (Managing Interference from Apparatus-licensed Transmitters — 1800 MHz Band) 1998;

                (f)    Radiocommunications Advisory Guidelines (Protection of Molongolo Observatory Synthesis Telescope) 1998.

Allocation Determination means a determination made under section 60 of the Act.

blocking means a measure of the ability of the receiver to receive a wanted signal without the output quality exceeding a specified degradation caused by the presence of a high level off-tune signal increasing the non-linearity of the receiver’s front-end.

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.

in-band, for a transmitter operated under a licence, means the frequencies within a frequency band to which the licence relates.

harmful interference means interference which endangers the functioning of a radionavigation services or of other safety services or seriously degrades, obstructs, or repeatedly interrupts a radiocommunication service.

horizontally radiated power, for a radiocommunications device, means the radiated maximum true mean power, within the frequency band of the licence authorising the operation of the device, summed over all polarisations and measured in units of dBm EIRP in a direction referenced from, and in the horizontal plane containing, the phase centre of the antenna used with the device.

intermodulation immunity means a measure of the ability of a receiver to receive a wanted signal without the output quality exceeding a specified degradation caused by the presence of 2 or more unwanted signals with a specific amplitude and frequency relationship to the wanted signal frequency.

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

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.

Metropolitan area means an area mentioned in an item of Schedule 1 that is described in column 4 of the item as ‘Metropolitan’.

Outback area means an area mentioned in an item of Schedule 1 that is described in column 4 of the item as ‘Outback’.

peak power means the average power measured within a specified bandwidth during 1 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 5 of an item in Schedule 4.

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 a declaration made by the Minister under s. 153B of the Act for a part of the spectrum in the 800 MHz band or 1.8 GHz band set out in Schedule 3 and in an area described in Schedule 2.

Regional area means an area mentioned in an item of Schedule 1 that is described in column 4 of the item as ‘Regional’.

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.

spurious emissions means emissions that are not modulation products or wide band noise or emissions caused by switching transients.

spurious response immunity means a measure of the ability of the receiver to discriminate between the wanted signal at its nominal frequency and an unwanted signal at any frequency at which the receiver responds.

standard trading unit (STU) means a parcel of spectrum space that consists of a geographic area equal to a cell of the spectrum map grid and

                (a)    a frequency band having lower and upper frequency limits defined by:

                          (i)    825 + n × 1 MHz and 825 + (n + 1) × 1 MHz respectively; or

                         (ii)    870 + n × 1 MHz and 870 + (n + 1) × 1 MHz respectively;

        where n is an integer from 0 to 19 (inclusive); or

               (b)    a frequency band having lower and upper frequency limits defined by

                          (i)    1710 + n × 2.5 MHz and 1710 + (n + 1) × 2.5 MHz respectively; or

                         (ii)    1805 + n × 2.5 MHz and 1805 + (n + 1) × 2.5 MHz respectively; or

        where n is an integer from 0 to 17 (inclusive).

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.

1.8 GHz band means the following frequency bands:

                (a)    1710 to 1755 MHz; and

               (b)    1805 to 1850 MHz;

800 MHz band means the following frequency bands:

                (a)    825 to 845 MHz; and

               (b)    870 to 890 MHz.

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

 

Part 2                 Allocation of spectrum licences

  

2.1           Issue of spectrum licences

         (1)   The ACA will issue spectrum licences for the parts of the spectrum in the 800 MHz and 1.8 GHz bands that are subject to a 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 s. 60 of the Act.

         (3)   No part of the spectrum in the 800 MHz or 1.8 GHz bands will be reserved for public or community services.

2.2           Identification of lots

         (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 number mentioned in column 3 of Schedule 4 for the lot.

         (4)   The frequency bands of a lot that has the geographic area mentioned in a table in Schedule 2 comprise:

                (a)    the frequencies in the frequency range greater than the frequency set out in column 7 of an item in Schedule 4 up to and including the frequency set out in column 8 of the item; and

               (b)    the frequencies in the frequency range greater than the frequency set out in column 9 of an item in Schedule 4 up to and including the frequency set out in column 10 of the item.

2.3           Allocation of lots

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

         (2)   Under Subdivision B of Division 1 of Part 3.2 of the Act, the ACA will issue spectrum licences to cover the lots that have been allocated in accordance with this Plan.

2.4           How licences will be allocated

         (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 4 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.

2.6           Advertising auction

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

         (2)   Details of the advertisement are set out in the Allocation Determination.

2.7           Registration

         (1)   The advertisement will invite people to apply to register for the auction.

         (2)   The ACA will send interested people an Applicant Information Package that contains more detail about registration requirements and the auction process. Details of what is in the Package are in the Allocation Determination.

         (3)   Anyone wishing to take part in the auction must apply to register by the closing date in the advertisement.  Details of how to apply are in the Allocation Determination.

2.9           Entitlement to licence

                Except where allocation limits set out in 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 final bid price is received by the ACA.

Note   Details of payment requirements are in Part 5 of the Allocation Determination.

2.10        Sample licence

                Schedule 6 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 a re-allocation declaration.

2.11        Core licence conditions

         (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.

2.12        Other licence conditions

                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).

2.13        Determination of core licence conditions

         (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 band or bands described in Schedule 3 that cover the lots allocated to the licensee.

2.14        Emission limits

         (1)   The emission limits outside the area for all licences are worked out in accordance with Schedule 7.

         (2)   The emission limits outside the band for all licences are worked out in accordance with Schedule 8.

Note   These core conditions may be varied by the ACA with the licensee’s agreement — see s. 72 of the Act.

2.15        Duration of licences

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

Note   Section 65 of the Act provides that the maximum duration of a spectrum licence is 15 years.

2.16        Registration of licences

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

Note   Details about registration are in the Radiocommunications (Register of Radiocommunications Licences) Determination 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   see section 69 of the Act.

         (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:

                (a)    in the 800 MHz band with a maximum radiated true mean power of 38 dBm EIRP or less; or

               (b)    in the 1.8 GHz band with maximum radiated true mean power of 24.5 dBm or less; or

                (c)    in the 800 MHz band that operates exclusively:

                          (i)    outside the limits of a town that is on the towns mobile list; or

                         (ii)    on a road that is not on the roads mobile list; or

               (d)    in the 800 MHz band that operates exclusively at sea to communicate with a mobile receiver at sea.

2.17        Trading in licences

                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 his or her licence.  The ACA will determine rules under section 88 of the Act to regulate trading in licences.  The rules will restrict trading to whole standard trading units.

2.18        Spectrum licences that are about to expire

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

·        stating where information can be obtained about spectrum licences that are due to expire within the next 2 years; and

·        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 2 years of the term of their licences that the licences are due to expire.

2.19        Re-issue of licences

         (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 3                 Spectrum usage and compatibility

  

3.1           Parts of spectrum to be spectrum licensed

         (1)   The 800 MHz and 1.8 GHz bands will be included in spectrum licences in the different areas in accordance with this Plan.

         (2)   However, in less populated areas of Australia, not all of the spectrum in the 1.8 GHz band will be available for allocation as spectrum licences.

3.2           Compatibility requirements

         (1)   The compatibility requirements for the receivers of various apparatus licensed services in the 800 MHz band and 1.8 GHz band and in adjacent frequency bands are set out in the Advisory Guidelines.  The substance of these requirements and recommended methods of coordinating radiocommunications services to be operated in spectrum licensed space are also set out in the Advisory Guidelines. 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.  Each licensee must ensure that the operation of their service does not cause an unacceptable level of interference to other services which they are obliged to protect.

         (2)   These requirements apply to a receiver that:

                (a)    operates or will operate under an apparatus 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 and geographic areas to be subject to spectrum licenses.

 


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

(clause 1.4)

  

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4

Column 5

Item No.

Area Number

Name

Type

Population

1

1

Brisbane

Metropolitan

1735500

2

2

Sydney

Metropolitan

4265500

3

3

Melbourne

Metropolitan

3246700

4

4

Adelaide

Metropolitan

1094900

5

5

Perth

Metropolitan

1189100

6

6

Cairns

Regional

368200

7

7

Mackay

Regional

305100

8

8

Maryborough

Regional

769100

9

9

Grafton

Regional

395000

10

10

Dubbo

Regional

273900

11

11

Canberra

Regional

505200

12

12

Albury

Regional

477800

13

13

Victoria

Regional

719900

14

14

Tasmania

Regional

482500

15

15

South Australia

Regional

308600

16

16

Regional West

Regional

201800

17

17

Darwin

Regional

107600

18

18

Remote Queensland

Outback

124400

19

19

Remote NSW

Outback

152700

20

20

Remote Central

Outback

127600

21

21

Remote West

Outback

289000

 


Schedule 2        Coordinates of geographic areas

(clause 1.4, subclauses 2.2 (3), 2.2 (4))

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.

Table 1 — Area 1 (Brisbane)


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 152 30 0

 26 50 0

 154 00 0

 26 50 0

 154 00 0

 28 35 0

 153 05 0

 28 35 0

 153 05 0

 28 20 0

 152 50 0

 28 20 0

 152 50 0

 28 05 0

 152 30 0

 28 05 0

 152 30 0

 26 50 0


Table 2 — Area 2 (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

 34 50 0

 150 30 0

 34 50 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

 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


Table 3 — Area 3 (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

 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

 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


Table 4 — Area 4 (Adelaide)


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 138 05 0

 34 20 0

 139 05 0

 34 20 0

 139 05 0

 34 55 0

 139 00 0

 34 55 0

 139 00 0

 35 30 0

 138 05 0

 35 30 0

 138 05 0

 34 20 0


Table 5 — Area 5 (Perth)


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 115 00 0

 31 25 0

 116 30 0

 31 25 0

 116 30 0

 32 50 0

 115 00 0

 32 50 0

 115 00 0

 31 25 0


Table 6 — Area 6 (Cairns)


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 145 00 0

 16 00 0

 147 00 0

 16 00 0

 147 00 0

 19 00 0

 148 00 0

 19 00 0

 148 00 0

 21 00 0

 146 00 0

 21 00 0

 146 00 0

 19 00 0

 145 00 0

 19 00 0

 145 00 0

 16 00 0


Table 7 — Area 7 (Mackay)


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 149 00 0

 19 00 0

 149 00 0

 20 00 0

 150 00 0

 20 00 0

 150 00 0

 21 00 0

 151 00 0

 21 00 0

 151 00 0

 23 00 0

 152 00 0

 23 00 0

 152 00 0

 24 00 0

 148 00 0

 24 00 0

 148 00 0

 19 00 0

 149 00 0

 19 00 0


Table 8 — Area 8 (Maryborough)


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 149 00 0

 24 00 0

 154 00 0

 24 00 0

 154 00 0

 26 50 0

 152 30 0

 26 50 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

 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

 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


Table 9 — Area 9 (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

 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

 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


Table 10 — Area 10 (Dubbo)


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 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

 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

 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

 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

 32 00 0

 149 00 0

 32 00 0

 149 00 0

 31 20 0


Table 11 — Area 11 (Canberra)


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 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

 34 50 0

 151 10 0

 34 50 0

 151 10 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

 148 15 0

 36 30 0

 148 25 0

 36 30 0

 148 25 0

 36 15 0

 148 30 0

 36 15 0

 148 30 0

 34 40 0

 149 35 0

 34 40 0

 149 35 0

 34 25 0

 149 45 0

 34 25 0

 149 45 0

 34 15 0

 150 00 0

 34 15 0

 150 00 0

 34 00 0


Table 12 — Area 12 (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

 36 15 0

 148 25 0

 36 15 0

 148 25 0

 36 30 0

 148 15 0

 36 30 0

 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

 35 00 0

 146 00 0

 35 00 0

 146 00 0

 34 00 0

 147 00 0

 34 00 0

 147 00 0

 33 30 0


Table 13 — Area 13 (Victoria)


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 141 00 0

 35 00 0

 143 00 0

 35 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

 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

 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

 35 00 0


But not including the following area:


 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

 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

 144 05 0

 37 55 0

 144 10 0

 37 55 0

 144 10 0

 37 50 0

 144 15 0

 37 55 0

 144 15 0

 37 25 0

 144 45 0

 37 25 0

 144 45 0

 37 20 0


Table 14 — Area 14 (Tasmania)


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 143 00 0

 40 00 0

 149 00 0

 40 00 0

 149 00 0

 44 00 0

 145 00 0

 44 00 0

 145 00 0

 42 00 0

 144 00 0

 42 00 0

 144 00 0

 41 00 0

 143 00 0

 41 00 0

 143 00 0

 40 00 0


Table 15 — Area 15 (South Australia)


° ¢ 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

 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

 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


But not including the following area:


 138 05 0

 34 20 0

 139 05 0

 34 20 0

 139 05 0

 34 55 0

 139 00 0

 34 55 0

 139 00 0

 35 30 0

 138 05 0

 35 30 0

 138 05 0

 34 20 0


Table 16 — Area 16 (Regional West)


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 114 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

 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

 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

 30 00 0


Table 17 — Area 17 (Darwin)


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 130 30 0

 12 00 0

 131 15 0

 12 00 0

 131 15 0

 12 45 0

 130 30 0

 12 45 0

 130 30 0

 12 00 0


Table 18 — Area 18 (Remote Queensland)


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 139 00 0

 10 00 0

 143 00 0

 10 00 0

 143 00 0

 11 00 0

 144 00 0

 11 00 0

 144 00 0

 14 00 0

 146 00 0

 14 00 0

 146 00 0

 16 00 0

 145 00 0

 16 00 0

 145 00 0

 19 00 0

 146 00 0

 19 00 0

 146 00 0

 21 00 0

 148 00 0

 21 00 0

 148 00 0

 24 00 0

 149 00 0

 24 00 0

 149 00 0

 25 00 0

 150 00 0

 25 00 0

 150 00 0

 28 00 0

 139 00 0

 28 00 0

 139 00 0

 10 00 0


Table 19 — Area 19 (Remote NSW)


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 139 00 0,

 28 00 0

 150 00 0,

 28 00 0

 150 00 0,

 29 00 0

 149 00 0,

 29 00 0

 149 00 0,

 32 00 0

 148 00 0,

 32 00 0

 148 00 0,

 33 00 0

 147 00 0,

 33 00 0

 147 00 0,

 34 00 0

 146 00 0,

 34 00 0

 146 00 0,

 35 00 0

 141 00 0,

 35 00 0

 141 00 0,

 32 00 0

 139 00 0,

 32 00 0

 139 00 0,

 28 00 0


Table 20 — Area 20 (Remote Central)


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 132 00 0,

 10 00 0

 139 00 0,

 10 00 0

 139 00 0,

 32 00 0

 135 00 0,

 32 00 0

 135 00 0,

 31 00 0

 130 00 0,

 31 00 0

 130 00 0,

 11 00 0

 132 00 0,

 11 00 0

 132 00 0,

 10 00 0


But not including the following area


 130 30 0

 12 00 0

 131 15 0

 12 00 0

 131 15 0

 12 45 0

 130 30 0

 12 45 0

 130 30 0

 12 00 0


Table 21 — Area 21 (Remote West)


° ¢ ² East

° ¢ ² South

 124 00 0

 13 00 0

 130 00 0

 13 00 0

 130 00 0

 32 00 0

 129 00 0

 32 00 0

 129 00 0

 33 00 0

 125 00 0

 33 00 0

 125 00 0

 34 00 0

 124 00 0

 34 00 0

 124 00 0

 35 00 0

 119 00 0

 35 00 0

 119 00 0

 32 00 0

 118 00 0

 32 00 0

 118 00 0

 30 00 0

 114 00 0

 30 00 0

 114 00 0

 29 00 0

 113 00 0

 29 00 0

 113 00 0

 26 00 0

 112 00 0

 26 00 0

 112 00 0

 25 00 0

 113 00 0

 25 00 0

 113 00 0

 21 00 0

 115 00 0

 21 00 0

 115 00 0

 19 00 0

 121 00 0

 19 00 0

 121 00 0

 16 00 0

 124 00 0

 16 00 0

 124 00 0

 13 00 0


 

Schedule 3        Band segments

(clause 1.4, subclause 2.13 (2))

Part 1           

          1.   A reference in column 8 of an item in this Schedule to:

                (a)    the letter ‘M’ means that the frequency bands mentioned in the item will be offered for allocation in Metropolitan areas; and

               (b)    the letter ‘R’ means that the frequency bands mentioned in the item will be offered for allocation in Regional areas; and

                (c)    the letter ‘O’ means that the frequency bands mentioned in the item will be offered for allocation in Outback areas.

          2.   A frequency band in this Schedule comprises:

                (a)    the frequencies in the frequency range greater than the frequency set out in column 3 of the item up to and including the frequency set out in column 4 of the item; or

               (b)    the frequencies in the frequency range greater than the frequency set out in column 5 of the item up to and including the frequency set out in column 6 of the item.

Part 2           

 

Column 1

Item No.

Column 2

Band
Number

Column 3

Lower

Column 4

Upper

Column 5

Lower

Column 6

Upper

Column 7

Bandwidth
MHz

Column 8

Available

Column 9

Band

1

1

825

830

870

875

5

MRO

800 MHz

2

2

830

835

875

880

5

M

800 MHz

3

3

835

840

880

885

5

MRO

800 MHz

4

4

840

845

885

890

5

MRO

800 MHz

5

5

1710

1712.5

1805

1807.5

2.5

MR

1.8 GHz

6

6

1712.5

1715

1807.5

1810

2.5

MR

1.8 GHz

7

7

1715

1717.5

1810

1812.5

2.5

MR

1.8 GHz

8

8

1717.5

1720

1812.5

1815

2.5

MR

1.8 GHz

9

9

1720

1722.5

1815

1817.5

2.5

MR

1.8 GHz

10

10

1722.5

1725

1817.5

1820

2.5

MR

1.8 GHz

11

11

1725

1727.5

1820

1822.5

2.5

M

1.8 GHz

12

12

1727.5

1730

1822.5

1825

2.5

M

1.8 GHz

13

13

1730

1732.5

1825

1827.5

2.5

M

1.8 GHz

14

14

1732.5

1735

1827.5

1830

2.5

M

1.8 GHz

15

15

1735

1737.5

1830

1832.5

2.5

M

1.8 GHz

16

16

1737.5

1740

1832.5

1835

2.5

M

1.8 GHz

17

17

1740

1742.5

1835

1837.5

2.5

M

1.8 GHz

18

18

1742.5

1745

1837.5

1840

2.5

M

1.8 GHz

19

19

1745

1747.5

1840

1842.5

2.5

M

1.8 GHz

20

20

1747.5

1750

1842.5

1845

2.5

M

1.8 GHz

21

21

1750

1752.5

1845

1847.5

2.5

M

1.8 GHz

22

22

1752.5

1755

1847.5

1850

2.5

M

1.8 GHz


Schedule 4        Description of lots

(clauses 1.4, 2.2, 2.4, 2.5)

  

Column 1

Item No.

Column 2

Lot No.

Column 3

Area No.

Column 4

Name

Column 5

Population

Column 6

Band

Column 7

Lower

Column 8

Upper

Column 9

Lower

Column 10

Upper

Column 11

Bandwidth

Column 12

Lot Rating

1

1

1

Brisbane-1

1735500

1

825

830

870

875

5

86775

2

2

1

Brisbane-2

1735500

2

830

835

875

880

5

86775

3

3

1

Brisbane-3

1735500

3

835

840

880

885

5

86775

4

4

1

Brisbane-4

1735500

4

840

845

885

890

5

86775

5

5

1

Brisbane-5

1735500

5

1710

1712.5

1805

1807.5

2.5

43387

6

6

1

Brisbane-6

1735500

6

1712.5

1715

1807.5

1810

2.5

43387

7

7

1

Brisbane-7

1735500

7

1715

1717.5

1810

1812.5

2.5

43387

8

8

1

Brisbane-8

1735500

8

1717.5

1720

1812.5

1815

2.5

43387

9

9

1

Brisbane-9

1735500

9

1720

1722.5

1815

1817.5

2.5

43387

10

10

1

Brisbane-10

1735500

10

1722.5

1725

1817.5

1820

2.5

43387

11

11

1

Brisbane-11

1735500

11

1725

1727.5

1820

1822.5

2.5

43387

12

12

1

Brisbane-12

1735500

12

1727.5

1730

1822.5

1825

2.5

43387

13

13

1

Brisbane-13

1735500

13

1730

1732.5

1825

1827.5

2.5

43387

14

14

1

Brisbane-14

1735500

14

1732.5

1735

1827.5

1830

2.5

43387

15

15

1

Brisbane-15

1735500

15

1735

1737.5

1830

1832.5

2.5

43387

16

16

1

Brisbane-16

1735500

16

1737.5

1740

1832.5

1835

2.5

43387

17

17

1

Brisbane-17

1735500

17

1740

1742.5

1835

1837.5

2.5

43387

18

18

1

Brisbane-18

1735500

18

1742.5

1745

1837.5

1840

2.5

43387

19

19

1

Brisbane-19

1735500

19

1745

1747.5

1840

1842.5

2.5

43387

20

20

1

Brisbane-20

1735500

20

1747.5

1750

1842.5

1845

2.5

43387

21

21

1

Brisbane-21

1735500

21

1750

1752.5

1845

1847.5

2.5

43387

22

22

1

Brisbane-22

1735500

22

1752.5

1755

1847.5

1850

2.5

43387

23

23

2

Sydney-1

4265500

1

825

830

870

875

5

213275

24

24

2

Sydney-2

4265500

2

830

835

875

880

5

213275

25

25

2

Sydney-3

4265500

3

835

840

880

885

5

213275

26

26

2

Sydney-4

4265500

4

840

845

885

890

5

213275

27

27

2

Sydney-5

4265500

5

1710

1712.5

1805

1807.5

2.5

106637

28

28

2

Sydney-6

4265500

6

1712.5

1715

1807.5

1810

2.5

106637

29

29

2

Sydney-7

4265500

7

1715

1717.5

1810

1812.5

2.5

106637

30

30

2

Sydney-8

4265500

8

1717.5

1720

1812.5

1815

2.5

106637

31

31

2

Sydney-9

4265500

9

1720

1722.5

1815

1817.5

2.5

106637

32

32

2

Sydney-10

4265500

10

1722.5

1725

1817.5

1820

2.5

106637

33

33

2

Sydney-11

4265500

11

1725

1727.5

1820

1822.5

2.5

106637

34

34

2

Sydney-12

4265500

12

1727.5

1730

1822.5

1825

2.5

106637

35

35

2

Sydney-13

4265500

13

1730

1732.5

1825

1827.5

2.5

106637

36

36

2

Sydney-14

4265500

14

1732.5

1735

1827.5

1830

2.5

106637

37

37

2

Sydney-15

4265500

15

1735

1737.5

1830

1832.5

2.5

106637

38

38

2

Sydney-16

4265500

16

1737.5

1740

1832.5

1835

2.5

106637

39

39

2

Sydney-17

4265500

17

1740

1742.5

1835

1837.5

2.5

106637

40

40

2

Sydney-18

4265500

18

1742.5

1745

1837.5

1840

2.5

106637

41

41

2

Sydney-19

4265500

19

1745

1747.5

1840

1842.5

2.5

106637

42

42

2

Sydney-20

4265500

20

1747.5

1750

1842.5

1845

2.5

106637

43

43

2

Sydney-21

4265500

21

1750

1752.5

1845

1847.5

2.5

106637

44

44

2

Sydney-22

4265500

22

1752.5

1755

1847.5

1850

2.5

106637

45

45

3

Melbourne-1

3246700

1

825

830

870

875

5

162335

46

46

3

Melbourne-2

3246700

2

830

835

875

880

5

162335

47

47

3

Melbourne-3

3246700

3

835

840

880

885

5

162335

48

48

3

Melbourne-4

3246700

4

840

845

885

890

5

162335

49

49

3

Melbourne-5

3246700

5

1710

1712.5

1805

1807.5

2.5

81167

50

50

3

Melbourne-6

3246700

6

1712.5

1715

1807.5

1810

2.5

81167

51

51

3

Melbourne-7

3246700

7

1715

1717.5

1810

1812.5

2.5

81167

52

52

3

Melbourne-8

3246700

8

1717.5

1720

1812.5

1815

2.5

81167

53

53

3

Melbourne-9

3246700

9

1720

1722.5

1815

1817.5

2.5

81167

54

54

3

Melbourne-10

3246700

10

1722.5

1725

1817.5

1820

2.5

81167

55

55

3

Melbourne-11

3246700

11

1725

1727.5

1820

1822.5

2.5

81167

56

56

3

Melbourne-12

3246700

12

1727.5

1730

1822.5

1825

2.5

81167

57

57

3

Melbourne-13

3246700

13

1730

1732.5

1825

1827.5

2.5

81167

58

58

3

Melbourne-14

3246700

14

1732.5

1735

1827.5

1830

2.5

81167

59

59

3

Melbourne-15

3246700

15

1735

1737.5

1830

1832.5

2.5

81167

60

60

3

Melbourne-16

3246700

16

1737.5

1740

1832.5

1835

2.5

81167

61

61

3

Melbourne-17

3246700

17

1740

1742.5

1835

1837.5

2.5

81167

62

62

3

Melbourne-18

3246700

18

1742.5

1745

1837.5

1840

2.5

81167

63

63

3

Melbourne-19

3246700

19

1745

1747.5

1840

1842.5

2.5

81167

64

64

3

Melbourne-20

3246700

20

1747.5

1750

1842.5

1845

2.5

81167

65

65

3

Melbourne-21

3246700

21

1750

1752.5

1845

1847.5

2.5

81167

66

66

3

Melbourne-22

3246700

22

1752.5

1755

1847.5

1850

2.5

81167

67

67

4

Adelaide-1

1094900

1

825

830

870

875

5

54745

68

68

4

Adelaide-2

1094900

2

830

835

875

880

5

54745

69

69

4

Adelaide-3

1094900

3

835

840

880

885

5

54745

70

70

4

Adelaide-4

1094900

4

840

845

885

890

5

54745

71

71

4

Adelaide-5

1094900

5

1710

1712.5

1805

1807.5

2.5

27372

72

72

4

Adelaide-6

1094900

6

1712.5

1715

1807.5

1810

2.5

27372

73

73

4

Adelaide-7

1094900

7

1715

1717.5

1810

1812.5

2.5

27372

74

74

4

Adelaide-8

1094900

8

1717.5

1720

1812.5

1815

2.5

27372

75

75

4

Adelaide-9

1094900

9

1720

1722.5

1815

1817.5

2.5

27372

76

76

4

Adelaide-10

1094900

10

1722.5

1725

1817.5

1820

2.5

27372

77

77

4

Adelaide-11

1094900

11

1725

1727.5

1820

1822.5

2.5

27372

78

78

4

Adelaide-12

1094900

12

1727.5

1730

1822.5

1825

2.5

27372

79

79

4

Adelaide-13

1094900

13

1730

1732.5

1825

1827.5

2.5

27372

80

80

4

Adelaide-14

1094900

14

1732.5

1735

1827.5

1830

2.5

27372

81

81

4

Adelaide-15

1094900

15

1735

1737.5

1830

1832.5

2.5

27372

82

82

4

Adelaide-16

1094900

16

1737.5

1740

1832.5

1835

2.5

27372

83

83

4

Adelaide-17

1094900

17

1740

1742.5

1835

1837.5

2.5

27372

84

84

4

Adelaide-18

1094900

18

1742.5

1745

1837.5

1840

2.5

27372

85

85

4

Adelaide-19

1094900

19

1745

1747.5

1840

1842.5

2.5

27372

86

86

4

Adelaide-20

1094900

20

1747.5

1750

1842.5

1845

2.5

27372

87

87

4

Adelaide-21

1094900

21

1750

1752.5

1845

1847.5

2.5

27372

88

88

4

Adelaide-22

1094900

22

1752.5

1755

1847.5

1850

2.5

27372

89

89

5

Perth-1

1189103

1

825

830

870

875

5

59455

90

90

5

Perth-2

1189103

2

830

835

875

880

5

59455

91

91

5

Perth-3

1189103

3

835

840

880

885

5

59455

92

92

5

Perth-4

1189103

4

840

845

885

890

5

59455

93

93

5

Perth-5

1189103

5

1710

1712.5

1805

1807.5

2.5

29727

94

94

5

Perth-6

1189103

6

1712.5

1715

1807.5

1810

2.5

29727

95

95

5

Perth-7

1189103

7

1715

1717.5

1810

1812.5

2.5

29727

96

96

5

Perth-8

1189103

8

1717.5

1720

1812.5

1815

2.5

29727

97

97

5

Perth-9

1189103

9

1720

1722.5

1815

1817.5

2.5

29727

98

98

5

Perth-10

1189103

10

1722.5

1725

1817.5

1820

2.5

29727

99

99

5

Perth-11

1189103

11

1725

1727.5

1820

1822.5

2.5

29727

100

100

5

Perth-12

1189103

12

1727.5

1730

1822.5

1825

2.5

29727

101

101

5

Perth-13

1189103

13

1730

1732.5

1825

1827.5

2.5

29727

102

102

5

Perth-14

1189103

14

1732.5

1735

1827.5

1830

2.5

29727

103

103

5

Perth-15

1189103

15

1735

1737.5

1830

1832.5

2.5

29727

104

104

5

Perth-16

1189103

16

1737.5

1740

1832.5

1835

2.5

29727

105

105

5

Perth-17

1189103

17

1740

1742.5

1835

1837.5

2.5

29727

106

106

5

Perth-18

1189103

18

1742.5

1745

1837.5

1840

2.5

29727

107

107

5

Perth-19

1189103

19

1745

1747.5

1840

1842.5

2.5

29727

108

108

5

Perth-20

1189103

20

1747.5

1750

1842.5

1845

2.5

29727

109

109

5

Perth-21

1189103

21

1750

1752.5

1845

1847.5

2.5

29727

110

110

5

Perth-22

1189103

22

1752.5

1755

1847.5

1850

2.5

29727

111

111

6

Cairns-1

368200

1

825

830

870

875

5

18410

112

112

6

Cairns-3

368200

3

835

840

880

885

5

18410

113

113

6

Cairns-4

368200

4

840

845

885

890

5

18410

114

114

6

Cairns-5

368200

5

1710

1712.5

1805

1807.5

2.5

9205

115

115

6

Cairns-6

368200

6

1712.5

1715

1807.5

1810

2.5

9205

116

116

6

Cairns-7

368200

7

1715

1717.5

1810

1812.5

2.5

9205

117

117

6

Cairns-8

368200

8

1717.5

1720

1812.5

1815

2.5

9205

118

118

6

Cairns-9

368200

9

1720

1722.5

1815

1817.5

2.5

9205

119

119

6

Cairns-10

368200

10

1722.5

1725

1817.5

1820

2.5

9205

120

120

7

Mackay-1

305100

1

825

830

870

875

5

15255

121

121

7

Mackay-3

305100

3

835

840

880

885

5

15255

122

122

7

Mackay-4

305100

4

840

845

885

890

5

15255

123

123

7

Mackay-5

305100

5

1710

1712.5

1805

1807.5

2.5

7627

124

124

7

Mackay-6

305100

6

1712.5

1715

1807.5

1810

2.5

7627

125

125

7

Mackay-7

305100

7

1715

1717.5

1810

1812.5

2.5

7627

126

126

7

Mackay-8

305100

8

1717.5

1720

1812.5

1815

2.5

7627

127

127

7

Mackay-9

305100

9

1720

1722.5

1815

1817.5

2.5

7627

128

128

7

Mackay-10

305100

10

1722.5

1725

1817.5

1820

2.5

7627

129

129

8

Maryborough-1

769100

1

825

830

870

875

5

38455

130

130

8

Maryborough-3

769100

3

835

840

880

885

5

38455

131

131

8

Maryborough-4

769100

4

840

845

885

890

5

38455

132

132

8

Maryborough-5

769100

5

1710

1712.5

1805

1807.5

2.5

19227

133

133

8

Maryborough-6

769100

6

1712.5

1715

1807.5

1810

2.5

19227

134

134

8

Maryborough-7

769100

7

1715

1717.5

1810

1812.5

2.5

19227

135

135

8

Maryborough-8

769100

8

1717.5

1720

1812.5

1815

2.5

19227

136

136

8

Maryborough-9

769100

9

1720

1722.5

1815

1817.5

2.5

19227

137

137

8

Maryborough-10

769100

10

1722.5

1725

1817.5

1820

2.5

19227

138

138

9

Grafton-1

395000

1

825

830

870

875

5

19750

139

139

9

Grafton-3

395000

3

835

840

880

885

5

19750

140

140

9

Grafton-4

395000

4

840

845

885

890

5

19750

141

141

9

Grafton-5

395000

5

1710

1712.5

1805

1807.5

2.5

9875

142

142

9

Grafton-6

395000

6

1712.5

1715

1807.5

1810

2.5

9875

143

143

9

Grafton-7

395000

7

1715

1717.5

1810

1812.5

2.5

9875

144

144

9

Grafton-8

395000

8

1717.5

1720

1812.5

1815

2.5

9875

145

145

9

Grafton-9

395000

9

1720

1722.5

1815

1817.5

2.5

9875

146

146

9

Gr