Below are some interesting websites. I will add to these as I find more.
Wireless Institute of Australia (WIA)
The Wireless Institute of Australia (WIA) was formed in 1910, and is the first and oldest national amateur radio society in the world. 2010 was the 100th anniversary of its formation. The WIA represents the amateur radio operators of Australia in dealings with the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), the authority under the government of Australia that administers communications within and external to Australia. The publishes a monthly journal for its membership called Amateur Radio. The organisation is the national society representing Australia in the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU). More info can be found at:-
Adelaide Hills Amateur Radio Society (AHARS)
The Adelaide Hills Amateur Radio Society is now over 30 years old.
I am a member of AHARS.
More info can be found at:-
Charles Wilmott - M0OXO
Charles is my QSL Manager and has a great website with lots of information.
UX5UO - World of QSLs
Gennady, UX5UO prints my QSL cards.
Gennady provides prompt service and the quality of his cards is magnificent.
If you want to 'trick up' your QRZ.com page, have a look below at the document 'Bells and Whistles' produced by UA6JD
You may also want to consider becoming an XML Logbook Data Service subscriber. This provides a superior hiugh performance connection to the QRZ.com data base and allows you to view images on your logging program.
DxCoffee Expressly for DXers was founded in January 2010.
These pages are the “distilled” version of the Italian language site DXCoffee.com.
They were created, and are maintained, to update the international ham community about projects and news concerning our main passion, DXing, which should transcend all language barriers.
VK Logger is a good forum website with some interesting information.
South Australian scanner monitoring
'sascan' is the home of scanner monitoring information for South Australia. It contains lots of information and live feeds of various emergency services and the aircraft bands. http://www.sascan.net.au/?page=welcome
ZL DX & Contesting Group
The ZL DXC (DX and Contesting) group is open to All Amateurs interested in DX, Contesting, VHF/ UHF / HF Phone / CW / Digital, station setup , logging. On Air Net Tuesday Nights @ 20.00hrs 3.777.00 +/- QRM Winter / Autumn 7.105 +/- QRM Summer.
This group exists for owners and prospective owners of the Buddipole and its offspring, the Buddistick- both commercial and homebrew versions. We will provide you with any information request you need and invite you to join us in this group who are constantly improving the latest designs of this portable antenna system.
More info cane found at:-
Yaesu FT-2000 Yahoo Group.
This group is here for you to give your feedback and ask users questions about the Yaesu FT-2000 HF/6M Transceiver.
More info can be found at:-
krmnpa · Keith Roget Memorial National Parks Award
The purpose of this group is to promote the Keith Roget Memorial National Parks Award. The aim of the award is for Amateur Radio operators to make contacts to and from Victoria's National Parks.
Details of the award can be found on the ARV web site:-
A place where users of MacLoggerDX can post tips, ask for help from experienced users and hear about new releases, and updates.
More info at:-
Cab Converter Yahoo group
Cab-converter(TM) is an Apple(R) Macintosh(R)-based program that helps amateur radio contesters by converting a log from a radio contest into the Cabrillo file format which may be submitted to the contest sponsor. Cab-converter is freeware. New versions supporting more contests are being added all the time so please check for updates before submitting your log. Cab-converter works best with log files (ADIF) produced by MacLoggerDX from Dog Park Software. This Yahoo group is a place where Cab-converter users may exchange ideas and tips associated with the Cab-converter software and contesting with the Macintosh.