Below are my AX5PAS QSL cards. Each year on 3 occasions (Australia Day-26th January; Anzac Day - 25th April; & World Telecommunications Day, Australian amateurs can substitute the VK prefix with the special AX prefix.
Below are my VK5PAS mobile and VK5PAS portable QSL cards.
Where do I get my QSL cards printed?
My QSL cards and printed by Gennady of UX5UO Print.
I have used Gennady's service for many years and I can highly recommend him.
Please find below my VK5PAS log, showing my last 10 QSO's. You can also perform a log search to see if your call is in my log.
VI5CW, Cape WiIlloughby lighthouse, Kangaroo Island, August 2012.
This is the QSL card for VI5CW, Cape Willoughby lighthouse, Kangaroo Island. In August 2012, myself and 6 other amateurs and our respective wives, travelled to Kangaroo Island and operated from South Australia's oldest lighthouse at Cape Willoughby for a period of 3 days, coinciding with the 15th anniversary of the International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend.
It also coincided with the 160th anniversary of the Cape Willoughby lighthouse. Over 500 QSO's were made with over 30 countries.
QSL via VK5PAS (Bureau or Direct) or eQSL or LOTW.