Phone

0448 402 359

Email

info@radiorescue.org.au

Radio Rescue Emergency Communications Incorporated (RREC)

is a volunteer Public Benevolent Institution whose role is to provide benevolent relief to the community, and improve the safety of Australia and the Australian public, through the use of radio communications.

Volunteers use Citizen Band Radio (CB) to provide a monitoring service on channels that have been legally designated by the Australian government for emergency use only (UHF 5 & 35, HF 9 – see Emergency Channels), to receive and process calls for assistance from the public. Licensed commercial frequencies on the HF and VHF bands are also used by members to assist in their role of providing emergency and safety communications.

RREC also work with other groups to help provide an improved monitoring service in Australia.

RREC is entirely voluntary and self-funded. Incorporated in South Australia under the Associations Incorporated Act 1985, RREC is endorsed by the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission as a Public Benevolent Institution, and the Australian Taxation Office as a Deductible Gift Recipient, meaning donations or gifts to the value of $2 or more are tax deductible. If you would like to support RREC, or become a regular sponsor to help us continue our work, please contact us.

RREC volunteers serve the community

RREC also work with other groups to help provide an improved monitoring service in Australia.

RREC volunteers serve the community through

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Join our team today!

Membership is currently available to anyone 16 years or older (for cadets under 16 please use our contact form to get in touch). Current membership fees are: Full member (18yrs+): …

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Radio Rescue Emergency Communications

is a volunteer Public Benevolent Institution whose role is to provide benevolent relief to the community, and improve the safety of Australia and the Australian public, through the use of …

UHF CB Channels 5 & 35

EMERGENCY USE ONLY!

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