Australian Ladies Amateur Radio Association (ALARA) was formed in 1975 by a group of Australian ladies interested in amateur radio. Membership has now grown to over 200, with many Australian members sponsoring overseas YLs into ALARA. The term “YL” stands for “young lady” – regardless of age.mission is to encourage women’s interest and active participation in amateur radio.
36th ALARA Contest Results
The 36th ALARA Contest was held August 2016. See the report and results »
ALARA 40th Birthday Celebration - 25 July 2015
The Australian Ladies Amateur Radio Association held their 40th Birthday Celebration Lunch in Melbourne.
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|Official ALARA||Mondays||1030 UTC (1000 UTC during daylight saving)||3.570|
|YL 222 DX||Monday||0530 UTC||14.222|
|YL Activity Day||6th of each month||Listen on the hour and call "CQ YL"||14.288, 21.188 or 28.588|
|Birthday Net||4th Saturday in July||1000-1200 UTC||3.570|
Need to get in touch? Contact details for the Publicity Officer, Office Bearers and State Representatives.
There are a range of membership options for joining ALARA or receiving the ALARA newsletter. You can even sponsor overseas friends into ALARA and become a member of a DX association in return.
ALARAmeet is a wonderful way to meet other YLs of our organisation and their OMs are welcome too. Approximately 80 people attend our meets now and YLs have come from England, Sweden, America, Germany and a big group from New Zealand.
The ALARA award is available to YLs, OMs and SWLs contacting ALARA members on or after 30th June 1975. All licensed operators throughout the world are invited to participate.