Television Licence Area Plan (Remote and Regional Western Australia) 2013

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Television Licence Area Plan (Remote and Regional Western Australia) 20131
Broadcasting Services Act 1992
The Authority Division for Switchover and Planning, delegate of the AUSTRALIAN COMMUNICATIONS AND MEDIA AUTHORITY, makes this Plan under subsection 26(1B) of the Broadcasting Services Act 1992.
Dated 18th April 2013
Richard Bean
[signed]
Member
Chris Cheah
[signed]
Member/General Manager
 
Australian Communications and Media Authority
1              Name of Plan
                This Plan is the Television Licence Area Plan (Remote and Regional Western Australia) 2013.
2              Commencement
                This Plan comes into force on the day after the end of the simulcast period for the Geraldton TV1, Kalgoorlie TV1, Remote and Regional Western Australia TV1, South West and Great Southern TV1 and Western Zone TV1 licence areas.
Note          Subclause 6(7A) of Schedule 4 to the Act provides that the simulcast period for a remote licence area should run for such  period as is determined by the ACMA under the Commercial Television Conversion Scheme 1999.
3              Definitions
                In this Plan:
ACMA means the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
Act means the Broadcasting Services Act 1992.
commercial television broadcasting licensee means the licensee of a commercial television broadcasting licence.
community television broadcasting licensee means the licensee of a community television broadcasting licence
ERP means effective radiated power.
Geraldton TV1 licence area means the area described in Attachment 1.
Kalgoorlie TV1 licence area means the area described in Attachment 2.
national television broadcasting service has the same meaning as in clause 2 of Schedule 4 to the Act.
Remote and Regional Western Australia TV1 licence area means the area described in Attachment 3.
Remote Indigenous Broadcasting Service licence area means an area described in Attachment 6.
simulcast period has the same meaning as in clause 2 of Schedule 4 to the Act.
South West and Great Southern TV1 licence area means the area described in Attachment 4.
television broadcasting service has the same meaning as in section 26 of the Act.
transmitter licence has the same meaning as in section 5 of the Radiocommunications Act 1992.
Western Zone TV1 licence area means the area described in Attachment 5.
Note           Terms and expressions used in this Plan have the meaning given by section 6 of the Act. For example:
·             commercial television broadcasting licence.
·                    national broadcaster.
·                    community television broadcasting service.
4              Specification of channels to be available in particular areas within the Geraldton TV1, Kalgoorlie TV1, Remote and Regional Western Australia TV1, South West and Great Southern TV1 and Western Zone TV1 licence areas
(1)Subject to subsection (2), each channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedules 1, 2 and 3 to this Plan is available, in the area in column 7, to provide television broadcasting services.
(2)If a date is specified in column 3 of an item in a table in Schedules 1, 2 and 3 to this Plan, the channel specified in column 1 of the item is not available in the area in column 7 to provide television broadcasting services after that date.
Note 1        A channel may be specified to be available only for a limited period in order to allow a broadcaster to swap channels on which it transmits services.
Note 2        Although a channel is specified to be available for all parts of a licence area, a particular broadcaster may only be authorised to use that channel in one part of a licence area.
Example    Channel 28 may be specified to be available for all parts of a licence area.  Channel 28 may be allotted to Broadcaster A and Broadcaster B.  The ACMA may issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 28 to Broadcaster A in one part of the licence area (Part A), and issue a transmitter licence for the use of a different channel to the same broadcaster in another part of the licence area (Part B).  The ACMA may issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 28 to Broadcaster B in Part B.  Broadcaster A will not be entitled to transmit on channel 28 in Part B, as the broadcaster will not have a transmitter licence authorising such a transmission.
5              Allotment of channels to commercial television broadcasting licensees – Schedule 1
                Allotment of channels to commercial television broadcasting licensees
(1)Each channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedule 1 is allotted to the commercial television broadcasting licensee of the licence specified for the table for use in the area in column 7, from the date (if any) specified in column 2 until the date (if any) specified in column 3.
(2)If no date is specified in column 2 for an item in a table in Schedule 1, the channel specified in column 1 of the item is allotted to the commercial television broadcasting licensee of the licence specified for the table from the day on which this Plan comes into force.
(3)If no licensee is specified for a table in Schedule 1, the ACMA may allot the channel specified in column 1 of an item in the table to the commercial television broadcasting licensee of a commercial television broadcasting licence for the licence area specified for the table, for use in the area in column 7.
Note    If the ACMA has not allotted a channel specified in the table, the ACMA may make the channel available for use in an area by a commercial television broadcasting licensee, a national broadcaster or any other person by making a determination under section 34 of the Act and issuing a licence under section 100 of the Radiocommunications Act 1992.
Determination of technical specifications of transmission of commercial television broadcasting services
(4)A channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedule 1 must only be used for transmission of commercial television broadcasting services in accordance with the following specifications:
(a)    subject to subsection (5), the transmission must not have an ERP greater than that specified in column 4;
(b)   the transmission must have the polarisation specified in column 5;
(c)    the transmission must comply with any additional specification specified in column 6.
(5)A transmission may have an ERP greater than that specified in column 4, if:
(a)    the ACMA issues a transmitter licence that authorises the use of the channel specified in column 1 of the item; and
(b)   a condition of that transmitter licence relates to the maximum ERP of the transmission made by that transmitter; and
(c)    either:
(i)     the condition complies with any applicable requirements in the Broadcasting Services (Technical Planning) Guidelines 2007; or
(ii)   if there are no applicable requirements – the condition does not allow the transmitter to be used to provide a transmission greater than 5 dB more than the ERP specified in column 4.
Note    Under the Radiocommunications Act 1992, the ACMA may also impose a transmitter licence condition specifying an output radiated pattern for the use of a transmitter.  The condition may set a limit for the ERP in a particular direction that is less than the maximum ERP specified in column 4 of an item that applies to the channel used by that transmitter.    
Determination of technical limitations and conditions on use of channel
(6)A channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedule 1 must only be used for transmission of commercial television broadcasting services in accordance with a technical limitation (if any) specified for the table that is applicable to that channel.
(7)The ACMA may determine additional technical limitations on the use of the channel.
Note    Even if no applicable technical limitation is specified for the table, the ACMA may still determine additional technical limitations on the use of a channel by making a determination under this subsection.
(8)A channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedule 1 must only be used for transmission of commercial television broadcasting services if an event or circumstance (if any) specified for the table that is applicable to that channel occurs.
(9)The ACMA may determine additional events or circumstances which must occur before the channel may be used.
Note    Even if no applicable event or circumstance is specified for the table, the ACMA may still determine additional events or circumstances that must be met before the channel may be used by making a determination under this subsection.
6              Allotment of channels to national broadcasters – Schedule 2
                Allotment of channels to national broadcasters
(1)Each channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedule 2 is allotted to the national broadcaster specified for the table for use in the area in column 7, from the date (if any) specified in column 2 until the date (if any) specified in column 3.
(2)If no date is specified in column 2 for an item in a table in Schedule 2, the channel specified in column 1 of the item is allotted to the national broadcaster specified for the table from the day on which this Plan comes into force.
(3)If no national broadcaster is specified for a table in Schedule 2, the ACMA may allot the channel specified in column 1 of an item in the table to a national broadcaster for use in the area in column 7.
Note    If the ACMA has not allotted a channel specified in the table, the ACMA may make the channel available for use in an area by a commercial television broadcasting licensee, a national broadcaster or any other person by making a determination under section 34 of the Act and issuing a licence under section 100 of the Radiocommunications Act 1992.
Determination of technical specifications of transmission of national television broadcasting services
(4)A channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedule 2 must only be used for transmission of national television broadcasting services in accordance with the following specifications:
(a)    subject to subsection (5), the transmission must not have an ERP greater than that specified in column 4;
(b)   the transmission must have the polarisation specified in column 5;
(c)    the transmission must comply with any additional specification specified in column 6.
(5)A transmission may have an ERP greater than that specified in column 4, if:
(a)    the ACMA issues a transmitter licence that authorises the use of the channel specified in column 1 of the item; and
(b)   a condition of that transmitter licence relates to the maximum ERP of the transmission made by that transmitter; and
(c)    either:
(i)     the condition complies with any applicable requirements in the Broadcasting Services (Technical Planning) Guidelines 2007; or
(ii)   if there are no applicable requirements – the condition does not allow the transmitter to be used to provide a transmission greater than 5 dB more than the ERP specified in column 4.
Note    Under the Radiocommunications Act 1992, the ACMA may also impose a transmitter licence condition specifying an output radiated pattern for the use of a transmitter.  The condition may set a limit for the ERP in a particular direction that is less than the maximum ERP specified in column 4 of an item that applies to the channel used by that transmitter.   
Determination of technical limitations and conditions on use of channel
(6)A channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedule 2 must only be used for transmission of national television broadcasting services in accordance with a technical limitation (if any) specified for the table that is applicable to that channel.
(7)The ACMA may determine additional technical limitations on the use of the channel.
Note    Even if no applicable technical limitation is specified for the table, the ACMA may still determine additional technical limitations on the use of a channel by making a determination under this subsection.
(8)A channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedule 2 must only be used for transmission of national television broadcasting services if an event or circumstance (if any) specified for the table that is applicable to that channel occurs.
(9)The ACMA may determine additional events or circumstances which must occur before the channel may be used.
Note    Even if no applicable event or circumstance is specified for the table, the ACMA may still determine additional events or circumstances that must be met before the channel may be used by making a determination under this subsection.
7              Allotment of channels to providers of other television broadcasting services– Schedule 3
                Allotment of channels to providers of other television broadcasting services
(1)Each channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedule 3 is allotted to the person specified for the table for use in the area in column 7, from the date (if any) specified in column 2 until the date (if any) specified in column 3.
(2)If no date is specified in column 2 for an item in a table in Schedule 3, the channel specified in column 1 of the item is allotted to the person specified for the table from the day on which this Plan comes into force.
(3)If no person is specified for the table, the ACMA may allot a channel specified in column 1 of the table to any person for use in the area in column 7.
Note    If the ACMA has not allotted a channel specified in the table, the ACMA may make the channel available for use in an area by a commercial television broadcasting licensee, a national broadcaster or any other person by making a determination under section 34 of the Act and issuing a licence under section 100 of the Radiocommunications Act 1992.
Determination of technical specifications of transmission of television broadcasting services
(4)A channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedule 3 must only be used for transmission of television broadcasting services in accordance with the following specifications:
(a)    subject to subsection (5), the transmission must not have an ERP greater than that specified in column 4;
(b)   the transmission must have the polarisation specified in column 5;
(c)    the transmission must comply with any additional specification specified in column 6.
(5)A transmission may have an ERP greater than that specified in column 4, if:
(a)    the ACMA issues a transmitter licence that authorises the use of the channel specified in column 1 of the item; and
(b)   a condition of that transmitter licence relates to the maximum ERP of the transmission made by that transmitter; and
(c)    either:
(i)     the condition complies with any applicable requirements in the Broadcasting Services (Technical Planning) Guidelines 2007; or
(ii)   if there are no applicable requirements – the condition does not allow the transmitter to be used to provide a transmission greater than 5 dB more than the ERP specified in column 4.
Note    Under the Radiocommunications Act 1992, the ACMA may also impose a transmitter licence condition specifying an output radiated pattern for the use of a transmitter.  The condition may set a limit for the ERP in a particular direction that is less than the maximum ERP specified in column 4 of an item that applies to the channel used by that transmitter.   
Determination of technical limitations and conditions on use of channel
(6)A channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedule 3 must only be used for transmission of television broadcasting services in accordance with a technical limitation (if any) specified for the table that is applicable to that channel.
(7)The ACMA may determine additional technical limitations on the use of the channel.
Note    Even if no applicable technical limitation is specified for the table, the ACMA may still determine additional technical limitations on the use of a channel by making a determination under this subsection.
(8)A channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedule 3 must only be used for transmission of television broadcasting services if an event or circumstance (if any) specified for the table that is applicable to that channel occurs.
(9)The ACMA may determine additional events or circumstances which must occur before the channel may be used.
Note    Even if no applicable event or circumstance is specified for the table, the ACMA may still determine additional events or circumstances that must be met before the channel may be used by making a determination under this subsection.
8              Specification of channels to be available in Remote Indigenous Broadcasting Service licence areas
(1)Subject to subsection (2), each channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedule 4 to this Plan is available in the licence area specified in column 3, to provide television broadcasting services.
(2)   If a date is specified in column 5 of an item in a table in Schedule 4 to this Plan, the channel specified in column 1 of the item is not available in the licence area in column 3 to provide television broadcasting services after that date.
Note 1        A channel may be specified to be available only for a limited period in order to allow a broadcaster to swap channels on which it transmits services.
Note 2        Although a channel is specified to be available for all parts of a licence area, a particular broadcaster may only be authorised to use that channel in one part of a licence area
9              Allotment of channels to community television broadcasting licensees for Remote Indigenous Broadcasting Service licence areas – Schedule 4
                Allotment of channels to community television broadcasting licensees
(1)Each channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedule 4 is allotted to the community television broadcasting licensee of the licence with the licence number specified in column 2 of the table for use in the licence area in column 3, from the date (if any) specified in column 4 until the date (if any) specified in column 5.
(2)If no date is specified in column 4 for an item in a table in Schedule 4, the channel specified in column 1 of the item is allotted to the community television broadcasting licensee of the licence specified in column 2 of the item from the day on which this Plan comes into force.
 
Determination of technical specifications of transmission of community television broadcasting services
(3)A channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedule 4 must only be used for transmission of community television broadcasting services in accordance with the following specifications:
(a)    subject to subsection (4), the transmission must not have an ERP greater than that specified in column 6;
(b)   the transmission must have the polarisation specified in column 7;
(c)    the transmission must comply with any additional specification specified in column 8; and
(d)   the transmission must not be in analog mode after 31 December 2013.
(4)A transmission may have an ERP greater than that specified in column 6, if:
(a)    the ACMA issues a transmitter licence that authorises the use of the channel specified in column 1 of the item; and
(b)   a condition of that transmitter licence relates to the maximum ERP of the transmission made by that transmitter; and
(c)    either:
(i)     the condition complies with any applicable requirements in the Broadcasting Services (Technical Planning) Guidelines 2007; or
(ii)   if there are no applicable requirements – the condition does not allow the transmitter to be used to provide a transmission greater than 5 dB more than the ERP specified in column 6.
Note    Under the Radiocommunications Act 1992, the ACMA may also impose a transmitter licence condition specifying an output radiated pattern for the use of a transmitter.  The condition may set a limit for the ERP in a particular direction that is less than the maximum ERP specified in column 6 of an item that applies to the channel used by that transmitter.   
Determination of technical limitations and conditions on use of channel
(5)A channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedule 4 must only be used for transmission of community television broadcasting services in accordance with a technical limitation (if any) specified for the table that is applicable to that channel.
(6)The ACMA may determine additional technical limitations on the use of the channel.
Note    Even if no applicable technical limitation is specified for the relevant row of the table, the ACMA may still determine additional technical limitations on the use of a channel by making a determination under this subsection.
(7)A channel specified in column 1 of an item in a table in Schedule 4 must only be used for transmission of community television broadcasting services if an event or circumstance (if any) specified for the table that is applicable to that channel occurs.
(8)The ACMA may determine additional events or circumstances which must occur before the channel may be used.
Note    Even if no applicable event or circumstance is specified for the relevant row of the table, the ACMA may still determine additional events or circumstances that must be met before the channel may be used by making a determination under this subsection.
 
Schedule 1 – Allotment of channels to commercial television broadcasting licensees
(sections 4 and 5)
1              Table 1.1 – Allotment of channels to licensee of BSL4747
         (1)   The commercial television broadcasting licence for this table is the licence with the number BSL4747.
                Note  This licence operates in the Western Zone TV1 licence area, and uses the callsign WAW.
         (2)   No technical limitations are specified for this table.
         (3)   No events or circumstances are specified for this table.
 

Item
Column 1
Channel
Column 2
Date of allotment
Column 3
Date allotment ends
Column 4
Maximum ERP
Column 5
Polarisation
Column 6
Additional specifications
Column 7
General area served
Column 8
Transmitter specification number

1
48
 
 
50 W
Vertical
None
Augusta
1131987

2
10
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Broome
10012567

3
7
 
 
125 W
Horizontal
None
Carnarvon
1134370

4
33
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Dampier
1134365

5
6
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Derby (WA)
1134361

6
6
 
 
30 W
Horizontal
None
Exmouth
1134355

7
42
 
 
25 W
Vertical
None
Fitzroy Crossing
1132097

8
7
 
 
10 W
Horizontal
None
Halls Creek
1134345

9
40
 
 
250 W
Horizontal
None
Karratha
10013153

10
6
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Kununurra
1134313

11
42
 
 
15 W
Horizontal
None
Kununurra East
1134308

12
10
 
 
5 W
Horizontal
None
Meekatharra
1134289

13
35
 
 
30 kW
Horizontal
None
Moora
1132197

14
11
 
 
7.5 W
Horizontal
None
Mount Magnet
1134277

15
7
 
 
40 W
Horizontal
None
Newman
1134268

16
8
 
 
13 W
Horizontal
None
Pannawonica
1134257

17
10
 
 
100 W
Horizontal
None
Paraburdoo
1134253

18
29
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Pemberton
1132248

19
12
 
 
750 W
Horizontal
None
Port Hedland
1134248

20
7
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Roebourne
10013158

21
6
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Tom Price
1134236

22
9A
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Wyndham
1131954

Note 1          If no date is specified in column 2 of an item, the allotment commences on the day on which this Plan comes into force.  See subsection 5(2).  If no date is specified in column 3 of an item, the allotment is continuing.
Note 2         Column 7 describes the area in which a channel is allotted for use in general terms.  The actual parameters of use of a channel will be determined by the conditions of the transmitter licence issued under the Radiocommunications Act 1992.
Note 3         Column 8 is included for information only.  “Transmitter specification number” refers to the identification number used by the ACMA for identifying particular transmitters.
Note 4         In some circumstances, a person may be permitted to transmit on a channel at an ERP higher than that determined in column 4.  See subsection 5(5).
Note 5         The one channel may be allotted to two or more different broadcasters, for use in different parts of the one licence area; the ACMA may issue a transmitter licence to one broadcaster authorising the use of the channel in one part of the licence area, and issue transmitter licences to other broadcasters authorising the use of the channel in different parts of the licence area.
Example      The ACMA may issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to a broadcaster in the one part of the licence area (Part A), and issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to another broadcaster in a different part of the licence area (Part B).  Because of this, the first broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part A of the licence area, and the second broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part B of the licence area.
2              Table 1.2 – Allotment of channels to licensee of BSL10048
         (1)   The commercial television broadcasting licence for this table is the licence with the number BSL10048.
                Note  This licence operates in the Remote and Regional Western Australia TV1 licence area, and uses the callsign WOW.
         (2)   No technical limitations are specified for this table.
         (3)   No events or circumstances are specified for this table.
 
Item
Column 1
Channel
Column 2
Date of allotment
Column 3
Date allotment ends
Column 4
Maximum ERP
Column 5
Polarisation
Column 6
Additional specifications
Column 7
General area served
Column 8
Transmitter specification number

1
42
 
 
150 W
Vertical
None
Albany
10012520

2
49
 
 
50 W
Vertical
None
Augusta
1131985

3
42
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Bridgetown
1132020

4
7
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Broome
10012557

5
51
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Bruce Rock
1132024

6
39
 
 
300 kW
Horizontal
None
Bunbury
10008829

7
49
 
 
25 W
Vertical
None
Carnamah
1134374

8
12
 
 
125 W
Horizontal
None
Carnarvon
1134371

9
41
 
 
300 kW
Horizontal
None
Central Agricultural
10012532

10
32
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Dampier
1134366

11
12
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Derby (WA)
1134362

12
11
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Esperance
1134358

13
11
 
 
30 W
Horizontal
None
Exmouth
1134356

14
43
 
 
25 W
Vertical
None
Fitzroy Crossing
1132096

15
44
 
 
150 kW
Horizontal
None
Geraldton
1134349

16
12
 
 
10 W
Horizontal
None
Halls Creek
1134346

17
11
 
 
5 W
Horizontal
None
Kalbarri
1134339

18
10
 
 
4 kW
Horizontal
None
Kalgoorlie
10012560

19
43
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Kambalda
1134334

20
41
 
 
250 W
Horizontal
None
Karratha
10013154

21
41
 
 
2 kW
Vertical
None
Katanning
1132123

22
51
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Kojonup
1134327

23
11
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Kununurra
1134315

24
43
 
 
15 W
Horizontal
None
Kununurra East
1134310

25
43
 
 
1.5 kW
Vertical
None
Mandurah/Waroona
10012498

26
50
 
 
375 W
Horizontal
None
Manjimup
1134300

27
42
 
 
250 W
Vertical
None
Margaret River
1134294

28
12
 
 
5 W
Horizontal
None
Meekatharra
1131903

29
51
 
 
150 W
Horizontal
None
Merredin
1134286

30
49
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Mingenew
1132186

31
37
 
 
30 kW
Horizontal
None
Moora
1132198

32
31
 
 
3.2 kW
Horizontal
None
Morawa
1131602

33
12
 
 
7.5 W
Horizontal
None
Mount Magnet
1134278

34
49
 
 
200 W
Horizontal
None
Mullewa
1132211

35
30
 
 
12.5 W
Vertical
None
Nannup
1132219

36
51
 
 
2 kW
Horizontal
None
Narrogin
10012503

37
10
 
 
40 W
Horizontal
None
Newman
1134270

38
49
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Norseman
1131924

39
51
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Northam
10012494

40
6
 
 
13 W
Horizontal
None
Pannawonica
1134256

41
7
 
 
100 W
Horizontal
None
Paraburdoo
1134254

42
30
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Pemberton
1132252

43
10
 
 
750 W
Horizontal
None
Port Hedland
1134249

44
10
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Roebourne
10013164

45
8
 
 
50 kW
Vertical
None
Southern Agricultural
1134243

46
31
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Southern Cross Town
1134240

47
9A
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Tom Price
1134237

48
30
 
 
120 kW
Horizontal
None
Wagin
10012554

49
7
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Wyndham
1131950

Note 1          If no date is specified in column 2 of an item, the allotment commences on the day on which this Plan comes into force.  See subsection 5(2).  If no date is specified in column 3 of an item, the allotment is continuing.
Note 2         Column 7 describes the area in which a channel is allotted for use in general terms.  The actual parameters of use of a channel will be determined by the conditions of the transmitter licence issued under the Radiocommunications Act 1992.
Note 3         Column 8 is included for information only.  “Transmitter specification number” refers to the identification number used by the ACMA for identifying particular transmitters.
Note 4         In some circumstances, a person may be permitted to transmit on a channel at an ERP higher than that determined in column 4.  See subsection 5(5).
Note 5         The one channel may be allotted to two or more different broadcasters, for use in different parts of the one licence area; the ACMA may issue a transmitter licence to one broadcaster authorising the use of the channel in one part of the licence area, and issue transmitter licences to other broadcasters authorising the use of the channel in different parts of the licence area.
Example      The ACMA may issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to a broadcaster in the one part of the licence area (Part A), and issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to another broadcaster in a different part of the licence area (Part B).  Because of this, the first broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part A of the licence area, and the second broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part B of the licence area.
 
3              Table 1.3 – Allotment of channels to licensee of BSL10416
         (1)   The commercial television broadcasting licence for this table is the licence with the number BSL10416.
                Note  This licence operates in the Kalgoorlie TV1 licence area, and uses the callsign VEW.
         (2)   No technical limitations are specified for this table.
         (3)   No events or circumstances are specified for this table.
 
Item
Column 1
Channel
Column 2
Date of allotment
Column 3
Date allotment ends
Column 4
Maximum ERP
Column 5
Polarisation
Column 6
Additional specifications
Column 7
General area served
Column 8
Transmitter specification number

1
12
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Esperance
10012531

2
12
 
 
4 kW
Horizontal
None
Kalgoorlie
10012562

3
42
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Kambalda
1134333

4
46
 
 
150 W
Horizontal
None
Merredin
1134285

5
48
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Norseman
1134264

6
33
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Southern Cross Town
1134239

Note 1          If no date is specified in column 2 of an item, the allotment commences on the day on which this Plan comes into force.  See subsection 5(2).  If no date is specified in column 3 of an item, the allotment is continuing.
Note 2         Column 7 describes the area in which a channel is allotted for use in general terms.  The actual parameters of use of a channel will be determined by the conditions of the transmitter licence issued under the Radiocommunications Act 1992.
Note 3         Column 8 is included for information only.  “Transmitter specification number” refers to the identification number used by the ACMA for identifying particular transmitters.
Note 4         In some circumstances, a person may be permitted to transmit on a channel at an ERP higher than that determined in column 4.  See subsection 5(5).
Note 5         The one channel may be allotted to two or more different broadcasters, for use in different parts of the one licence area; the ACMA may issue a transmitter licence to one broadcaster authorising the use of the channel in one part of the licence area, and issue transmitter licences to other broadcasters authorising the use of the channel in different parts of the licence area.
Example      The ACMA may issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to a broadcaster in the one part of the licence area (Part A), and issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to another broadcaster in a different part of the licence area (Part B).  Because of this, the first broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part A of the licence area, and the second broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part B of the licence area.
 
4              Table 1.4 – Allotment of channels to licensee of BSL10417
         (1)   The commercial television broadcasting licence for this table is the licence with the number BSL10417.
                Note  This licence operates in the South West and Great Southern TV1 licence area, and uses the callsign SSW.
         (2)   No technical limitations are specified for this table.
         (3)   No events or circumstances are specified for this table.
 
Item
Column 1
Channel
Column 2
Date of allotment
Column 3
Date allotment ends
Column 4
Maximum ERP
Column 5
Polarisation
Column 6
Additional specifications
Column 7
General area served
Column 8
Transmitter specification number

1
45
 
 
150 W
Vertical
None
Albany
1134225

2
41
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Bridgetown
1132016

3
46
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Bruce Rock
1134377

4
35
 
 
300 kW
Horizontal
None
Bunbury
10008830

5
40
 
 
300 kW
Horizontal
None
Central Agricultural
10012539

6
40
 
 
2 kW
Vertical
None
Katanning
1132119

7
46
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Kojonup
1134325

8
42
 
 
1.5 kW
Vertical
None
Mandurah/Waroona
10010328

9
48
 
 
375 W
Horizontal
None
Manjimup
1134296

10
41
 
 
250 W
Vertical
None
Margaret River
1134292

11
29
 
 
12.5 W
Vertical
None
Nannup
1132215

12
46
 
 
2 kW
Horizontal
None
Narrogin
10012504

13
46
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Northam
10012495

14
6
 
 
50 kW
Vertical
None
Southern Agricultural
10012522

15
33
 
 
120 kW
Horizontal
None
Wagin
10012550

Note 1          If no date is specified in column 2 of an item, the allotment commences on the day on which this Plan comes into force.  See subsection 5(2).  If no date is specified in column 3 of an item, the allotment is continuing.
Note 2         Column 7 describes the area in which a channel is allotted for use in general terms.  The actual parameters of use of a channel will be determined by the conditions of the transmitter licence issued under the Radiocommunications Act 1992.
Note 3         Column 8 is included for information only.  “Transmitter specification number” refers to the identification number used by the ACMA for identifying particular transmitters.
Note 4         In some circumstances, a person may be permitted to transmit on a channel at an ERP higher than that determined in column 4.  See subsection 5(5).
Note 5         The one channel may be allotted to two or more different broadcasters, for use in different parts of the one licence area; the ACMA may issue a transmitter licence to one broadcaster authorising the use of the channel in one part of the licence area, and issue transmitter licences to other broadcasters authorising the use of the channel in different parts of the licence area.
Example      The ACMA may issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to a broadcaster in the one part of the licence area (Part A), and issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to another broadcaster in a different part of the licence area (Part B).  Because of this, the first broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part A of the licence area, and the second broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part B of the licence area.
 
5              Table 1.5 – Allotment of channels to licensee of BSL10418
         (1)   The commercial television broadcasting licence for this table is the licence with the number BSL10418.
                Note  This licence operates in the Geraldton TV1 licence area, and uses the callsign GTW.
         (2)   No technical limitations are specified for this table.
         (3)   No events or circumstances are specified for this table.
 
Item
Column 1
Channel
Column 2
Date of allotment
Column 3
Date allotment ends
Column 4
Maximum ERP
Column 5
Polarisation
Column 6
Additional specifications
Column 7
General area served
Column 8
Transmitter specification number

1
48
 
 
25 W
Vertical
None
Carnamah
1132030

2
40
 
 
150 kW
Horizontal
None
Geraldton
1134348

3
6
 
 
5 W
Horizontal
None
Kalbarri
1134338

4
48
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Mingenew
1132182

5
29
 
 
3.2 kW
Horizontal
None
Morawa
1131597

6
48
 
 
200 W
Horizontal
None
Mullewa
1132207

Note 1          If no date is specified in column 2 of an item, the allotment commences on the day on which this Plan comes into force.  See subsection 5(2).  If no date is specified in column 3 of an item, the allotment is continuing.
Note 2         Column 7 describes the area in which a channel is allotted for use in general terms.  The actual parameters of use of a channel will be determined by the conditions of the transmitter licence issued under the Radiocommunications Act 1992.
Note 3         Column 8 is included for information only.  “Transmitter specification number” refers to the identification number used by the ACMA for identifying particular transmitters.
Note 4         In some circumstances, a person may be permitted to transmit on a channel at an ERP higher than that determined in column 4.  See subsection 5(5).
Note 5         The one channel may be allotted to two or more different broadcasters, for use in different parts of the one licence area; the ACMA may issue a transmitter licence to one broadcaster authorising the use of the channel in one part of the licence area, and issue transmitter licences to other broadcasters authorising the use of the channel in different parts of the licence area.
Example      The ACMA may issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to a broadcaster in the one part of the licence area (Part A), and issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to another broadcaster in a different part of the licence area (Part B).  Because of this, the first broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part A of the licence area, and the second broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part B of the licence area.
 
6              Table 1.6 – Allotment of channels to licensee of BSL1130046
         (1)   The commercial television broadcasting licence for this table is the licence with the number BSL1130046.
                Note  This licence operates in the GeraldtonTV1 licence area, and uses the callsign GDW.
         (2)   No technical limitations are specified for this table.
         (3)   No events or circumstances are specified for this table.
 
Item
Column 1
Channel
Column 2
Date of allotment
Column 3
Date allotment ends
Column 4
Maximum ERP
Column 5
Polarisation
Column 6
Additional specifications
Column 7
General area served
Column 8
Transmitter specification number

1
50
 
 
25 W
Vertical
None
Carnamah
1132027

2
45
 
 
150 kW
Horizontal
None
Geraldton
1134350

3
12
 
 
5 W
Horizontal
None
Kalbarri
1134340

4
50
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Mingenew
1134283

5
32
 
 
3.2 kW
Horizontal
None
Morawa
1131596

6
50
 
 
200 W
Horizontal
None
Mullewa
1132208

Note 1          If no date is specified in column 2 of an item, the allotment commences on the day on which this Plan comes into force.  See subsection 5(2).  If no date is specified in column 3 of an item, the allotment is continuing.
Note 2         Column 7 describes the area in which a channel is allotted for use in general terms.  The actual parameters of use of a channel will be determined by the conditions of the transmitter licence issued under the Radiocommunications Act 1992.
Note 3         Column 8 is included for information only.  “Transmitter specification number” refers to the identification number used by the ACMA for identifying particular transmitters.
Note 4         In some circumstances, a person may be permitted to transmit on a channel at an ERP higher than that determined in column 4.  See subsection 5(5).
Note 5         The one channel may be allotted to two or more different broadcasters, for use in different parts of the one licence area; the ACMA may issue a transmitter licence to one broadcaster authorising the use of the channel in one part of the licence area, and issue transmitter licences to other broadcasters authorising the use of the channel in different parts of the licence area.
Example      The ACMA may issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to a broadcaster in the one part of the licence area (Part A), and issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to another broadcaster in a different part of the licence area (Part B).  Because of this, the first broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part A of the licence area, and the second broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part B of the licence area.
 
7              Table 1.7 – Allotment of channels to licensee of BSL1130047
         (1)   The commercial television broadcasting licence for this table is the licence with the number BSL1130047.
                Note  This licence operates in the Western Zone TV1 licence area, and uses the callsign WDW.
         (2)   No technical limitations are specified for this table.
         (3)   No events or circumstances are specified for this table.
 
Item
Column 1
Channel
Column 2
Date of allotment
Column 3
Date allotment ends
Column 4
Maximum ERP
Column 5
Polarisation
Column 6
Additional specifications
Column 7
General area served
Column 8
Transmitter specification number

1
50
 
 
50 W
Vertical
None
Augusta
1131984

2
12
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Broome
1134382

3
8
 
 
125 W
Horizontal
None
Carnarvon
1134372

4
31
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Dampier
1134367

5
10
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Derby (WA)
1132074

6
12
 
 
30 W
Horizontal
None
Exmouth
1134357

7
44
 
 
25 W
Vertical
None
Fitzroy Crossing
1132094

8
10
 
 
10 W
Horizontal
None
Halls Creek
1134347

9
43
 
 
250 W
Horizontal
None
Karratha
1134403

10
7
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Kununurra
1134314

11
44
 
 
15 W
Horizontal
None
Kununurra East
1134309

12
7
 
 
5 W
Horizontal
None
Meekatharra
1131902

13
34
 
 
30 kW
Horizontal
None
Moora
1132194

14
7
 
 
7.5 W
Horizontal
None
Mount Magnet
1134276

15
8
 
 
40 W
Horizontal
None
Newman
1134269

16
7
 
 
13 W
Horizontal
None
Pannawonica
1132237

17
9
 
 
100 W
Horizontal
None
Paraburdoo
1132242

18
33
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Pemberton
1132249

19
9
 
 
750 W
Horizontal
None
Port Hedland
10012547

20
11
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Roebourne
10013409

21
8
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Tom Price
1132301

22
9
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Wyndham
1131949

Note 1          If no date is specified in column 2 of an item, the allotment commences on the day on which this Plan comes into force.  See subsection 5(2).  If no date is specified in column 3 of an item, the allotment is continuing.
Note 2         Column 7 describes the area in which a channel is allotted for use in general terms.  The actual parameters of use of a channel will be determined by the conditions of the transmitter licence issued under the Radiocommunications Act 1992.
Note 3         Column 8 is included for information only.  “Transmitter specification number” refers to the identification number used by the ACMA for identifying particular transmitters.
Note 4         In some circumstances, a person may be permitted to transmit on a channel at an ERP higher than that determined in column 4.  See subsection 5(5).
Note 5         The one channel may be allotted to two or more different broadcasters, for use in different parts of the one licence area; the ACMA may issue a transmitter licence to one broadcaster authorising the use of the channel in one part of the licence area, and issue transmitter licences to other broadcasters authorising the use of the channel in different parts of the licence area.
Example      The ACMA may issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to a broadcaster in the one part of the licence area (Part A), and issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to another broadcaster in a different part of the licence area (Part B).  Because of this, the first broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part A of the licence area, and the second broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part B of the licence area.
 
 
8              Table 1.8 – Allotment of channels to licensee of BSL1130048
         (1)   The commercial television broadcasting licence for this table is the licence with the number BSL1130048.
                Note  This licence operates in the Kalgoorlie TV1 licence area, and uses the callsign VDW.
         (2)   No technical limitations are specified for this table.
         (3)   No events or circumstances are specified for this table.
 
Item
Column 1
Channel
Column 2
Date of allotment
Column 3
Date allotment ends
Column 4
Maximum ERP
Column 5
Polarisation
Column 6
Additional specifications
Column 7
General area served
Column 8
Transmitter specification number

1
8
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Esperance
1134359

2
9
 
 
4 kW
Horizontal
None
Kalgoorlie
10012559

3
44
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Kambalda
1134335

4
49
 
 
150 W
Horizontal
None
Merredin
1132177

5
50
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Norseman
1134263

6
30
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Southern Cross Town
1132277

Note 1          If no date is specified in column 2 of an item, the allotment commences on the day on which this Plan comes into force.  See subsection 5(2).  If no date is specified in column 3 of an item, the allotment is continuing.
Note 2         Column 7 describes the area in which a channel is allotted for use in general terms.  The actual parameters of use of a channel will be determined by the conditions of the transmitter licence issued under the Radiocommunications Act 1992.
Note 3         Column 8 is included for information only.  “Transmitter specification number” refers to the identification number used by the ACMA for identifying particular transmitters.
Note 4         In some circumstances, a person may be permitted to transmit on a channel at an ERP higher than that determined in column 4.  See subsection 5(5).
Note 5         The one channel may be allotted to two or more different broadcasters, for use in different parts of the one licence area; the ACMA may issue a transmitter licence to one broadcaster authorising the use of the channel in one part of the licence area, and issue transmitter licences to other broadcasters authorising the use of the channel in different parts of the licence area.
Example      The ACMA may issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to a broadcaster in the one part of the licence area (Part A), and issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to another broadcaster in a different part of the licence area (Part B).  Because of this, the first broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part A of the licence area, and the second broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part B of the licence area.
 
9              Table 1.9 – Allotment of channels to licensee of BSL1130049
         (1)   The commercial television broadcasting licence for this table is the licence with the number BSL1130049.
                Note  This licence operates in the South West and Great Southern TV1 licence area, and uses the callsign SDW.
         (2)   No technical limitations are specified for this table.
         (3)   No events or circumstances are specified for this table.
 
Item
Column 1
Channel
Column 2
Date of allotment
Column 3
Date allotment ends
Column 4
Maximum ERP
Column 5
Polarisation
Column 6
Additional specifications
Column 7
General area served
Column 8
Transmitter specification number

1
44
 
 
150 W
Vertical
None
Albany
10012518

2
44
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Bridgetown
1132017

3
49
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Bruce Rock
1132021

4
37
 
 
300 kW
Horizontal
None
Bunbury
10008825

5
42
 
 
300 kW
Horizontal
None
Central Agricultural
10012534

6
42
 
 
2 kW
Vertical
None
Katanning
1132120

7
49
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Kojonup
1134326

8
44
 
 
1.5 kW
Vertical
None
Mandurah/Waroona
10010326

9
49
 
 
375 W
Horizontal
None
Manjimup
1134299

10
44
 
 
250 W
Vertical
None
Margaret River
1134293

11
33
 
 
12.5 W
Vertical
None
Nannup
1132216

12
49
 
 
2 kW
Horizontal
None
Narrogin
10012502

13
49
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Northam
10012493

14
12
 
 
50 kW
Vertical
None
Southern Agricultural
1134244

15
31
 
 
120 kW
Horizontal
None
Wagin
10012553

Note 1          If no date is specified in column 2 of an item, the allotment commences on the day on which this Plan comes into force.  See subsection 5(2).  If no date is specified in column 3 of an item, the allotment is continuing.
Note 2         Column 7 describes the area in which a channel is allotted for use in general terms.  The actual parameters of use of a channel will be determined by the conditions of the transmitter licence issued under the Radiocommunications Act 1992.
Note 3         Column 8 is included for information only.  “Transmitter specification number” refers to the identification number used by the ACMA for identifying particular transmitters.
Note 4         In some circumstances, a person may be permitted to transmit on a channel at an ERP higher than that determined in column 4.  See subsection 5(5).
Note 5         The one channel may be allotted to two or more different broadcasters, for use in different parts of the one licence area; the ACMA may issue a transmitter licence to one broadcaster authorising the use of the channel in one part of the licence area, and issue transmitter licences to other broadcasters authorising the use of the channel in different parts of the licence area.
Example      The ACMA may issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to a broadcaster in the one part of the licence area (Part A), and issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to another broadcaster in a different part of the licence area (Part B).  Because of this, the first broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part A of the licence area, and the second broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part B of the licence area.
 
Schedule 2 – Allotment of channels to national broadcasters
(sections 4 and 6)
1              Table 2.1 – Allotment of channels to Australian Broadcasting Corporation
         (1)   The national broadcaster for this table is the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
                Note  This broadcaster provides a service in the Remote and Regional Western Australia TV1 licence area.
         (2)   No technical limitations are specified for this table.
         (3)   The following events or circumstances are specified for this table:
(a)        for item 30, the channel must not be used until the licensee of the commercial television broadcasting licence with the number BSL10417 (SSW) ceases to provide a service on channel 50 in the Central Agricultural general area served, in the South West and Great Southern TV1 licence area;
(b)        for item 44, the channel must not be used until the licensee of the commercial television broadcasting licence with the number BSL10417 (SSW) ceases to provide a service on channel 50 in the Central Agricultural general area served, in the South West and Great Southern TV1 licence area;
(c)        for item 51, the channel must not be used until the licensee of the commercial television broadcasting licence with the number BSL10417 (SSW) ceases to provide a service on channel 50 in the Central Agricultural general area served, in the South West and Great Southern TV1 licence area;
(d)        for item 54, the channel must not be used until the licensee of the commercial television broadcasting licence with the number BSL10417 (SSW) ceases to provide a service on channel 50 in the Central Agricultural general area served, in the South West and Great Southern TV1 licence area;
(e)        for item 67, the channel must not be used until both:
(i)    the Special Broadcasting Service Corporation ceases to provide a service on channel 29 in the Wagin general area served; and
(ii)   the Special Broadcasting Service Corporation ceases to provide a service on channel 29 in the Southern Agricultural general area served
 
Item
Column 1
Channel
Column 2
Date of allotment
Column 3
Date allotment ends
Column 4
Maximum ERP
Column 5
Polarisation
Column 6
Additional specifications
Column 7
General area served
Column 8
Transmitter specification number

1
43
 
 
150 W
Vertical
None
Albany
1134158

2
40
 
 
60 W
Horizontal
None
Argyle
1131846

3
46
 
 
50 W
Vertical
None
Augusta
1134227

3A
55
 
31 Dec 2014
50 W
Vertical
None
Augusta
1131983

4
38
 
 
6 W
Vertical
None
Bayulu
1131996

5
45
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Bridgetown
1132015

6
9
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Broome
10012565

7
36
 
 
300 kW
Horizontal
None
Bunbury
10008826

8
6
 
 
125 W
Horizontal
None
Carnarvon
10012571

9
45
 
 
300 kW
Horizontal
None
Central Agricultural
10012535

10
47
 
 
3.5 W
Vertical
None
Cervantes
1132038

11
46
 
 
5 W
Horizontal
None
Condingup/Howick
1132049

12
10
 
 
10 W
Horizontal
None
Cue
1131854

13
49
 
 
5 kW
Horizontal
None
Dalwallinu
1132065

14
28
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Dampier
1132066

15
7
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Denham
1132072

16
9
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Derby (WA)
1132073

17
47
 
 
5 W
Vertical
None
Eneabba
1132085

18
9A
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Esperance
10012529

19
7
 
 
30 W
Horizontal
None
Exmouth
1132086

20
41
 
 
25 W
Vertical
None
Fitzroy Crossing
1134352

21
41
 
 
150 kW
Horizontal
None
Geraldton
10012485

22
9
 
 
10 W
Horizontal
None
Halls Creek
1131870

23
40
 
 
13 W
Vertical
None
Hopetoun (WA)
1132100

24
37
 
 
1.65 kW
Horizontal
None
Jurien
1134342

24A
56
 
31 Dec 2014
800 W
Horizontal
None
Jurien
1132105

25
8
 
 
5 W
Horizontal
None
Kalbarri
1132106

26
9A
 
 
4 kW
Horizontal
None
Kalgoorlie
10012558

27
40
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Kambalda
1134331

27A
56
 
31 Dec 2014
50 W
Horizontal
None
Kambalda
1132111

28
42
 
 
250 W
Horizontal
None
Karratha
1134329

28A
53
 
31 Dec 2014
250 W
Horizontal
None
Karratha
10013148

29
45
 
 
2 kW
Vertical
None
Katanning
1132117

30
50
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Kojonup
1134322

30A
68
 
31 Dec 2014
25 W
Horizontal
None
Kojonup
1132128

31
8
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Kununurra
1131886

32
40
 
 
15 W
Horizontal
None
Kununurra East
1134306

33
34
 
 
10 W
Vertical
None
Lake Grace
1132140

34
11
 
 
40 W
Horizontal
None
Laverton
1132143

35
6
 
 
15 W
Horizontal
None
Leeman
1132144

36
11
 
 
40 W
Horizontal
None
Leinster
1131893

37
10
 
 
90 W
Horizontal
None
Leonora
1132151

38
41
 
 
1.5 kW
Vertical
None
Mandurah/Waroona
10010325

39
46
 
 
375 W
Horizontal
None
Manjimup
1134298

39A
58
 
31 Dec 2014
375 W
Horizontal
None
Manjimup
10012508

40
7
 
 
10 W
Horizontal
None
Marble Bar
1132165

41
45
 
 
250 W
Vertical
None
Margaret River
1132166

42
9
 
 
5 W
Horizontal
None
Meekatharra
1131901

43
10
 
 
5 W
Horizontal
None
Menzies
1132175

44
50
 
 
150 W
Horizontal
None
Merredin
1134284

44A
56
 
31 Dec 2014
150 W
Horizontal
None
Merredin
1132176

45
38
 
 
30 kW
Horizontal
None
Moora
1134282

45A
52
 
31 Dec 2014
30 kW
Horizontal
None
Moora
1132193

46
7
 
 
3.2 kW
Horizontal
None
Morawa
1131595

47
9
 
 
7.5 W
Horizontal
None
Mount Magnet
1131909

48
46
 
 
200 W
Horizontal
None
Mullewa
1134275

49
31
 
 
12.5 W
Vertical
None
Nannup
1132214

50
50
 
 
5 W
Vertical
None
Narembeen
1132220

51
50
 
 
2 kW
Horizontal
None
Narrogin
1134273

51A
58
 
31 Dec 2014
2 kW
Horizontal
None
Narrogin
10012501

52
6
 
 
40 W
Horizontal
None
Newman
1132225

53
6
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Norseman
1131917

54
50
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Northam
1134261

54A
57
 
31 Dec 2014
25 W
Horizontal
None
Northam
10012492

55
46
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Northampton
1134259

56
7
 
 
13 W
Horizontal
None
Onslow
1131925

57
9
 
 
13 W
Horizontal
None
Pannawonica
1132236

58
9A
 
 
100 W
Horizontal
None
Paraburdoo
1132241

59
32
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Pemberton
1132247

60
8
 
 
750 W
Horizontal
None
Port Hedland
10012544

61
10
 
 
10 W
Horizontal
None
Ravensthorpe
1132259

62
9A
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Roebourne
10013159

63
40
 
 
1.125 kW
Horizontal
None
Salmon Gums
1132274

64
11
 
 
50 kW
Vertical
None
Southern Agricultural
10012521

65
7
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Southern Cross
1132275

66
12
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Tom Price
1132299

67
29
 
 
120 kW
Horizontal
None
Wagin
1134235

67A
38
 
31 Dec 2014
180 kW
Horizontal
None
Wagin
10012551

68
47
 
 
25  W
Vertical
None
Wongan Hills
1134234

68A
7
 
31 Dec 2014
160 W
Vertical
None
Wongan Hills
1132328

69
12
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Wyndham
1131947

70
10
 
 
5 W
Horizontal
None
Yalgoo
1132331

Note 1          If no date is specified in column 2 of an item, the allotment commences on the day on which this Plan comes into force.  See subsection 6(2).  If no date is specified in column 3 of an item, the allotment is continuing.
Note 2         Column 7 describes the area in which a channel is allotted for use in general terms.  The actual parameters of use of a channel will be determined by the conditions of the transmitter licence issued under the Radiocommunications Act 1992.
Note 3         Column 8 is included for information only.  “Transmitter specification number” refers to the identification number used by the ACMA for identifying particular transmitters.
Note 4         In some circumstances, a person may be permitted to transmit on a channel at an ERP higher than that determined in column 4.  See subsection 6(5).
Note 5         The one channel may be allotted to two or more different broadcasters, for use in different parts of the one licence area; the ACMA may issue a transmitter licence to one broadcaster authorising the use of the channel in one part of the licence area, and issue transmitter licences to other broadcasters authorising the use of the channel in different parts of the licence area.
Example      The ACMA may issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to a broadcaster in the one part of the licence area (Part A), and issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to another broadcaster in a different part of the licence area (Part B).  Because of this, the first broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part A of the licence area, and the second broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part B of the licence area.
2              Table 2.2 – Allotment of channels to Special Broadcasting Service Corporation
         (1)   The national broadcaster for this table is the Special Broadcasting Service Corporation.
                Note  This broadcaster provides a service in the Remote and Regional Western Australia TV1 licence area.
         (2)   No technical limitations are specified for this table.
         (3)   The following events or circumstances are specified for this table:
(a)        for item 23, the channel must not be used until the licensee of the commercial television broadcasting licence with the number BSL10048 (WOW) ceases to provide a service on channel 40 in the Bunbury general area served;
(b)        for item 41, the channel must not be used until the licensee of the commercial television broadcasting licence with the number BSL10417 (SSW) ceases to provide a service on channel 10 in the Katanning general area served, in the South West and Great Southern TV1 licence area.
 
Item
Column 1
Channel
Column 2
Date of allotment
Column 3
Date allotment ends
Column 4
Maximum ERP
Column 5
Polarisation
Column 6
Additional specifications
Column 7
General area served
Column 8
Transmitter specification number

1
41
 
 
150 W
Vertical
None
Albany
10012517

2
43
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Bridgetown
1132019

3
9A
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Broome
10012566

4
48
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Bruce Rock
1134379

5
34
 
 
300 kW
Horizontal
None
Bunbury
10008828

6
47
 
 
25 W
Vertical
None
Carnamah
1134376

7
11
 
 
125 W
Horizontal
None
Carnarvon
10012577

8
43
 
 
300 kW
Horizontal
None
Central Agricultural
1134150

9
30
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Dampier
1134364

10
7
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Derby (WA)
1132075

11
9
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Esperance
10012533

12
9
 
 
30 W
Horizontal
None
Exmouth
1132087

13
40
 
 
25 W
Vertical
None
Fitzroy Crossing
1134353

14
42
 
 
150 kW
Horizontal
None
Geraldton
10012486

15
9A
 
 
10 W
Horizontal
None
Halls Creek
1134344

16
7
 
 
4 kW
Horizontal
None
Kalgoorlie
10012561

17
41
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Kambalda
1134332

18
44
 
 
250 W
Horizontal
None
Karratha
1134330

18A
65
 
31 Dec 2014
250 W
Horizontal
None
Karratha
10013150

19
44
 
 
2 kW
Vertical
None
Katanning
1132118

20
48
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Kojonup
1134323

21
10
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Kununurra
1131889

22
41
 
 
15 W
Horizontal
None
Kununurra East
1134307

23
40
 
 
1.5 kW
Vertical
None
Mandurah/Waroona
1134302

23A
53
 
31 Dec 2014
1.5 kW
Vertical
None
Mandurah/Waroona
10010324

24
47
 
 
375 W
Horizontal
None
Manjimup
1134297

24A
55
 
31 Dec 2014
375 W
Horizontal
None
Manjimup
10012507

25
43
 
 
250 W
Vertical
None
Margaret River
1132167

26
9A
 
 
5 W
Horizontal
None
Meekatharra
1134290

27
48
 
 
150 W
Horizontal
None
Merredin
1134287

28
39
 
 
30 kW
Horizontal
None
Moora
1136618

29
9A
 
 
7.5 W
Horizontal
None
Mount Magnet
1134279

30
47
 
 
200 W
Horizontal
None
Mullewa
1134274

31
48
 
 
2 kW
Horizontal
None
Narrogin
1134272

31A
55
 
31 Dec 2014
2 kW
Horizontal
None
Narrogin
10012500

32
11
 
 
40 W
Horizontal
None
Newman
1132226

33
47
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Norseman
1134266

34
48
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Northam
1134262

34A
54
 
31 Dec 2014
25 W
Horizontal
None
Northam
10012491

35
47
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Northampton
1134260

36
10
 
 
13 W
Horizontal
None
Pannawonica
1134390

37
12
 
 
100 W
Horizontal
None
Paraburdoo
1134252

38
28
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Pemberton
1134251

39
6
 
 
750 W
Horizontal
None
Port Hedland
10012548

40
8
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Roebourne
10013163

41
10
 
 
50 kW
Vertical
None
Southern Agricultural
1134242

41A
29
 
31 Dec 2014
200 kW
Vertical
None
Southern Agricultural
10012523

42
28
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Southern Cross Town
1134246

43
11
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Tom Price
1132300

44
28
 
 
120 kW
Horizontal
None
Wagin
10012552

45
11
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Wyndham
1131948

Note 1          If no date is specified in column 2 of an item, the allotment commences on the day on which this Plan comes into force.  See subsection 6(2).  If no date is specified in column 3 of an item, the allotment is continuing.
Note 2         Column 7 describes the area in which a channel is allotted for use in general terms.  The actual parameters of use of a channel will be determined by the conditions of the transmitter licence issued under the Radiocommunications Act 1992.
Note 3         Column 8 is included for information only.  “Transmitter specification number” refers to the identification number used by the ACMA for identifying particular transmitters.
Note 4         In some circumstances, a person may be permitted to transmit on a channel at an ERP higher than that determined in column 4.  See subsection 6(5).
Note 5         The one channel may be allotted to two or more different broadcasters, for use in different parts of the one licence area; the ACMA may issue a transmitter licence to one broadcaster authorising the use of the channel in one part of the licence area, and issue transmitter licences to other broadcasters authorising the use of the channel in different parts of the licence area.
Example      The ACMA may issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to a broadcaster in the one part of the licence area (Part A), and issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to another broadcaster in a different part of the licence area (Part B).  Because of this, the first broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part A of the licence area, and the second broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part B of the licence area.
 
 
Schedule 3 – Allotment of channels to providers of other television broadcasting services
(sections 4 and 7)
1              Table 3.1 – Allotment of channels to providers of other television broadcasting services
         (1)   No person is specified for this table.
                Note  This table specifies channels available in the Remote and Regional Western Australia TV1 licence area.
         (2)   No technical limitations are specified for this table.
         (3)   The following events or circumstances are specified for this table:
(a)        for item 5, the channel must not be used until the Australian Broadcasting Corporation ceases to provide a service on channel 6 in the Broome general area served;
(b)        for item 21, the channel must not be used until the licensee of the commercial television broadcasting licence with the number BSL10048 (WOW) ceases to provide a service on channel 10 in the Kalbarri general area served; and
(c)        for item 30, the channel must not be used until the licensee of the NEW retransmission service ceases to provide a service on channel 45 in the Mandurah/Singleton general area served, in the Perth TV1 licence area.
 
Item
Column 1
Channel
Column 2
Date of allotment
Column 3
Date allotment ends
Column 4
Maximum ERP
Column 5
Polarisation
Column 6
Additional specifications
Column 7
General area served
Column 8
Transmitter specification number

1
40
 
 
150 W
Vertical
None
Albany
10012519

2
47
 
 
50 W
Vertical
None
Augusta
1136346

3
51
 
 
50 W
Vertical
None
Augusta
1131986

4
40
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Bridgetown
1132018

5
6
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Broome
1134380

5A
31
 
 
2 kW
Horizontal
None
Broome
1133879

6
8
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Broome
10012568

7
50
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Bruce Rock
1134378

8
47
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Bruce Rock
1132023

9
38
 
 
300 kW
Horizontal
None
Bunbury
10008827

10
46
 
 
25 W
Vertical
None
Carnamah
1136639

11
51
 
 
25 W
Vertical
None
Carnamah
1134375

12
10
 
 
125 W
Horizontal
None
Carnarvon
1134373

13
44
 
 
300 kW
Horizontal
None
Central Agricultural
1134369

14
29
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Dampier
1134368

15
8
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Derby (WA)
1134363

16
7
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Esperance
1134360

17
8
 
 
30 W
Horizontal
None
Exmouth
1134354

18
45
 
 
25 W
Vertical
None
Fitzroy Crossing
1132095

19
43
 
 
150 kW
Horizontal
None
Geraldton
1134351

20
6
 
 
10 W
Horizontal
None
Halls Creek
1134343

21
10
 
 
5 W
Horizontal
None
Kalbarri
1136348

22
7
 
 
5 W
Horizontal
None
Kalbarri
1134341

23
11
 
 
4 kW
Horizontal
None
Kalgoorlie
1134337

24
45
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Kambalda
1134336

25
45
 
 
250 W
Horizontal
None
Karratha
10013149

26
43
 
 
2 kW
Vertical
None
Katanning
1132121

27
47
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Kojonup
1134324

28
12
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Kununurra
1134312

29
45
 
 
15 W
Horizontal
None
Kununurra East
1134311

30
45
 
 
1.5 kW
Vertical
None
Mandurah/Waroona
1135189

31
51
 
 
375 W
Horizontal
None
Manjimup
1134301

32
40
 
 
250 W
Vertical
None
Margaret River
1134295

33
11
 
 
5 W
Horizontal
None
Meekatharra
1134291

34
47
 
 
150 W
Horizontal
None
Merredin
1134288

35
46
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Mingenew
1136642

36
47
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Mingenew
1136643

37
51
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Mingenew
1132185

38
36
 
 
30 kW
Horizontal
None
Moora
1132196

39
33
 
 
3.2 kW
Horizontal
None
Morawa
1134281

40
30
 
 
3.2 kW
Horizontal
None
Morawa
1131599

41
10
 
 
7.5 W
Horizontal
None
Mount Magnet
1134381

42
51
 
 
200 W
Horizontal
None
Mullewa
1132210

43
28
 
 
12.5 W
Vertical
None
Nannup
1136350

44
32
 
 
12.5 W
Vertical
None
Nannup
1132217

45
47
 
 
2 kW
Horizontal
None
Narrogin
10012505

46
12
 
 
40 W
Horizontal
None
Newman
1134271

47
51
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Norseman
1134265

48
47
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Northam
10012497

49
11
 
 
13 W
Horizontal
None
Pannawonica
1134258

50
11
 
 
100 W
Horizontal
None
Paraburdoo
1134255

51
31
 
 
25 W
Horizontal
None
Pemberton
1132250

52
7
 
 
750 W
Horizontal
None
Port Hedland
1134250

53
12
 
 
500 W
Horizontal
None
Roebourne
1134247

54
7
 
 
50 kW
Vertical
None
Southern Agricultural
1134245

55
32
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Southern Cross Town
1134241

56
7
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Tom Price
1134238

57
32
 
 
120 kW
Horizontal
None
Wagin
10012555

58
6
 
 
50 W
Horizontal
None
Wyndham
1131953

Note 1          If no date is specified in column 2 of an item, the allotment commences on the day on which this Plan comes into force.  See subsection 7(2).  If no date is specified in column 3 of an item, the allotment is continuing.
Note 2         Column 7 describes the area in which a channel is allotted for use in general terms.  The actual parameters of use of a channel will be determined by the conditions of the transmitter licence issued under the Radiocommunications Act 1992.
Note 3         Column 8 is included for information only.  “Transmitter specification number” refers to the identification number used by the ACMA for identifying particular transmitters.
Note 4         In some circumstances, a person may be permitted to transmit on a channel at an ERP higher than that determined in column 4.  See subsection 7(5).
Note 5         The one channel may be allotted to two or more different broadcasters, for use in different parts of the one licence area; the ACMA may issue a transmitter licence to one broadcaster authorising the use of the channel in one part of the licence area, and issue transmitter licences to other broadcasters authorising the use of the channel in different parts of the licence area.
Example      The ACMA may issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to a broadcaster in the one part of the licence area (Part A), and issue a transmitter licence for the use of channel 8 to another broadcaster in a different part of the licence area (Part B).  Because of this, the first broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part A of the licence area, and the second broadcaster can only use channel 8 in Part B of the licence area.
 
Schedule 4 – Allotment of channels to community television broadcasting licensees for Remote Indigenous Broadcasting Service licence areas
(sections 8 and 9)
1     Table 4.1 – Allotment of channels
(1)   In this table, each Remote Indigenous Broadcasting Service licence area specified in column 3 means the area with that name described in Attachment 6 to this Plan.
(2)   No technical limitations are specified for this table.
(3)   No events or circumstances are specified for this table.
 
Item
Column 1
Channel
Column 2
BSL
Column 3
Licence Area
Column 4
Date of allotment
Column 5
Date allotment ends
Column 6
Maximum ERP
Column 7
Polarisation
Column 8
Additional specifications
Column 9
General area served
Column 10
Transmitter specification number

1
42
2722
Balgo TV1
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Balgo
1136931

1A
66
2722
Balgo TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
20 W
Horizontal
None
Balgo
10001564

2
42
2029
Beagle Bay TV1
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Beagle Bay
1137018

2A
66
2029
Beagle Bay TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
20 W
Horizontal
None
Beagle Bay
10001568

3
50
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
 
40 W
Vertical
None
Blackstone (WA)
1137016

3A
69
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
40 W
Vertical
None
Blackstone (WA)
3708053

4
42
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
 
200 W
Vertical
None
Coonana
1137012

4A
66
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
200 W
Vertical
None
Coonana
1130456

5
42
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
 
200 W
Vertical
None
Cosmo Newberry
1137011

5A
66
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
200 W
Vertical
None
Cosmo Newberry
10013908

6
41
2030
Djarindjin TV1
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Djarindjin
1137007

6A
65
2030
Djarindjin TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
20 W
Horizontal
None
Djarindjin
10001758

7
42
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
 
200 W
Vertical
None
Jameson (Mantamaru)
1136995

7A
69
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
200 W
Vertical
None
Jameson (Mantamaru)
3708047

8
42
2027
Jigalong TV1
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Jigalong
1136994

8A
66
2027
Jigalong TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
20 W
Horizontal
None
Jigalong
10001634

9
42
3963
Kalumburu TV1
 
 
200 W
Horizontal
None
Kalumburu
1136993

9A
66
3963
Kalumburu TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
200 W
Horizontal
None
Kalumburu
10001639

10
42
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
 
35 W
Vertical
None
Kanpa
1136991

10A
66
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
35 W
Vertical
None
Kanpa
10013910

11
42
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
 
200 W
Vertical
None
Karilywara
1136990

11A
66
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
200 W
Vertical
None
Karilywara
10013909

12
42
5091
Kiwirrkurra TV1
 
 
200 W
Vertical
None
Kiwirrkurra
1136988

12A
66
5091
Kiwirrkurra TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
200 W
Vertical
None
Kiwirrkurra
10001644

13
42
5088
Lagrange TV1
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
La Grange
1136985

13A
66
5088
Lagrange TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
20 W
Horizontal
None
La Grange
10001655

14
42
3366
Looma TV1
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Looma
1136982

14A
66
3366
Looma TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
20 W
Horizontal
None
Looma
10001757

15
42
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
 
200 W
Vertical
None
Tjirrkarli
1136956

15A
69
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
200 W
Vertical
None
Tjirrkarli
3708050

16
42
5102
Tjukurla TV1
 
 
200 W
Vertical
None
Tjukurla
1136955

16A
66
5102
Tjukurla TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
200 W
Vertical
None
Tjukurla
10001712

17
42
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
 
200 W
Vertical
None
Tjuntjuntjara
1136954

17A
66
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
200 W
Vertical
None
Tjuntjuntjara
3221001

18
42
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
 
200 W
Vertical
None
Wanarn
1136950

18A
66
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
200 W
Vertical
None
Wanarn
3708080

19
42
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
 
200 W
Vertical
None
Warakurna
1136948

19A
66
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
200 W
Vertical
None
Warakurna
3183001

20
50
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
 
120 W
Vertical
None
Warburton (WA)
1136947

20A
69
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
120 W
Vertical
None
Warburton (WA)
3708030

21
42
3165
Warmun TV1
 
 
200 W
Horizontal
None
Warmun
1136946

21A
65
3165
Warmun TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
200 W
Horizontal
None
Warmun
10001756

22
42
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
 
200 W
Vertical
None
Wingellina
1136943

22A
66
5074
Wingellina TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
200 W
Vertical
None
Wingellina
10001724

23
42
6710
Yungngora TV1
 
 
20 W
Horizontal
None
Yungngora
1136934

23A
66
6710
Yungngora TV1
 
31 Dec 2014
20 W
Horizontal
None
Yungngora
10001733

Note 1          If no date is specified in column 4 of an item, the allotment commences on the day on which this Plan comes into force.  See subsection 9(2).  If no date is specified in column 5 of an item, the allotment is continuing.
Note 2         Column 3 describes the licence area in which a channel is allotted for use. The actual parameters of use of a channel will be determined by the conditions of the transmitter licence issued under the Radiocommunications Act 1992.
Note 3         Column 10 is included for information only.  “Transmitter specification number” refers to the identification number used by the ACMA for identifying particular transmitters.
Note 4         In some circumstances, a person may be permitted to transmit on a channel at an ERP higher than that determined in column 6.  See subsection 9(4).
 
 
Attachment 1 – Geraldton TV1 licence area
(section 3)
1              Use of census data terms
                In this Attachment:
                C means the City statistical unit.
                CD means the Collection District statistical unit.
                LGA means the Local Government Area statistical unit.
                S means the Shire statistical unit.
                statistical units means the Australian Standard Geographical Classification areas used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the census of 7 August 2001.
Note Information about the Australian Standard Geographical Classification is available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, at http://abs.gov.au.
2              Geraldton TV1 licence area
                The Geraldton TV1 licence area comprises the following statistical units:
 

Area Description

Carnamah (S) (LGA)

Chapman Valley (S) (LGA)

Geraldton (C) (LGA)

Greenough (S) (LGA)

Irwin (S) (LGA)

Mingenew (S) (LGA)

Morawa (S) (LGA)

Northampton (S) (LGA)

Three Springs (S) (LGA)

WA CD 021602

WA CD 021603

WA CD 021604

WA CD 022001

WA CD 022003

WA CD 022404

 
Note    The GeraldtonTV1 licence area includes the following “general areas served”: Carnamah, Geraldton, Kalbarri, Mingenew, Morawa and Mullewa.
 
 
Attachment 2 – Kalgoorlie TV1 licence area
(section 3)
1              Use of census data terms
                In this Attachment:
                CD means the Collection District statistical unit.
                LGA means the Local Government Area statistical unit.
                S means the Shire statistical unit.
                statistical units means the Australian Standard Geographical Classification areas used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the census of 7 August 2001.
Note Information about the Australian Standard Geographical Classification is available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, at http://abs.gov.au.
2              Kalgoorlie TV1 licence area
                The Kalgoorlie TV1 licence area comprises the following statistical units:
 

Area Description

Cunderdin (S) (LGA)

Kellerberrin (S) (LGA)

Merredin (S) (LGA)

Tammin (S) (LGA)

WA CD 040602

WA CD 040603

WA CD 040702

WA CD 130403

WA CD 130404

WA CD 130405

WA CD 130406

WA CD 130407

WA CD 130408

WA CD 130412

WA CD 130413

WA CD 130414

WA CD 130415

WA CD 130416

WA CD 130417

WA CD 130418

WA CD 130419

WA CD 130421

WA CD 130423

WA CD 130425

WA CD 130426

WA CD 130427

WA CD 130428

WA CD 130429

WA CD 130501

WA CD 130502

WA CD 130503

WA CD 130504

WA CD 130505

WA CD 130506

WA CD 130507

WA CD 130508

WA CD 130509

WA CD 130510

WA CD 130511

WA CD 130512

WA CD 130513

WA CD 130514

WA CD 130515

WA CD 130516

WA CD 130517

WA CD 130518

WA CD 130519

WA CD 130520

WA CD 130521

WA CD 130522

WA CD 130601

WA CD 130602

WA CD 130603

WA CD 130604

WA CD 130605

WA CD 130606

WA CD 130607

WA CD 130608

WA CD 130609

WA CD 130610

WA CD 130611

WA CD 130612

WA CD 130701

WA CD 130702

WA CD 130703

WA CD 130704

WA CD 130705

WA CD 130706

WA CD 130707

WA CD 130708

WA CD 130709

WA CD 130710

WA CD 130711

WA CD 130712

WA CD 130713

WA CD 130714

WA CD 130801

WA CD 130802

WA CD 130803

WA CD 130805

WA CD 130806

WA CD 130807

WA CD 130808

WA CD 130809

WA CD 130810

WA CD 130811

WA CD 130812

WA CD 130901

WA CD 130904

WA CD 130905

WA CD 130906

WA CD 130907

WA CD 131602

WA CD 131603

WA CD 131604

WA CD 131606

WA CD 131607

WA CD 131608

WA CD 131609

WA CD 131610

WA CD 131612

WA CD 131613

WA CD 131614

WA CD 131615

WA CD 131616

WA CD 131617

WA CD 131618

WA CD 131619

WA CD 131701

WA CD 131702

WA CD 131703

WA CD 131704

WA CD 131705

WA CD 131706

WA CD 131707

WA CD 131708

WA CD 131709

WA CD 131710

 
Note    The Kalgoorlie TV1 licence area includes the following “general areas served”: Esperance, Kalgoorlie, Kambalda, Merredin, Norseman, Southern Cross and Southern Cross Town.
 
Attachment 3 – Remote and Regional Western Australia TV1 licence area
(section 3)
1              Use of census data terms
                In this Attachment:
                C means the City statistical unit.
                CD means the Collection District statistical unit.
                LGA means the Local Government Area statistical unit.
                S means the Shire statistical unit.
                SD means the Statistical Division statistical unit.
                SLA means the Statistical Local Area statistical unit.
                T means the Town statistical unit.
                statistical units means the Australian Standard Geographical Classification areas used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the census of 7 August 2001.
Note Information about the Australian Standard Geographical Classification is available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, at http://abs.gov.au.
2              Remote and Regional Western Australia TV1 licence area
                The Remote and Regional Western Australia TV1 licence area comprises the following statistical units:
 

Area Description

Central (SD)

Kimberley (SD)

Lower Great Southern (SD)

Pilbara (SD)

South Eastern (SD)

Upper Great Southern (SD)

Augusta-Margaret River (S) (LGA)

Boddington (S) (LGA)

Boyup Brook (S) (LGA)

Bridgetown-Greenbushes (S) (LGA)

Bruce Rock (S) (LGA)

Bunbury (C) (LGA)

Busselton (S) (LGA)

Capel (S) (LGA)

Collie (S) (LGA)

Cunderdin (S) (LGA)

Dalwallinu (S) (LGA)

Dandaragan (S) (LGA)

Dardanup (S) (LGA)

Donnybrook-Balingup (S) (LGA)

Dowerin (S) (LGA)

Goomalling (S) (LGA)

Harvey (S) (LGA)

Kellerberrin (S) (LGA)

Koorda (S) (LGA)

Manjimup (S) (LGA)

Merredin (S) (LGA)

Moora (S) (LGA)

Mount Marshall (S) (LGA)

Mukinbudin (S) (LGA)

Murray (S) (LGA)

Nannup (S) (LGA)

Narembeen (S) (LGA)

Northam (T) (LGA)

Nungarin (S) (LGA)

Quairading (S) (LGA)

Tammin (S) (LGA)

Trayning (S) (LGA)

Victoria Plains (S) (LGA)

Waroona (S) (LGA)

Westonia (S) (LGA)

Wongan-Ballidu (S) (LGA)

Wyalkatchem (S) (LGA)

Yilgarn (S) (LGA)

Territory of Christmas Island (SLA)
 
Territory of Cocos (Keeling) Islands (SLA)
 
WA CD 041101

WA CD 041102

WA CD 041104

WA CD 041107

WA CD 041601

WA CD 041602

WA CD 041603

WA CD 041604

WA CD 041606

WA CD 041607

WA CD 041608

WA CD 041701

WA CD 041702

WA CD 041703

WA CD 041704

WA CD 041705

WA CD 041706

WA CD 060201

WA CD 060202

WA CD 060203

WA CD 060204

WA CD 060205

WA CD 060206

WA CD 060207

WA CD 060208

WA CD 060209

WA CD 060210

WA CD 060211

WA CD 060212

WA CD 060213

WA CD 060214

WA CD 060215

WA CD 060216

WA CD 060217

WA CD 060218

WA CD 060219

WA CD 060220

WA CD 060221

WA CD 060222

WA CD 060223

WA CD 060224

WA CD 060225

WA CD 060301

WA CD 060302

WA CD 060303

WA CD 060304

WA CD 060305

WA CD 060306

WA CD 060307

WA CD 060308

WA CD 060309

WA CD 060310

WA CD 060311

WA CD 060312

WA CD 060313

WA CD 060314

WA CD 060315

WA CD 060316

WA CD 060317

WA CD 060318

WA CD 060901

WA CD 060902

WA CD 060903

WA CD 060904

WA CD 060905

WA CD 060906

WA CD 060907

WA CD 060908

WA CD 060909

WA CD 060910

WA CD 060911

WA CD 060912

WA CD 060913

WA CD 060914

WA CD 060915

WA CD 060916

WA CD 060917

WA CD 060918

WA CD 060919

WA CD 061001

WA CD 061002

WA CD 061003

WA CD 061004

WA CD 061005

WA CD 061006

WA CD 061007

WA CD 061009

WA CD 061010

WA CD 061011

WA CD 061012

WA CD 061013

WA CD 061014

WA CD 061015

WA CD 061016

WA CD 061101

WA CD 061102

WA CD 061103

WA CD 061104

WA CD 061105

WA CD 061106

WA CD 061107

WA CD 061108

WA CD 061109

WA CD 061110

WA CD 061111

WA CD 061112

WA CD 061113

WA CD 061114

WA CD 061115

WA CD 061116

WA CD 061201

WA CD 061202

WA CD 061203

WA CD 061204

WA CD 061205

WA CD 061206

WA CD 061207

WA CD 061208

WA CD 061209

WA CD 061210

WA CD 061211

WA CD 061212

WA CD 061213

WA CD 061214

WA CD 061215

WA CD 061216

WA CD 061217

WA CD 061218

WA CD 061219

WA CD 061220

WA CD 061221

WA CD 061222

WA CD 061223

WA CD 061224

WA CD 061225

 
Note The Remote and Regional Western Australia TV1 licence area includes the following “general areas served”: Albany, Argyle, Augusta, Bayulu, Blackstone (WA), Bridgetown, Broome, Bruce Rock, Bunbury, Carnamah, Carnarvon, Central Agricultural, Cervantes, Condingup/Howick, Cue, Dalwallinu, Dampier, Denham, Derby (WA), Eneabba, Esperance, Exmouth, Fitzroy Crossing, Geraldton, Halls Creek, Hopetoun (WA), Jurien, Kalbarri, Kalgoorlie, Kambalda, Karratha, Katanning, Kojonup, Kununurra, Kununurra East, Lake Grace, Laverton, Leeman, Leinster, Leonora, Mandurah, Mandurah/Waroona, Manjimup, Marble Bar, Margaret River, Meekatharra, Menzies, Merredin, Mingenew, Moora, Moora town, Morawa, Mount Magnet, Mullewa, Nannup, Narembeen, Narrogin, Newman, Norseman, Northam, Northampton, Onslow, Pannawonica, Paraburdoo, Pemberton, Port Hedland, Ravensthorpe, Roebourne, Salmon Gums, Southern Agricultural, Southern Cross, Southern Cross Town, Tom Price, Wagin, Warburton (WA), Wongan Hills, Wyndham and Yalgoo.
 
Attachment 4 – South West and Great Southern TV1 licence area
(section 3)
1              Use of census data terms
                In this Attachment:
                C means the City statistical unit.
                CD means the Collection District statistical unit.
                LGA means the Local Government Area statistical unit.
                S means the Shire statistical unit.
                T means the Town statistical unit.
                statistical units means the Australian Standard Geographical Classification areas used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the census of 7 August 2001.
Note Information about the Australian Standard Geographical Classification is available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, at http://abs.gov.au.
2              South West and Great Southern TV1 licence area
                The South West and Great Southern TV1 licence area comprises the following statistical units:
 

Area Description

Albany (C) (LGA)

Boddington (S) (LGA)

Bridgetown-Greenbushes (S) (LGA)

Brookton (S) (LGA)

Broomehill (S) (LGA)

Bruce Rock (S) (LGA)

Bunbury (C) (LGA)

Busselton (S) (LGA)

Capel (S) (LGA)

Collie (S) (LGA)

Corrigin (S) (LGA)

Cranbrook (S) (LGA)

Cuballing (S) (LGA)

Cunderdin (S) (LGA)

Dardanup (S) (LGA)

Denmark (S) (LGA)

Donnybrook-Balingup (S) (LGA)

Dumbleyung (S) (LGA)

Harvey (S) (LGA)

Katanning (S) (LGA)

Kellerberrin (S) (LGA)

Murray (S) (LGA)

Narrogin (S) (LGA)

Narrogin (T) (LGA)

Northam (T) (LGA)

Pingelly (S) (LGA)

Plantagenet (S) (LGA)

Quairading (S) (LGA)

Tambellup (S) (LGA)

Tammin (S) (LGA)

Wagin (S) (LGA)

Waroona (S) (LGA)

West Arthur (S) (LGA)

Wickepin (S) (LGA)

Williams (S) (LGA)

Woodanilling (S) (LGA)

Wyalkatchem (S) (LGA)

WA CD 040403

WA CD 040404

WA CD 040602

WA CD 040603

WA CD 041101

WA CD 041102

WA CD 041104

WA CD 041107

WA CD 041303

WA CD 041304

WA CD 041601

WA CD 041602

WA CD 041603

WA CD 041604

WA CD 041606

WA CD 041607

WA CD 041608

WA CD 041701

WA CD 041702

WA CD 041703

WA CD 041704

WA CD 041705

WA CD 041706

WA CD 043401

WA CD 043402

WA CD 043403

WA CD 043404

WA CD 043406

WA CD 043407

WA CD 043602

WA CD 043603

WA CD 043604

WA CD 043605

WA CD 043606

WA CD 043607

WA CD 050801

WA CD 050802

WA CD 050803

WA CD 050804

WA CD 050805

WA CD 050806

WA CD 050807

WA CD 050808

WA CD 050809

WA CD 050810

WA CD 050811

WA CD 050812

WA CD 050901

WA CD 050902

WA CD 050903

WA CD 051101

WA CD 051102

WA CD 051103

WA CD 051104

WA CD 051105

WA CD 051301

WA CD 051302

WA CD 051303

WA CD 051304

WA CD 051305

WA CD 051306

WA CD 051307

WA CD 051308

WA CD 051309

WA CD 051402

WA CD 051403

WA CD 051406

WA CD 051407

WA CD 051408

WA CD 051409

WA CD 051410

WA CD 051503

WA CD 051505

WA CD 052301

WA CD 052302

WA CD 052309

WA CD 060201

WA CD 060202

WA CD 060203

WA CD 060204

WA CD 060205

WA CD 060206

WA CD 060207

WA CD 060208

WA CD 060209

WA CD 060210

WA CD 060211

WA CD 060212

WA CD 060213

WA CD 060214

WA CD 060215

WA CD 060216

WA CD 060217

WA CD 060218

WA CD 060219

WA CD 060220

WA CD 060221

WA CD 060222

WA CD 060223

WA CD 060224

WA CD 060225

WA CD 060301

WA CD 060302

WA CD 060303

WA CD 060304

WA CD 060305

WA CD 060306

WA CD 060307

WA CD 060308

WA CD 060309

WA CD 060310

WA CD 060311

WA CD 060312

WA CD 060313

WA CD 060314

WA CD 060315

WA CD 060316

WA CD 060317

WA CD 060318

WA CD 060901

WA CD 060902

WA CD 060903

WA CD 060904

WA CD 060905

WA CD 060906

WA CD 060907

WA CD 060908

WA CD 060909

WA CD 060910

WA CD 060911

WA CD 060912

WA CD 060913

WA CD 060914

WA CD 060915

WA CD 060916

WA CD 060917

WA CD 060918

WA CD 060919

WA CD 061001

WA CD 061002

WA CD 061003

WA CD 061004

WA CD 061005

WA CD 061006

WA CD 061007

WA CD 061009

WA CD 061010

WA CD 061011

WA CD 061012

WA CD 061013

WA CD 061014

WA CD 061015

WA CD 061016

WA CD 061101

WA CD 061102

WA CD 061103

WA CD 061104

WA CD 061105

WA CD 061106

WA CD 061107

WA CD 061108

WA CD 061109

WA CD 061110

WA CD 061111

WA CD 061112

WA CD 061113

WA CD 061114

WA CD 061115

WA CD 061116

WA CD 061201

WA CD 061202

WA CD 061203

WA CD 061204

WA CD 061205

WA CD 061206

WA CD 061207

WA CD 061208

WA CD 061209

WA CD 061210

WA CD 061211

WA CD 061212

WA CD 061213

WA CD 061214

WA CD 061215

WA CD 061216

WA CD 061217

WA CD 061218

WA CD 061219

WA CD 061220

WA CD 061221

WA CD 061222

WA CD 061223

WA CD 061224

WA CD 061225

WA CD 131301

WA CD 131305

WA CD 131401

WA CD 131402

WA CD 131403

WA CD 131901

WA CD 131902

WA CD 131903

 
Note    The South West and Great Southern TV1 licence area includes the following “general areas served”: Albany, Bridgetown, Bruce Rock, Bunbury, Central Agricultural, Katanning, Kojonup, Mandurah/Waroona, Manjimup, Margaret River, Nannup, Narrogin, Northam, Southern Agricultural and Wagin.
 
Attachment 5 – Western Zone TV1 licence area
(section 3)
1              Use of census data terms
                In this Attachment:
                CD means the Collection District statistical unit.
                LGA means the Local Government Area statistical unit.
                S means the Shire statistical unit.
                SD means the Statistical Division statistical unit.
                SLA means the Statistical Local Area statistical unit.
                statistical units means the Australian Standard Geographical Classification areas used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the census of 7 August 2001.
Note Information about the Australian Standard Geographical Classification is available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, at http://abs.gov.au.
2              Western Zone TV1 licence area
                The Western Zone TV1 licence area comprises the following statistical units:
 

Area Description

Kimberley (SD)

Pilbara (SD)

Boddington (S) (LGA)

Broomehill (S) (LGA)

Carnamah (S) (LGA)

Carnarvon (S) (LGA)

Coorow (S) (LGA)

Cue (S) (LGA)

Dalwallinu (S) (LGA)

Dandaragan (S) (LGA)

Dowerin (S) (LGA)

Exmouth (S) (LGA)

Jerramungup (S) (LGA)

Kent (S) (LGA)

Kondinin (S) (LGA)

Koorda (S) (LGA)

Kulin (S) (LGA)

Lake Grace (S) (LGA)

Laverton (S) (LGA)

Leonora (S) (LGA)

Meekatharra (S) (LGA)

Menzies (S) (LGA)

Moora (S) (LGA)

Mount Magnet (S) (LGA)

Mount Marshall (S) (LGA)

Mukinbudin (S) (LGA)

Murchison (S) (LGA)

Narembeen (S) (LGA)

Ngaanyatjarraku (S) (LGA)

Nungarin (S) (LGA)

Perenjori (S) (LGA)

Ravensthorpe (S) (LGA)

Sandstone (S) (LGA)

Shark Bay (S) (LGA)

Trayning (S) (LGA)

Upper Gascoyne (S) (LGA)

Victoria Plains (S) (LGA)

Wandering (S) (LGA)

Westonia (S) (LGA)

Wiluna (S) (LGA)

Wongan-Ballidu (S) (LGA)

Yalgoo (S) (LGA)

Territory of Christmas Island (SLA)

Territory of Cocos (Keeling) Islands (SLA)

WA CD 021401

WA CD 021402

WA CD 021407

WA CD 021408

WA CD 021409

WA CD 021410

WA CD 021601

WA CD 021602

WA CD 021604

WA CD 040501

WA CD 041301

WA CD 041302

WA CD 041903

WA CD 041904

WA CD 042304

WA CD 042305

WA CD 042803

WA CD 042903

WA CD 042904

WA CD 043101

WA CD 043102

WA CD 043302

WA CD 043401

WA CD 043404

WA CD 043405

WA CD 043406

WA CD 043601

WA CD 043602

WA CD 043604

WA CD 043607

WA CD 050801

WA CD 050802

WA CD 050804

WA CD 050806

WA CD 050807

WA CD 050808

WA CD 050809

WA CD 050811

WA CD 050903

WA CD 050904

WA CD 051102

WA CD 051103

WA CD 051106

WA CD 051202

WA CD 051203

WA CD 051204

WA CD 051205

WA CD 051401

WA CD 051402

WA CD 051403

WA CD 051404

WA CD 051405

WA CD 051406

WA CD 051407

WA CD 051408

WA CD 051409

WA CD 051410

WA CD 051411

WA CD 051501

WA CD 051502

WA CD 051503

WA CD 051504

WA CD 051505

WA CD 051506

WA CD 051507

WA CD 051508

WA CD 052301

WA CD 052302

WA CD 052303

WA CD 052304

WA CD 052305

WA CD 052306

WA CD 052307

WA CD 052308

WA CD 052309

WA CD 130401

WA CD 130402

WA CD 130408

WA CD 130409

WA CD 130410

WA CD 130411

WA CD 130412

WA CD 130416

WA CD 130419

WA CD 130420

WA CD 130422

WA CD 130423

WA CD 130424

WA CD 130429

WA CD 130801

WA CD 130804

WA CD 130805

WA CD 130806

WA CD 130812

WA CD 130901

WA CD 130902

WA CD 130903

WA CD 130905

WA CD 130907

WA CD 131102

WA CD 131103

WA CD 131104

WA CD 131201

WA CD 131203

WA CD 131204

WA CD 131501

WA CD 131504

WA CD 131505

WA CD 131506

WA CD 131601

WA CD 131602

WA CD 131603

WA CD 131604

WA CD 131605

WA CD 131608

WA CD 131611

WA CD 131612

WA CD 131618

 
Note    The Western Zone TV1 licence area includes the following “general areas served”: Augusta, Blackstone (WA), Broome, Carnarvon, Dampier, Derby (WA), Exmouth, Fitzroy Crossing, Halls Creek, Karratha, Kununurra , Kununurra East, Laverton, Leonora, Meekatharra, Moora, Mount Magnet, Newman, Pannawonica, Paraburdoo, Pemberton, Port Hedland, Roebourne, Tom Price, Warburton (WA), Wongan Hills and Wyndham.
Attachment 6 – Remote Indigenous Broadcasting Service licence areas
(section 3, subclause 1(1) of Schedule 4)
 
 
1. Balgo TV1 licence area
 
1              Use of census data terms
                In this Attachment:
                CD means the Collection District statistical unit.
                statistical unit means the Australian Standard Geographical Classification area used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the census of 6 August 1991.
Note Information about the Australian Standard Geographical Classification is available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, at http://abs.gov.au.
2              Balgo TV1 licence area
                The Balgo TV1 licence area comprises the following statistical unit:
Area Description

WA CD 010207

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Note       The Balgo TV1 licence area includes the following "general areas served": Balgo.
 
 
2. Beagle Bay TV1 licence area
 
1              Use of census data terms
                In this Attachment:
                CD means the Collection District statistical unit.
                statistical unit means the Australian Standard Geographical Classification area used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the census of 6 August 1991.
Note Information about the Australian Standard Geographical Classification is available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, at http://abs.gov.au.
2              Beagle Bay TV1 licence area
                The Beagle Bay TV1 licence area comprises the following statistical unit:
Area Description

WA CD 010603

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Note      The Beagle Bay TV1 licence area includes the following "general areas served": Beagle Bay.
 
 
3. Djarindjin TV1 licence area
 
1              Use of census data terms
                In this Attachment:
                CD means the Collection District statistical unit.
                statistical unit means the Australian Standard Geographical Classification area used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the census of 6 August 1991.
Note Information about the Australian Standard Geographical Classification is available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, at http://abs.gov.au.
2              Djarindjin TV1 licence area
                The Djarindjin TV1 licence area comprises the following statistical unit:
Area Description

WA CD 010618

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Note      The Djarindjin TV1 licence area includes the following "general areas served": Djarindjin.
 
 
4. Jigalong TV1 licence area
1          Use of census data terms
                In this Attachment:
                CD means the Collection District statistical unit.
                statistical unit means the Australian Standard Geographical Classification area used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the census of 6 August 1991.
Note Information about the Australian Standard Geographical Classification is available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, at http://abs.gov.au.
2              Jigalong TV1 licence area
                The Jigalong TV1 licence area comprises the following statistical unit:
Area Description

WA CD 010708

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Note      The Jigalong TV1 licence area includes the following "general areas served": Jigalong.
 
 
5. Kalumburu TV1 licence area
1          Use of census data terms
                In this Attachment:
                CD means the Collection District statistical unit.
                statistical unit means the Australian Standard Geographical Classification area used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the census of 6 August 1991.
Note Information about the Australian Standard Geographical Classification is available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, at http://abs.gov.au.
2              Kalumburu TV1 licence area
                The Kalumburu TV1 licence area comprises the following statistical unit:
Area Description

WA CD 010107

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Note      The Kalumburu TV1 licence area includes the following "general areas served": Kalumburu.
 
 
6. Kiwirrkurra TV1 licence area
1          Use of census data terms
                In this Attachment:
                CD means the Collection District statistical unit.
                statistical unit means the Australian Standard Geographical Classification area used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the census of 6 August 1991.
Note Information about the Australian Standard Geographical Classification is available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, at http://abs.gov.au.
2              Kiwirrkurra TV1 licence area
                The Kiwirrkurra TV1 licence area comprises the following statistical unit:
Area Description

WA CD 010710

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Note      The Kiwirrkurra TV1 licence area includes the following "general areas served": Kiwirrkurra.
 
 
7. Lagrange TV1 licence area
1          Use of census data terms
                In this Attachment:
                CD means the Collection District statistical unit.
                statistical unit means the Australian Standard Geographical Classification area used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the census of 6 August 1991.
Note Information about the Australian Standard Geographical Classification is available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, at http://abs.gov.au.
2              Lagrange TV1 licence area
                The Lagrange TV1 licence area comprises the following statistical unit:
Area Description

WA CD 010607

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Note      The Lagrange TV1 licence area includes the following "general areas served": La Grange.
 
 
8. Looma TV1 licence area
1          Use of census data terms
                In this Attachment:
                CD means the Collection District statistical unit.
                statistical unit means the Australian Standard Geographical Classification area used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the census of 6 August 1991.
Note Information about the Australian Standard Geographical Classification is available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, at http://abs.gov.au.
2              Looma TV1 licence area
                The Looma TV1 licence area comprises the following statistical unit:
Area Description

WA CD 010310

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Note      The Looma TV1 licence area includes the following "general areas served": Looma.
 
 
9. Tjukurla TV1 licence area
1          Use of census data terms
                In this Attachment:
                CD means the Collection District statistical unit.
                statistical unit means the Australian Standard Geographical Classification area used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the census of 6 August 1991.
Note Information about the Australian Standard Geographical Classification is available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, at http://abs.gov.au.
2              Tjukurla TV1 licence area
                The Tjukurla TV1 licence area comprises the following statistical unit:
Area Description

WA CD 020509

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Note      The Tjukurla TV1 licence area includes the following "general areas served": Tjukurla.
 
 
10. Warmun TV1 licence area
1          Use of census data terms
                In this Attachment:
                CD means the Collection District statistical unit.
                statistical unit means the Australian Standard Geographical Classification area used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the census of 6 August 1991.
                     Note  Information about the Australian Standard Geographical Classification is available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, at http://abs.gov.au.
2              Warmun TV1 licence area
                The Warmun TV1 licence area comprises the following statistical unit:
Area Description

WA CD 010206

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Note      The Warmun TV1 licence area includes the following "general areas served": Warmun.
 
 
11. Wingellina TV1 licence area
1          Use of census data terms
                In this Attachment:
                CD means the Collection District statistical unit.
                L means the Locality statistical unit.
                statistical unit means the Australian Standard Geographical Classification area used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the census of 6 August 1991.
                Note  Information about the Australian Standard Geographical Classification is available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, at http://abs.gov.au.
2              Wingellina TV1 licence area
                The Wingellina TV1 licence area comprises the following statistical units:
Area Description

WA CD 020507

Coonana (L) WA CD 140410

Cosmo Newberry (L) WA CD 140104

Kanpa (L) WA CD 020501

Karilywara (L) WA CD 020501

WA CD 020505

WA CD 020506

WA CD 020510

Tjuntjuntjara (L) WA CD 140303

Wanarn (L) WA CD 020501

WA CD 020508

WA CD 020503

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Note      The Wingellina TV1 licence area includes the following “general areas served”: Blackstone (WA), Coonana, Cosmo Newberry, Jameson (Mantamaru), Kanpa, Karilywara, Tjirrkarli, Tjuntjuntjara, Wanarn, Warakurna, Warburton (WA) and Wingellina.
 
 
12. Yungngora TV1 licence area
1          Use of census data terms
                In this Attachment:
                CD means the Collection District statistical unit.
                statistical unit means the Australian Standard Geographical Classification area used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the census of 6 August 1991.
                     Note  Information about the Australian Standard Geographical Classification is available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, at http://abs.gov.au.
2              Yungngora TV1 licence area
                The Yungngora TV1 licence area comprises the following statistical unit:
Area Description

WA CD 010312

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Note      The YungngoraTV1 licence area includes the following "general areas served": Yungngora.
Note
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