Australia's fifth-largest city, Adelaide in South Australia, is known as the 'city of churches'. It’s been home to a Vision service since our first major expansion back in 2001.
Adelaide's 400 watt AM transmitter is based in the northern suburb of Salisbury East and broadcasts city-wide on 1611 kHz. It's been on air since 2010. We've also got smaller FM transmitters in the suburbs and out in the Hills, including one of our earliest transmitters, Mount Barker (88.0 FM), which went on air in June 2001. Other installations include Morphett Vale (87.6 FM) and Christie Downs (88 FM) in the south; Elizabeth (87.6 FM), Virginia (88 FM) and Two Wells (87.8 FM) in the north; and Birdwood (87.6 FM) and Lyndoch (87.6 FM) in the east.
LP means this frequency is low-powered, with a typical coverage of around 5km radius.
HP means high-powered with a much larger coverage – typically, 30–50km radius.
Adelaide 1611 AM - High Powered
Christie Downs 88.0 FM - Low Powered
Elizabeth 87.6 FM - Low Powered
Morphett Vale 87.6 FM - Low Powered
Mount Barker 88.0 FM - Low Powered
Two Wells 87.8 FM - Low Powered
Virginia 88.0 FM - Low Powered
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