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The New Zealand Radio Guide
Radio Hauraki

LocationBroadcasting fromFrequency
AucklandSkytower99.0 MHz
BlenheimBlenheim98.5 MHz
Central OtagoHillend, Wanaka97.0 MHz
ChristchurchSumner89.3 MHz
 Sugarloaf106.5 MHz
DunedinCentre Road1125 kHz
 Mt Cargill95.8 MHz
Far NorthMaungataniwha, Kaitaia93.2 MHz
GisborneWheatstone Rd105.3 MHz
HamiltonRuru96.2 MHz
InvercargillHedgehope93.2 MHz
Lower NorthlandHorokaka93.2 MHz
Mid NorthlandHikurangi, Kaikohe93.2 MHz
 Russell, Bay of Islands93.6 MHz
Napier-HastingsMt Erin96.7 MHz
NelsonGrampians90.4 MHz
New PlymouthMt Egmont90.8 MHz
Palmerston NorthPalmerston North87.6 MHz
 Palmerston North107.3 MHz
RotoruaPukepoto94.3 MHz
TaupoTuhingamata92.8 MHz
TaurangaKopukairua91.0 MHz
WellingtonMt Kaukau93.3 MHz
West CoastMt Rochfort, Westport89.3 MHz
 Paparoa, Greymouth-Hokitika105.1 MHz
WhangareiParahaki93.2 MHz


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