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The New Zealand Radio Guide

LocationBroadcasting fromFrequency
AucklandHenderson882 kHz
Central OtagoAlexandra87.6 MHz
 Cromwell87.6 MHz
 Wanaka87.7 MHz
 Alexandra100.7 MHz
 Queenstown107.0 MHz
ChristchurchMarshland612 kHz
 Gebbies Pass963 kHz
DunedinHighcliff900 kHz
 Three Mile Hill1377 kHz
 Mosgiel87.6 MHz
FiordlandRamparts Road Te Anau89.6 MHz
GisborneWheatstone Rd92.5 MHz
HamiltonHamilton Greenhill Rd576 kHz
 Eureka1494 kHz
InvercargillTussock Creek1026 kHz
 Dacre1314 kHz
King CountryTaumarunui Kururau Rd95.9 MHz
Lower NorthlandRodney88.2 MHz
Napier-HastingsOpapa909 kHz
NelsonNelson612 kHz
New PlymouthKaimata612 kHz
RuapehuHukaroa, Raetihi92.6 MHz
South OtagoMt Stuart, Balclutha88.9 MHz
TasmanMurchison88.3 MHz
TaupoTaupo88.3 MHz
TaurangaMaketu540 kHz
 Paengaroa657 kHz
TimaruSt Andrews594 kHz
Wairarapa-MastertonPariwhariki Trig100.7 MHz
WellingtonTitahi Bay, Porirua657 kHz
West CoastWaterworks Road, Westport103.7 MHz
 Mawhera Quay Greymouth104.3 MHz
WhanganuiWhanganui Cameron Rd West594 kHz


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