Coast radio callsigns

CIS – Sydney
DAN – Norddeich Radio, Germany
GBR – Rugby, UK
GKA – Portishead Radio, UK
KFS – San Francisco
KPH – San Francisco
NZA – Awanui (changed to VLA 1913)
NZK – Auckland (changed to VLD in 1913)
NZW – Wellington (changed to VLW in 1913)
RFP – Centre Island (Flying Boat Station)
SLT – Jackson’s Bay (from 1937)
VIA – Adelaide
VIB – Brisbane
VID – Darwin
VIG – Port Moresby
VIH – Hobart
VII – Thursday Island
VIL – Flinders Island
VIM – Melbourne
VIN – Geraldton
VIP – Perth (Applecross), later Bassandean, later Gnangara
VIR – Rockhampton
VIS – Sydney (Pennant Hills), later La Perouse
VIT – Townsville
VIW – Wyndham
VIY – Mount Gambier
VIZ – Roebourne
VLA – Awanui (changed to ZLA in 1927)
VLB – Awarua (changed to ZLB in 1927)
VLC – Chatham Islands (changed to ZLC in 1927)
VLD – Auckland (changed to ZLD and ZLF in 1927)
VLW – Wellington (changed to ZLW in 1927)
VMA – Apia, Samoa (changed to ZMA in 1927)
ZBP – Pitcairn Island
ZKN – Niue
ZKR – Rarotonga, Cook Islands
ZLA – Awanui (was VLA until 1927)
ZLB – Awarua (was VLB until 1927)
ZLC – Chatham Islands (was VLC until 1927)
ZLD – Auckland (was VLD until 1927)
ZLF – Auckland (was VLD until 1927)
ZLG – Haast (closed 1970)
ZLHS – Port Pegasus, Stewart Island (from 1948)
ZLKF – Caswell Sound Radio (1947 Fiordland Expedition)
ZLM – Taupo Maritime Radio (since 1993 NZ’s only MF and HF station)
ZLO – Halfmoon Bay (from 1931)
ZLPH – Brothers Islands Lighthouse
ZLQ – Scott Base
ZLVY – Waiuku HF Direction Finder
ZLW – Wellington (was VLW until 1927)
ZMA – Apia, Samoa (was VMA until 1927)
ZMC – Centre Island Lighthouse
ZME – Raoul Island
ZMG – Dog Island Lighthouse
ZMS – Stephens Island Lighthouse
ZMU – Puysegur Point Lighthouse
ZMV – Milford Sound

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