Mar
12
2009

New Zealand Scanner Frequencies

Yes, I still have New Zealand scanner frequencies on my website.
Look down the right hand side, they’re still there.

The link is /scannerfreq/.

Written by John in: General Randomness |

24 Comments »

  • Gail

    Can you help me with my new scanner a Uniden ubc93xlt I can’t seem to pick up the Wellington Police? Thanks very much, Gail

    Comment | 17 December 2009
  • Steve

    Hi Gail & all, Wellington cops have gone digital aka encripted code etc……..its a pain in the a** lol 🙂 but yea the rest of NZ will follow, hopefully someone will leak the codes for a price on the black market or even a sell a police radio on the black market for a bit of cash & also hopefully they bring out a digital scanner 🙂

    Comment | 17 February 2010
  • Matt

    Hey, Just wondering if you still have the scanner freq lists please??
    When I search and click on the link (http://www.john.geek.nz/scanner/), it just takes me back to your home page.
    Thanx heaps
    Matt
    🙂

    Comment | 2 March 2010
  • You’ll find the scanner frequencies at http://www.john.geek.nz/scannerfreq/

    Comment | 7 April 2010
  • scotty

    hi there you will find they are now running digital there now so you wont pick them up untill some one cracks the system

    Comment | 12 March 2010
  • Gary

    Hi ive just brought a scanner do you have any frequencies in the Timaru / South Canterbury ares

    Comment | 24 August 2010
  • Jamie

    Hi there, unfortunately it seems Auckland has gone digital as well now, still pick up a couple of frequencies but not much, does anyone know if this a trial or permanent, thanks.

    Comment | 5 December 2010
  • Ben

    na shes all over aye mate, central went digital a month ago and north went silent on about Wednesday. sad, been listening for 10 years after discovering i could get cops on an old radio i got from a school fair. have heard some crazy, crazy stuff going down in that time. It will be sadly missed. The nz herald feels lighter already due to lack of news…

    Comment | 10 December 2010
  • Bobby

    hi there do u know what the freq is for fire in blenheim sth island thanks

    Comment | 25 June 2011
  • Michael

    Is there any way to pick up the police etc on a car radio?

    Comment | 28 October 2011
  • Steven Esson

    Hi I want to pick up trucks,trains,aircraft,buses,Ambo & Fire from CHCH to Invercargill thanks

    Comment | 27 December 2011
  • Allan Watson

    I’m still getting police in Tokoroa, Taupo, Turangi, Rotorua on 485.300 MHz and 75.45 MHz.

    Comment | 7 February 2012
  • Allan Watson

    I have been picking up some messages on 152.95 MHz. I thought it was railways, talking about Murupara and Kawerau, but then someone was sent to Rotorua Airport and there’s definitely no railway there.

    Comment | 7 February 2012
  • Allan Watson

    Why are my comments dated February 7th. when it is now February 8th. at 12:25 am?

    Comment | 7 February 2012
  • Rob Burrowes

    Coast Guard Radio repeater at the light house above Piha is on 129.650.

    Picked up traffic between a Westpac helicopter landing at Hamilton Hospital and shortly after, one leaving Auckland Hospital.

    Comment | 11 February 2013
  • Ross McWilliams

    Does anyone know the freq for ambo’s in auckland ?

    Comment | 1 April 2013
  • to Ross Mcwilliams

    from an old list i have found AK central ambo on 141.4125m/hz

    Comment | 11 May 2013
  • Pacmonitor

    AK Ambo freqs are between 141.325-141.4875.

    141.325 AK Ambo Community Services.
    141.3375, 141.350. AK Ambo Coromandel
    141.375, 141.4875 AK Ambo Sth AK
    141.4125, 141.475 AK Ambo Central AK.
    141.3875, 141.4375, 141.450 AK Ambo Nth AK (Linked to AK Ambo Central AK)

    141.4625 Waikato Ambo. Nth Waikato.
    484.450 Northland Ambo Link.
    501.7875 AK Ambo Eden Park. (note APCO-25 digital also used).

    Comment | 9 July 2013
  • Gadget Man

    Hi any one know how to set up the trunk system on a bcd369t scanner.

    Comment | 18 July 2013
  • Mike

    Hi

    Pretty new to the scanner scene. Does anyone know if there is a problem taking a hand held scanner into the airport? I’m heading down to Auckland next week to pick up rellies and I thought it would be fun for the kids to listen to the flight coming in.

    Cheers
    Mike

    Comment | 14 December 2013
  • Avallon

    Hi.
    Do you or anyone know if there is any software for programming the Uniden EZ130XLT Scanner?

    Comment | 4 September 2014
  • Graeme

    Help with programming a uniden ubcd396xt

    Comment | 30 November 2015
  • mark walls

    Hi im on the hibiscus coast in orewa . I have a bearcat ubc57 handheld how do I scan for local transmissions or what is my best setup for good listening? Also so many aircraft around is there a way to scan to see if can grt any transmissions from them

    Comment | 7 January 2016
  • Mathew

    Hi I brought a pofong baofeng uv5ra scanner but I can’t seem to pick up the new Zealand fire service any hints would be much appreciated thanks Mathew

    Comment | 21 September 2016

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