The desert hub supports and enables social enterprise in desert Australia.
As part of the Desert Peoples Centre, the hub is based at the Desert Knowledge Precinct in Alice Springs.
We work with people, communities and organisations with innovative and entrepreneurial ideas for creating social value.
Social impact through enterprise.
If this sounds like you, we\\'d like to hear from you.
Desert Peoples Centre, South Stuart Highway, Alice Springs NT 0871
The Alice Springs Amateur Radio Club, located in the red centre of Australia\\'s Northern Territory, is a group of keen “Ham Radio” operators who participate in most aspects of the great range of activities available in this hobby. In order for a radio amateur to obtain a “VK8” radio call sign, and transmit and receive radio signals from around the world, it is necessary to pass an examination recognized by the Wireless Institute of Australia. Our club is able to conduct these examinations for those interested in entering the fascinating world of radio communication, using their own radio, or one of those at our Club Station Base Station, VK8AR.
Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month, commencing at 19:30, in the Bellman Hangar at the Aviation Museum. The Museum is located 150 metres south of Larapinta Drive, on the west side of Memorial Avenue. Look for the three engined \\'Drover\\' RFDS aircraft mounted on a pedestal outside our meeting location.
Contact Simone 0427 307 844 or Jenny 0428 526 499 re classes or performances
0427 307 844
Lutheran Community Care provides community services on behalf of the Lutheran Church in South Australia and Northern Territory through a range of programs. We respond to the needs of individuals and families by providing support through our community services, financial programs and learning opportunities At the Alice Springs office LCC provides Money Management Services,Financial Counselling, Emergency Relief in response to crisis,Kwatja Etatha Playgroup and Mobile Playgroup to Town Camps.