South Gold Coast Scan
Covering Community Emergency Frequencies
that you want to listen to.
South Gold Coast Scan
provides a easy way to access information from local emergency services regarding local events and disasters. Without the need of expensive radio/streaming equipment. This website has slowly grown from a small hobby of mine to a full-time obsession.
- Frequencies Currently Monitored
- Queensland Police Service - QPS
- Queensland State Emergency Service - SES
- Surf Life Saving Queensland - QSLS
The streaming service is hosted entirely on the Raspberry Pi Model B
. Scanner audio is from a Uniden UBC73XLT
, stock rubber ducky antenna used. The Raspberry Pi runs a cocktail of Darkice scripts and an IceCast 2 server to bring you the audio to this webpage.
To read a comprehensive guide on how this project was created, read here.
Play Stream from PC or Mac
Please select your preferred program to stream the broadcast. Compatible with Windows Media Player, iTunes, Winamp etc.
Play Stream from Mobile Device
Select this option if listening from a mobile device. Compatible with latest Android and Apple devices. Stream will play within the web browser.
Queensland Police Service - QPS
Gold Coast South Group
CH 23 468.1125mhz Palm Beach
CH 52 468.4750mhz GC Enquiries
Community Emergency Frequencies
Various Frequencies in this group.
CH 28 467.725mhz SES Operations/Training Simplex
CH 1 484.950mhz Surf Life Saving QLD Simplex
CH 2 485.000mhz Surf Life Saving QLD Simplex
CH 7 487.625mhz Surf Life Saving QLD Springbrook RPTR
163.625mhz Gold Coast City Council Life Guard
Posted on March 19th, 2014
- NEW I have written a comprehensive tutorial about this current project, to view the guide. Link Here!
Posted on February 18th, 2014
- NEWIt's official! The Radio Reference stream is now ready. Link Here!
Posted on February 13th, 2014
- NEWUpdated frequency list section
- FIXEDIntroduced a higher quality stream
Posted on January 29th, 2014
- NEWWebsite Initial Release
Raspberry Pi is a $35* single board computer. *Less postage and accessories. For its price it has some serious grunt under the hood and is capable of run many complex tasks and programs. I've had an idea for a project for quite sometime involving streaming audio from my Uniden scanner to the internet for myself and the general public to listen to. Instead of using a power hungry Windows computer to do so, I opted in using the tiny Raspberry Pi, running Rasbian headless (without a screen attached). I currently have my RasPI pumping out audio from my local police and emergency frequencies to a Broadcastify stream here...