Welcome to the SEQUEST website
SEQUEST is made up of volunteers with backgrounds in frontline emergency services, and amateur and commercial radio experience who provide home & mobile radio monitoring services on the citizen band & maritime radio networks and respond to calls related to emergencies and safety of life-related from members of the public and then relaying the information to the necessary service that is required.
We currently have 4 home-based stations located in the communities of Goodna, Rockhampton, Bribie Island, and Jimboomba (as required).
We also provide essential community information to the public before, during, and after following significant events or disasters that occur in our communities on our Facebook & Twitter feeds
We also provide vital safety services consisting of AIS stations, and trip logging services to ensure those who go out come home safely.
Our education services are provided by our volunteers who have skills & knowledge from various backgrounds from emergency & commercial to amateur radio knowledge and skills with the main aim of teaching correct procedures and skills
This website is proudly built by our volunteers
It is recommended everyone always wears a lifejacket while crossing a bar. Your boat can capsize quickly and it is almost impossible to put on a lifejacket in choppy waters. Assess the wave patterns and choose your route carefully, avoiding high standing waves. Once you have started, keep going—trying to turn around in front of an incoming wave can be dangerous. Never underestimate a coastal bar. Even small waves can capsize, swamp, or sink a boat.
Callsign: SEQUEST RADIO UHF CB 5 & 35 VHF Marine 16 & 81
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SEQUEST acknowledges and recognises Traditional Owners as custodians of the lands where we work together with the communities of Queensland. We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ancestors of these lands, their spirits and their legacy