Aurora switch Off. ATTENTION all Aurora satellite TV viewers. On the 10th December 2013, Aurora will be switched off FOREVER. Please read this LINK on what equipment changes are required.
Government has implemented a satellite service to provide viewers with
access to digital TV. This new Viewer Access Satellite Television (VAST)
service provides viewers living in regional and remote areas of
Australia access to the same number of free-to-air digital television
channels available to people in the cities.
Local news and
content on the satellite service, and how to access it.
Move your mouse over 'RECEIVING VAST' then click 'AM I ELIGIBLE' to see if you qualify for access to the most advanced satellite platform in the world - The Australian VAST satellite service.
Australian Government digitalready VAST digital satellite service is now being broadcast and supersedes the Optus Aurora digital satellite platform. You can now receive the full range of digital TV channels using a satellite dish and VAST compliant satellite decoder. VAST or Viewer Access Satellite Television broadcasts the full range of Australian high definition channels. The MySatTV and MySwitch website make it easy to find out if you are eligible for receiving the VAST satellite TV channels. All you need is a small 85cm satellite dish, LNB and VAST compliant satellite decoder receiver. For information on the new digital high definition satellite service that uses the UEC high definition satellite TV decoder or receiver, click on the links above. You will find an installer of the VAST digital TV service on our installer link above. DSD4121 UEC VAST Satellite decoder.