Amata

Population: 

467

Languages: 

Pitjantjatjara, Yankunytjatjara
AmataSouth Australia 0872

RIMO: 

Amata Community is located at the western end of the Musgrave Ranges in South Australia, about 10 km south of the Northern Territory border. It lies approximately 380 km south west of Alice Springs.

Amata was established as a cattle outstation in the 1960s to take the pressure off the increasing growth of Pukatja (Ernabella). Nestled at the base of the Musgrave Ranges, the community is made up of approximately 300 Anangu who speak Pitjantjatjara as their first language and English as a second language.

Indigenous Radio Service frequency: 

106.1

ACMA Site ID: 

151 505

Radio Studio: 

Yes

Population-Indigenous: 

319

Languages: 

PItjantjatjara

Radio Licence Status: 

CBL

ACMA Site ID: 

153308

BSL (radio): 

10150

RIBS Callsign: 

5NPY

RIBS Radio Frequency: 

101.3

Radio Service 2: 

ABC RR SA 106.1

TV Licence Status: 

CBL

BSL (television): 

2019

RIBS TV Channel: 

RIB66

Licensee (TV): 

Amata Community Council

Internet options: 

ADSL,Satellite

Community Internet Access facilities: 

Yes