Ensure you are in a qualifying ZLFF reference area. Only qualifying ZLFF reference areas are valid for the ZLFF program.
Ensure that you are within the park boundary and that access is allowed.
Valid contacts will include an exchange between the activator and the hunter of their respective call signs, a signal report, and wherever possible the ZLFF reference number.
Repeaters, IRLP, Echolink are not allowed.
The use of amateur satellites is allowed.
Mobile operation is allowed.
Relays are not allowed.
Activators can only activate one reference at a time (please see the ZLFF rules).
Contacts with other activators within the same reference are not valid.
QSL cards are not required.
10 QSOs required - ZLFF awards.
44 QSOs required - global WWFF awards.
The ZLFF rules govern the operation within Flora and Fauna areas in Australia. The ZLFF rules have priority over the WWFF General Rules which apply to DXCC entities which are not covered by a National program.
For a full version of the ZLFF National Rules, please see below.....