ABC-3 Canberra began transmission on 18 December 1962, with translators later installed from the late 1980s at Condor on UHF-49, Mount Taylor on UHF-55, Fraser on UHF-56, and Tuggeranong on UHF-60. This logo was used in articles promoting the launch of the channel. The callsign stood for ABC Canberra.
ABC Canberra (first era)
In 1996, ABC-3 Canberra moved frequencies to VHF-9.
In 2003, both ABC Mount Taylor and ABC Tuggeranong would move to UHF-41 in order to accommodate digital television. Prior to 2014, ABC Canberra would broadcast digitally on VHF-9A.
ABC Canberra (second era)
Television in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory