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1967-1974 1974-1977 1977-1979 1979-1983 1983-1986
1967-1974 1974-1977 1977-1979 1979-1983 1983-1986
1986-1995 1995-2001 2001-2011 2011-present
1986-1995 1995-2001 2001-2011 2011-present

BTW-3 Bunbury/GSW-9 Mount Barker

1967-1974

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BTW-3 Bunbury began transmission on 10 March 1967 while GSW-9 Mount Barker opened as a relay on 28 August 1968. The callsigns stood for Bunbury Television Western Australia and Great Southern Western Australia.

BTW-3/GSW-9-10

1974-1977

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On 29 August 1974, relay station GSW-10 began transmission in Albany.

Channels 3 and 9

1977-1979

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Golden West Network

1979-1983

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In 1979, Jack Bendat purchased South West Telecasters (owner of BTW/GSW) and changed the company's name to Golden West Network (GWN).

By 1981, GWN was transmitting to BTW-3 Bunbury, with relays at GSW-9 Mount Barker and GSW-10 Albany, with translators at BTW-6 Narrogin, BTW-10 in both Katanning and Mawson, BTW-11 Wagin, and BTW-55 Northam. Two new translators would later open up at Gnowangerup and Kojonup, both on UHF-66.

In the years that followed, BTW-10 Mawson would move to VHF-11 in order to accomodate NEW-10 (now 10 Perth), BTW-11 would move to VHF-6, BTW-6 would move to UHF-60, and BTW-55 would move to UHF-59.

GWN South West and Great Southern

1983-1986

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1986-1995

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1995–2001

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2001–2011

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GWN7 South West and Great Southern

2011–present

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