NZART Council at their 15th February 2014 meeting approved the 70 cm Band Plan reccomended by the Review Committee. The plan is reproduced below.

(Updated 16th December 2016 with respect to the two calling frequency spot names at 432.1 and 432.2.)

  430.000 to 431.900     Repeater links (Possible sharing in future)
  431.900 to 432.000     Guard Band EME
  432.000 to 432.100     EME
  432.100 to 432.600     Narrow Band modes (BW 6 kHz or less)
  432.100                External Calling Frequency
  432.200                Internal Calling Frequency
  432.250 to 432.300     Beacons (horizontal polarisation)
  432.300 to 432.400     Spare
  432.400 to 432.600     Guard Band Australian Beacons
  432.575                APRS (current) (note 2)
  432.600 to 432.800     FM Digital modes (5 kHz or less deviation)
  432.650                Packet digipeaters
  432.675                Secondary packet digipeaters
  432.700                VOIP Simplex
  432.725                VOIP Simplex Secondary
  432.750                P25/Dstar/DMR Simplex
  432.775                APRS (note 2)
  432.800 to 432.975     FM Simplex (5 kHz or less deviation)
  433.000 to 434.795     Repeater Inputs/Outputs (note 1)
  434.800 to 435.000     National System Repeaters (note 1)
  435.000 to 438.000     Amateur Satellite Operations
  438.000 to 439.800     Repeater Inputs/Outputs (note 1)
  439.800 to 440.000     National System Repeaters (note 1)

Note 1:  Repeaters in this band are normally negative 5 MHz offset but where there are problems with SRD/LIPD devices on the repeater input a suitable positive offset repeater frequency pair can be obtained from FMTAG. (reference the FMTAG paper “The Impact on 70cm Repeaters of the General User Radio License (GURL) for Short Range Devices (SRD)” issue 2 which may found at /nzart/fmtag/srd-impact-on-repeaters/)

Note 2:  It is envisaged that APRS will need to migrate over time from 432.575 MHz to 432.775 MHz.  The continued use long term of 432.575 MHz would clash with the Australian Beacon allocation.