After recently picking up a new FTM-300D radio for the car I noticed that there's an APRS blackhole coverage-wise in the foothills of the Dandenong Ranges around the Bayswater/Boronia area of Melbourne. As I spend a lot of time I this area I've put up a fill-in digipeater to help, err, fill-in this blackhole.
The digipeater is operating under the callsign VK3GO-1 and is powered by a Raspberry Pi 3 running Direwolf for the TNC, a battery-less Yaesu FT-60R on medium power (which is about 2W) for the radio, connected to a J-Pole antenna approximately 4.5m above ground level.
Initial tests have show a definite improvement coverage around this area. Within the first hour or so of the digipeater being live I've digi'd packets from stations from Wantirna up to Montrose.