This week at Casey

  • Two expeditioners stretching before a cricket match

    1 February 2013 Single page view

    This week we celebrate Australia Day with a quick dip in Newcomb Bay and take a few wickets in the Casey station Antarctic cricket test match.

  • Expeditioners travelling via inflatable rubber boat

    25 January 2013 Single page view

    This week at Casey we will discover the summer melt through the eyes of a field training officer (FTO) and makie sweet, sweet music with "the band with no name".

  • Another spectacular iceberg

    18 January 2013 Single page view

    This week at Casey we take a look at some of the research being done on flying seabirds, gain an understanding of the workings and significance of the meteorology department and have a look at some of the magnificent icebergs as seen on one of our Sunday cruises.

  • Expeditioners dressed as Santa, Mrs Claus and elves pose in front of Hagglund.

    11 January 2013 Single page view

    Another look back at the busy week of resupply, Casey gets the long awaited visit from the north and it's time to play "Survivor - Antarctica" for some of the newcomers.

  • Dr Sheri Newman and Dr Nick Lerch discussing procedures in the surgery

    4 January 2013 Single page view

    This week has seen the refuelling and resupply of Casey, as well as the arrival of the incoming winterers and the farewell of the outgoing crew. We get a perspective of the activities from one of our summer doctors.

  • A group shot of the Ministerial visit

    21 December 2012 Single page view

    A hillbilly carnival, serious tank work and a ministerial visit this week at Casey station.

  • Adelie penguin protecting its nest rocks

    7 December 2012 Single page view

    This week at Casey, ICECAP survey flights give insight into climate change, Adelie penguins remain an attractive sight for visitors and the Casey-Davis rivarly gets an update.

  • Stu, Jason and Bob in the Casey tankhouse

    30 November 2012 Single page view

    It's all about work this week at Casey. Boilers, building and digging out a road keep our expeditioners busy.

  • Kenny Smith at Casey

    23 November 2012 Single page view

    Building of the east wing accomodation begins at the Red Shed. Expeditioners also have a theme night and prove that Casey station is number one.

  • Danielle holding a frozen soil sample from the biopile

    16 November 2012 Single page view

    Even Antarctica isn't safe from the Aussie shed. Expeditioners at Casey clear out some old building materials, remediation continues at a fuel spill site and the Shirley Island Adelie penguins are getting busy.

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