This week at Casey

  • sunset

    5 May 2017

    Find out the real reason why expeditioners like to go to Jacks Donga! We talk about all things weather for April and what's ahead, and we get to know chef Andrew.

  • Expediitioner in igloo with breakfast on a tray

    28 April 2017

    It's getting colder and darker however, the Casey team start the 'Antarctic Walking Club' and get off station. An igloo is built, we get to know Adam and Steve shares some of his fantastic photos, while at Wilkes they enjoy the delights of woodfired pizza.

  • Two quad bikes on snow with sun in background

    21 April 2017

    It has been an action packed two weeks, with the 'Casey Walking Club' enjoying the last of the mild weather, emergency response training, a trip out to Robbo's and Clint shares how he takes absolute magnetic observations.

  • Expeditioner in driver's seat of yellow Hägglunds vehicle

    7 April 2017

    Our first formal dinner, a weather update and the Browning Peninsula repeater gets an inspection.

  • Aurora low on the horizon behind the Casey sign

    31 March 2017

    A birthday is celebrated, sunsets admired and a field trip to Wilkes raises some questions… we profile one of the expeditioners Linc, while our station doctor shares some of her photos.

  • Sunsetting beside the Red Shed

    24 March 2017

    The blizzards have started and the team have been busy winterising the station and there are celebrations for Harmony and St Patricks Day. There is plenty of great food coming out of the kitchen and the tradies show their versatility in being able to fix whatever needs fixing!

  • The A319 aircraft on the ice runway being boarded by expeditioners in yellow suits

    17 March 2017

    With much work completed the team welcome winter and say 'farewell' to the last of the summer crew.

  • Icicles under an iceberg

    10 March 2017

    The summerers reflect and the 10 best pictures of the season.

  • A view over the ocean from the Field Camp

    3 March 2017

    Making the most of the last of the summer with some training ready for winter and a deep field trip.

  • Adelie Penguins on an ice flow near Casey station

    24 February 2017

    The flights continue while a visitor takes a unique look at Casey.

  • Two pairs of boots with string markers attached

    17 February 2017

    Training goes on and the scientists from the ICECAP project say goodbye.

  • Skiers commence their ski trip

    10 February 2017

    A first timers view of Casey and some more trips including one to Jack's donga. The Casey mechanics and forecasters discuss some aspects of their work.

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