This week at Macquarie Island

  • Wandering albatross 'Anna' looking alert and healthy at the top of Petrel Peak, Macquarie Island, May 2016.

    3 June 2016

    Good news from Team Albatross, an epic journey to Hurd Point and a favourite film on Macquarie Island in the news this week.

  • 4 king penguin adults enjoying the beach

    27 May 2016

    A big snow event at Macca, the longest running science project, kings bask in the sun and some more history this week.

  • Looking back towards station from East Beach

    20 May 2016

    A visitor from far shores, first fresh veg harvest, coloured skies, more renos and a bit of history sum up the week that was at Macca.

  • A man standing in the grass writing in a notebook

    13 May 2016

    A gourmet birthday feast, renovation rescue for an old hut, searching for birds in the long grass and some history this week from Macca.

  • A man is digging in the dirt, with a muddy beach and water behind

    6 May 2016

    A spot of boating, regular balloon flights, gardening, and renovations, make for another busy week on the green sponge.

  • Two wandering albatross courting, facing each other with wings extended, are surrounded by tussock grass

    29 April 2016

    A busy week complete with ANZAC Day celebrations, a search and rescue exercise, an update from the albatross team and an engagement to celebrate!

  • The 'smartie' shaped Brothers Point Hut sitting on the hillside

    22 April 2016

    Field familiarisations start for the new winterers, our first aurora over station and a visit to see the king penguin chicks, whilst our furry neighbour still visits us.

  • Marcus & Helen letting off flares on the Ham shack balcony. Vista of south of the island in background.

    15 April 2016

    Resupply comes to an end and all leave except for the new wintering crew, who have two birthdays to celebrate. An unexpected furry expeditioner joins the crew.

  • A pink sunset over the beach and rocks of Hasselborough Bay

    8 April 2016

    The winter crew at Macquarie Island complete resupply and wave farewell to the previous expeditioners who have departed for Australia on French ship L'Astrolabe.

  • Watercraft operators, all dry-suited up, being briefed outside the boatshed before commencing operations for the day

    1 April 2016

    Macquarie Island welcomes L'Astrolabe and commences resupply.

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