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Tauchen Magazine – West Australia 2008

Tauchen Magazine – West Australia 2008

FLASHBACK – October 2008

We were boarding the fabulous diveboat MV Febrina on Yogi’s birthday in 2008 when a fellow guest from Germany chased Yogi with a magazine upon finding out he was Jürgen Freund. The newest issue of Tauchen Magazine had our West Australia story in it and the cover was […]

Lake Eyre 2 – Birdlife and Pelicans in the Outback

Our first activity after getting our campsite nicely setup and cozy, was to take a 2 day aerial flight to see what the flooding looked like from the air, and to look for pelicans. With water from Queensland seeping into the normally dry outback country, the pelicans found rich waterways and feeding grounds. How they know where water in the […]

Lake Eyre 1 – Following the Water

Have you ever wondered what a massive lake in the middle of the flat dry Australian desert looks like?  Can you even begin to imagine what or where this famed lake is? Lake Eyre for those who know where it is geographically conjures visions of expansive dry salt fields beside the red sand dunes of the great Simpson Desert. And the Lake Eyre […]

November 2006 – Western Australia

November saw us back to Western Australia to continue our coverage on the diving scene of Australia’s biggest state. We dived Rowley Shoals on board the wonderful Kimberley Escape once more. The Shoals did not disappoint. We had wonderful warm dives and fast drifts and the colours of the fan and soft corals were in full tropical force.

Then we went back […]

March 2006 – Kimberleys

 End March to early April were 13 fascinating days on board a liveaboard, the Kimberley Escape. We experienced the spectacular Kimberley coast’s stunning waterfalls, barramundi filled rivers and ancient aboriginal masterpieces of Wandjinas and Bradshaws.

 Having had a good wet season, all the waterfalls like the King George and Mitchell were photographed in its full flowing glory.

After finally getting off […]

By |May 31st, 2006|4WD, Adventure, Australia, Ecotourism, Photography, Western Australia|