And That’s A Wrap…(and a great video)

More than 900 Tasmanian school children toured the Antarctic ships
Photo courtesy Ballantyne Photography

Thanks again to our generous sponsors, tireless volunteers and the whole Antarctic community for coming together in such a energetic way to deliver the Australian Antarctic Festival 2016.  We achieved some remarkable goals.  All photographs (c) courtesy of Ballantyne Photography and our brilliant volunteer AAF photographers   900 school children from 16 schools across Tasmania participated in free tours […]

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And the Winner Is…

King Penguins Leaving the Station - Macquarie Island by Berend Becker
King Penguins Leaving the Station - Macquarie Island by Barend Becker

  More than 3,000 people have now toured the Antarctic Photographic Exhibition at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery to see a stunning display of the finalists in this prestigious competition.  With 66 entries from around the world, and 24 finalists selected for exhibition, Chairman of Judges Sir Guy Green announced the results on Sunday 11 […]

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Polar Pathways Tours

Mawson

Polar Pathways Tours Join your expert guide, Dr Lorne Kriwoken from the University of Tasmania, on a fascinating walk through the docks, parks and lanes of the Hobart waterfront while learning about the remarkable Antarctic history of this bustling port city.  Adventure, biography, science and whaling have all played their part in 100 years of […]

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