Oceans Around Australia.
 

Last Update:
 February 8, 2001.

 
The following eight shots are views often found around the coastline of the Australian continent, taken between 1988 and the present.
 
 

Peter Andrews ©2001. All Rights Reserved.

 

The Twelve Apostles lie just offshore from Victoria's Great Ocean Road, 1993.

 

Backwash from Wollongong Harbour's breakwater meets the next wave. High seas resulting from an East Coast Low over the Tasman Sea in August 1998.

 

Byron Bay in the far north of New South Wales is the most eastern point of the Australian continent. Shot taken in August, 1997.

 

The dolphins of Monkey Mia near the western tip of the Australian continent. Taken in 1988, well before Monkey Mia became a Mecca for tourists.

 

Life inside the Great Barrier Reef Aquarium in Townsville. This is the largest living coral reef ecosystem, contained within an aquarium, in the world. This shot was taken in 1997.

 

A south easterly squall hits Towradgi Beach, on the New South Wales South Coast during the Winter of 1997.

 

One of the most breathtaking coastal features of the Australian continent is Hinchinbrook Island, between Townsville and Cairns in North Queensland. The tangle of mangrove inlets at the bottom right is Missionary Bay. Hinchinbrook passage centre with the mainland in the background

   

Dolphins basking in the midday sun at Monkey Mia in 1988.

 
 

 Peter Andrews ©2001. All Rights Reserved.

 
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