Topic: Australian Hydrographic Service

Wyatt Earp continuing mission

This article has photo gallery Published on by SBLT Samuel Penfold (author), LCDR Michael Kumpis (photographer), Ms Nisha Harris (photographer)

Antarctic Survey Vessel Wyatt Earp passing an iceberg in Antarctica. (photo: LCDR Michael Kumpis)

Antarctic Survey Vessel Wyatt Earp passing an iceberg in Antarctica.

The Royal Australian Navy's Antarctic Survey Vessel Wyatt Earp is currently conducting surveying operations based out of Davis, one of Australia’s Antarctic Stations.

Airborne survey of the Apple Isle

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The Laser Airborne Depth Sounder (LADS) Flight will deploy to Tasmania to survey coastal waters from King Island to Launceston.

Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Commander Mark Matthews, said the survey will provide improved data that will be used to update the existing nautical charts used by all civilian and military vessels. (photo: Mr Matt Collins)

The Laser Airborne Depth Sounder (LADS) Flight will deploy to Tasmania to survey coastal waters from King Island to Launceston. Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Commander Mark Matthews, said the survey will provide improved data that will be used to update the existing nautical charts used by all civilian and military vessels.

Navy's Laser Airborne Depth Sounder Flight has deployed to Tasmania to survey coastal waters from King Island to Launceston.

Jack Tar meets Jack Frost in Antarctic survey

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Leading Seaman McKee preparing the Antarctic Survey Vessel, Wyatt Earp, for Operation Southern Discovery. (photo: Unknown)

Leading Seaman McKee preparing the Antarctic Survey Vessel, Wyatt Earp, for Operation Southern Discovery.

When Leading Seaman Marine Technician Shaun McKee joined the Navy he never anticipated that he would be located on the highest, driest, windiest and coldest continent in the world.

HMAS Leeuwin surveying underway in PNG

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ABHSO Houley and SMNHSO Ford prepare tide guages while CMDR Zillman and LEUT Pointe-Destre provides a tour to COL Siale Diro, Chief of Force Preparation PNGDF, CMDR Willie Galia, CO HMPNGS Basilisk and Mr Fred Siroi from the National Maritime Safety Authority. (photo: Unknown)

ABHSO Houley and SMNHSO Ford prepare tide guages while CMDR Zillman and LEUT Pointe-Destre provides a tour to COL Siale Diro, Chief of Force Preparation PNGDF, CMDR Willie Galia, CO HMPNGS Basilisk and Mr Fred Siroi from the National Maritime Safety Authority.

HMAS Leeuwin arrived in Port Moresby, in late October for a five week surveying task to chart waters in the eastern part of Papua New Guinea.

Royal Australian Navy returns to Fiji

Published on by Ms Natalie Staples (author), LEUT Chayne Colley (photographer)

Members of HMAS Leeuwin's ship's company and the Republic of Fiji Navy Hydrographic service look at the 1876 fathom chart of Rotuma Island during a survey planning meeting onboard Leeuwin. (photo: LEUT Chayne Colley)

Members of HMAS Leeuwin's ship's company and the Republic of Fiji Navy Hydrographic service look at the 1876 fathom chart of Rotuma Island during a survey planning meeting onboard Leeuwin.

The first Royal Australian Navy ship to visit Fiji since 2006 has completed a six day port visit to Suva.