Australia

Sydney

This commission is for based on two locations. One is Sydney and another one is Cork, Ireland. This is lovely way of linking and combining the significance of two different locations. Sydney Harbour is a beautiful waterway, Surrounded by hundreds of kilometres of...

Ireland & Australia, Storyboard

This is our Storyboard Chart Range – Each 3D captures an event which could be a home port, a favourite destination, a funny story, a memorable cruise or whatever you think is worth telling as a story. The events are grouped together in one frame to tell the story....

Port Philip The Rip

Port Phillip, also known as Port Phillip Bay, inlet of Bass Strait on the south-central coast of Victoria, Australia. A  horsehead-shaped enclosed bay extending approximately 50 km north-south and 40 km east-west. The state capital, Melbourne is located at the head of...

Broken Bay

Broken Bay is an inlet of the Tasman Sea (Pacific Ocean), indenting east-central New South Wales, Australia. It receives the Hawkesbury and Pittwater rivers, and its 5km wide entrance, flanked by Hawke, or Box, Head (north) and Barranjoey Head (south), leads to an...

Broome Lacepede islands

The Lacepede Islands, also simply referred as the Lacepedes, are a group of four islands lying off the Kimberley coast of Western Australia, separated by the Lacepede Channel, and located about 120 km north of Broome. The islands form a long chain that stretches 12 km...

Lake Macquarie

Lake Macquarie is Australia’s largest coastal salt water lake. Located in the Hunter Region of New South Wales, it covers an area of 110 square kilometres and is connected to the Tasman Sea by a short channel. It includes the Newcastle and Lake Macquarie local...

Bass Strait Tasmania

Bass Strait is a strait separating the island state of Tasmania from the Australian mainland. The Bass Strait faces strong currents from both the waters of the Indian and the Pacific Oceans, which result in the creation of powerful storm waves. The strong winds and...