Solid cargoes like crushed ore or sand can suddenly turn to liquid… and cause the ship to sink. And the phenomenon happens more frequently than you might think.
Lego is timeless and so are caravans, so it makes sense that the two should come together. Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Queensland Caravan Camping & Touring Supershow organisers got together with professional Lego builder, Ben Craig, who’s estimated the caravan will use around 25,000 pieces when it’s finally finished.
Government pledges no loss of fishing rights in new marine parks.
Continue reading “NSW backs down on fishing lockouts”
The Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix is a celebration of motorcycles, mates and adrenaline at Phillip Island, the home of motorcycle racing.
Continue reading “The Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix is almost here!”
The value of Australia’s two-way trade in goods and services has been on the rise over the past two decades, with exports alone surging close to 15% year-on-year to $387bn last year, with imports growing 7% to $377bn in the same period, according to an analysis published by the Australian Trade and Investment Commission.
Continue reading “Australia’s Trade with the World on the Increase”
The 12th annual SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week has already begun.
Continue reading “First Class Racing On the Coral Sea”
The Southern Hemisphere’s Premier Boat Show.
Continue reading “The Sydney International Boat Show is on again!”
SCIBS stalwart Barry Jenkins looks back at 30 years of boat shows at Sanctuary Cove. The Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show today is an integral part of the local boating industry and a key barometer of its fortunes.
Continue reading “Celebrating 30 years at the Cove”
Business is definitely booming in the caravan industry in Australia, and it is easy to see why with $2.1 billion caravan industry economic contribution to Victoria alone and a total of over 10,000 in the caravan, motorhome and camper sector. Continue reading “Caravans contribute 6,600 jobs to Victoria”