This week a team of researchers from TU Delft, Van Oord and CSIRO are travelling to the Great Barrier Reef to test a new method for the large-scale rehabilitation of coral.
I’ve been writing articles on this Dutch Australian website since 2011. It’s time for a new layout.
On 1 September 2018, we attended the colourful cultural Embassy Festival in The Hague. This was the fourth year we have attended, and it didn’t disappoint.
This is one of a series of guest posts from GMW lawyers in The Hague, offering information on legal matters in English. If you’re an Australian who got married in Australia, but now lives in The Netherlands, you may think that if you get divorced, it will be […]
The original plan was to take our time driving home and spend a few days along the way in Ulm and Heidelberg. However after a week camping, I was really keen to get home and the family agreed. We spent a night in Ulm on Monday 13 August.
We visited the beautiful town of Lazise, only about 15 minutes away from our campsite. With it’s impressive medieval gate and castle, it’s a lovely place to wander for a while.
In fair Verona, where we lay our scene…a day trip, and an evening visit to Gardaland.
At first we had planned to take a boat from Lazise to Sirmione but as I’d been feeling unwell, we thought the car would offer us more flexibility. We didn’t even make it very close to the centre when we were redirected by traffic police. Soon, we realised […]
Parco delle Cascate We took a trip to Molina, a medieval village, and a lovely walk to the waterfalls. Especially on a hot day, it was a great way to spend a few hours. It was about a 45 minute drive, much of the last part was very […]
We left the Austrian Alps in the morning on day 6 of our Zomervakantie and headed for Italy. Around 11am, we arrived at Camping Lido, situated on Lake Garda, Italy. My husband had booked a “camping”, which is a very popular type of holiday for Dutchies. What I […]