The Shipwrecks, Sealers and Scientists on Macquarie Island Internet project is hosted by the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service and funded through Environment Australia under the Historic Shipwrecks Programme.

Design and programming of this web site have been expertly carried out by secondary school students, Susan and Fflur of Fahan Cre@tions. Susan and Fflur are undertaking the Vocational Educational Training in Certificate II Interactive Multimedia Studies at Fahan School. The finished project has been entered in the Learning21 Internet competition for school students in 2000.

The site has been developed by 'The Macquarie Wreckers', Anne Morganand Glyn Roberts in collaboration with Parks and Wildlife maritime archaeologist, Mike Nash.

 


 The Team

Front: Fflur, Susan,
Back: Anne and Glyn

Photograph courtesy of the Mercury Newspaper


The Project Team would also like to thank the following people and organisations:

Mike Nash
Geof Copson
Peter Lelong
Danny Spooner
Johannah Massey
Bob Thompson
Annie Rushton
Dr Woody Horning
Louise Maher
Dr Isobel Bennett
Gerry Nash
Rowan Butler
Gary Guiver
Belinda Kurczok
Dr Jennie Whinan
Mark Fountain

Tavis Potts
Dr Clive Crossley
Sue Robinson
Louise Wynen
Jane McKenzie
Irynej Skira
Terrence Pye
Wayne Kelly
Mark Pharoah
Karen Kristensen
Dr Louise Crossley
Rebe Taylor
Joan Huxtable
Jean Nunn
Angie McGowan
Rene Wanless
Kevin Bell

Rod Boucher
Shane Quintal
Nancy Smith
Julie Gough
Greg Lehman
Southland Museum & Art Gallery, Invercargill
Pennehaw Museum, Kangaroo Island
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
National Library of Australia
Mitchell Library, Sydney
The Mercury
Taroona High School
State Library of Tasmania
Australian Antarctic Division
Mawson Institute of South Australia