Sep 26 2019
October 3, 2019
Wet Season activities in Broome
David Murray has worked with Bureau of Meteorology as a Technical Observer in the Kimberley for the last 12 years, during which time he learned how to take lightning photos. A great way to learn all about how to observe and understand Broome’s wet season.
David will speak about weather, answer questions on how to take photos of lightning, what types of lightning there are to take photos of, where storms mainly happen around Broome and the Kimberley, the best direction to travel to the storm, why storms die down when they get to the coast and the settings for your camera!
All participants have a chance to win an amazing photo (30 x 75cm) donated by Richard Young Photography, beautifully framed by Kimberley Kolors.
The Science on the Broome Coast event is an initiative of the Roebuck Bay Working Group and Yawuru Land and Sea unit and sponsored by Inspiring Australia, Rangelands NRM with support from the Federal Government National Landcare Program, Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, University of Notre Dame, Broome Community Resource Centre and National Science Week.
When October 3, 2019 6-7.30pm
Where The Hall, Notre Dame University, 88 Guy St, Broome
Free Gold coin donations welcome 🙂
Roebuck Bay Working Group is comprised of Traditional Owners and government, local community, conservation groups and business. We work collaboratively to solve issues, raise awareness and encourage research and monitoring which supports responsible management and protection of Roebuck Bay.