Pioneering Antarctic expeditioners reflect on what drew them to the frozen continent, what they learnt
The Mercury, Other, 21/08/2022, Rob Inglis
As Australia’s Antarctic program prepares to mark a significant milestone, three former expeditioners have reflected on their epic and sometimes dangerous voyages to the frozen continent. How will under fire Ponga bounce back? […] Mr Cresswell, 84, now living at Prince of Wales Bay, would go on to become an oceanographer with the CSIRO but not before he got up to some mischief on his formative trip south.
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