Looking across Whimpey's Waterhole towards the Lodge.
The Andromeda Galaxy (M31) only gets to ~11 degrees above VicSouth's northern horizon. 60 second exposure.
The Large Magellanic Cloud and Canopus. 60 second exposure, with the same lens as the Andromeda photo above.
The southern Milky Way is circumpolar at VicSouth, but it sometimes gets obscured by (faint) auroral activity. 60 second exposures.
Venus (and Zodiacal Light) against a Milky Way panorama from Aquila to Carina. 120 second exposures.
The International Space Station does a twilight flyover.
Mt Arapiles used to be an island in the sea that formerly filled the Murray Basin. The waves from that vanished sea eroded and undercut the Arapiles cliffs, creating rock benches, wave-smoothed hollows and stacks like the ones shown in this panorama.
Large low-angle cross bedding in the coarse Mt Arapiles sandstones.
Venus with the Trifid and Lagoon Nebulae. 30 second exposure.