The Garden of Unearthly Delights has become a major attraction in Adelaide during the February-March festive season. Many Fringe Festival performances are hosted inside the amazing venues present in the Garden. This magic place is celebrating its 10th anniversary. From a few tents in a corner of Rundle Park in 2002, the Garden has grown each year stronger, bigger and better and we can’t wait to enjoy what 2015 has in stock. Read more
Based on a 7cm very high resolution digital aerial imagery acquired with our UltraCam-X camera system and a 10cm digital surface model, this short video shows a simulated 7m water level rise in Bendigo, Victoria.
Situated in Victoria, 210km from Melbourne, Mt Buller is a mountain in the Australian Alps. The village situated near the the summit is primarly a resort town. Mount Buller is popular with snowsports enthusiasts in winter.
This 3D animation has been generated using a 30cm orthophoto mosaic draped over a 50cm digital terrain model.
Gosse Bluff, about 200 km west of Alice Springs, in the Northern Territory, Australia, is one of the most significant impact structures in the world. It has a 5km diameter and was formed 142 millions years ago by the impact of an asteroid up to 2km in diameter. Read more
Oulnina is one of the easternmost localities in South Australia, located just off the Barrier Highway in east South Australia and is about 300km north-northeast from Adelaide.
Dirranbandi, a few kilometers south of St-George in Southern Queensland has been cut off by flood waters. This emergency aerial orthophotos (metric aerial photography) has been captured and processed by AEROmetrex on Friday 10th February 2012. Read more
Australia experiences each year a range of natural disasters including floods, bushfires, server storms, landslides and earthquakes. Queensland and New South Wales have experienced an increasing number of flood events in the past few years. Both populated areas along the coast as well as isolated rural towns have been hit hard and emergency services have had a hard time dealing with these disasters. Floods are estimated to be the most costly natural disaster in Australia and cost local and state governments hundreds of millions. Read more