Reconnecting with the ANARE Club

Reconnecting with the ANARE Club From time to time the ANARE Club’s National Council reviews its Membership Database for memberships that have lapsed.  We reach out to warmly invite those members to consider re-connecting with friends and colleagues from their times in Antarctica, as a returning member of our Club. The ANARE Club has been […]

Oral History Interview – Syd Kirkby

Interview by Ian Toohill Compiled and edited by Alan Ryan  Audio interview with Syd Kirkby AO MBE conducted by Ian Toohill 27 Feb 2024 The latest instalment in our “Oral Histories” series.  Ian Toohill interviewed Syd Kirkby (AO, MBE, Polar Medal and Phillip Law Medal Recipient 2020), at his home in Queensland. Together they […]

Antarctic Stations Inform Space Travel

IMAS/UTAS Researcher calls for participants in social interaction Rebecca Kaiser is a PhD candidate with University of Tasmania School of Social Sciences and Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS). Rebecca’s research aims to investigate the social interactions in Antarctic stations as an analogue for future space travel and habitation. Humanity aims to travel ever […]

2024 National Council Elections

The ANARE Club needs you..! Nominations are now open for the 2024 National Council elections! The 13-member Council manages much of the Club’s activities and projects and we are getting busier all the time. The ANARE Club is in an excellent position to become a national advocate and authority in Australia’s Antarctic history, driving governments […]

ANARE Club Newsletter June 2024

ANARE Ski Club – Mt Baw Baw

ANARE Ski Club – Contacts