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Website last updated: Monday 5 December 2019

Instant Notices...

DECEMBER 2019 Newsletter - in FULL COLOUR here and now.
St Huberts Day Family BBQ - Report and photos here.
Report & Photos: Christmas in July @ Daleys Kitchen Here...
Greening St Huberts - Council's plans to re-afforest the Island here...
Climate Change & Council - Check it out   here...
Print a Map of the Island! -  Here...
  • SANTA ON THE WATER -  Monday 23 December  2019. Leaving Marina Cove at 5pm sailing clockwise to all Island canals and reversing course after Sandy Cove. Watch here for more info.
  • SunsetSips#1 - 5pm Saturday February 2020 @ Attunga. Date to be confirmed. The first SunsetSips of the new year. Watch here for more info.
  • Annual General Meeting - 7.30pm Thursday March 12 2020 @ The Cove Hall. Watch here for more info.
  • SunsetSips #2- 5pm Saturday March 2020 @ Beachfront. Date to be confirmed. Watch here for more info.
  • Daylight Savings ends - 3am Sunday April 5 - FALL back from 3am to 2am.
  • SunsetSips#3 - 4pm Saturday April 11 2020 @ Solstice. Plus a MONSTER EASTER EGG HUNT on this Easter Saturday. Watch here for more info.

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Island Lightning Show 

On Monday 2 April, local phtographer Andrew Murrel missed the sunset but was situated nicely on the Island at “Pump Park” when the storm approached. Over to Andrew…

“I drove to St Hubert's Island to get a clear shot of the storm’s approach and I could also see the rain front as it approached. I arrived with still a little colour in the sky and the lightning flashing about every 5 seconds. I stayed shooting till the rain started. All images shot with the Nikon D500 and the Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 lens. I put the camera in Aperture mode and had the aperture set to between f6.3 and f8.”

“… That way if we got a fairly close shot it wouldn't swamp the sensor. I set the ISO to 200 and the camera selected the appropriate shutter speed. You need a tripod and … a remote if you have one. These was taken about 20 minutes after sunset so the exposures were already several seconds.”

Find Andrew at -

Andrew Murrell Photography