Annual event hailed a success by organisers.
To most people, Freemasonry is shrouded in mystery but part of its heritage is set to be revealed by an enterprise that until now has been western Queensland’s best kept secret.
The unpredictably windy Wollongong coastline, with its dense population, abutting escarpment and few clear landing spaces, is unsuited to hot air balloons. But that's not stopped this one guy.
The ashes of what is believed to be a chief petty officer with the Royal Navy, washed up on a Mandurah beach in a glass jar.