We've had a glitch with the satellite technology so no fresh photos today! Hopefully we'll have the data connection back up soon. This report was phoned in by Shane just minutes ago.
Steaming into the beach where the Giblin River exits into the ocean we see tall sand dunes and the fresh tannin coloured water mixing witht he salty water of the sea. The beach is covered in footprints but they're not from us, not yet. These are animal tracks. We think we can see the footprints of pademelons, wombats and maybe even eagles.
Our gang line up across the beach and sweep up it in a line to have the best chance of spotting all the rubbish. After a solid morning's work we have 11 965 pieces of plastic in our possession and off the beach.
After lunch we did some sight seeing up the Giblin River as far as the Giblin Gorge, with it's impressive overhanging cliffs. The depth sounder on the boat said it was 45 feet deep! Can you convert that to meters?