The Shape of Water

On A Floating World is made up of four sections, each with their own unique focus and personality, as well as one project news channel.

Seafolk is an ongoing series of interviews and oral histories with people who live and work on the coastline and waterways surrounding Newcastle, stretching from Port Stephens to Lake Macquarie and around the Hunter Valley.

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The Zones is a series of site visits to the various beaches, swamps, wetlands, lagoons, rivers, creeks, and waterways stretching from Port Stephens to Lake Macquarie and around the Hunter Valley.

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Fathoms is series of deep dives into local history. We’ll be looking back at the characters, events, and places that have made us — from floods to fishers, shacks to shipwrecks.

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The Drift is a series of interviews and stories from around the oceans, with people, places, and projects that are either leading the way for the future or preserving something essential from the past.

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Ebb/Flow is Our official channel of information. This is where we will be posting any project news, including upcoming events, new products, and all information concerning the operations of this site.

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Heath Killen

By Heath Killen

Heath Killen is the founder and editor of On A Floating World. Born and raised in Newcastle, he is passionate about the coastline and waterways surrounding his home. Elsewhere he helps people develop brands, campaigns, and projects based on their passions.