News about Inaccessible Island, which lies 40 kms (25 miles) SW of Tristan da Cunha.

The Brass Fish Figure found at Blenden Hall, Inaccessible Island

A brass fish figure found on Blenden Hall beach by Tristan islander Jack Green on 24th March 2007 has been identified as possibly being from a ship's bell.
20-Jul-2022
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Project to remove invasive flax from Inaccessible Island

Dangerous work on sheer cliffs using ropes
4-Apr-2022
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Yacht SV Urchin brings the Inaccessible conservation team

The expedition yacht SV Urchin arrived from Cape Town on 6th December 2021 to drop off conservation personnel.
9-Dec-2021
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Stamp issue: 25th Anniversary of UNESCO World Heritage Site

Stamps marking the 25th anniversary of Gough and Inaccessible Islands being inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
28-Feb-2020
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Marine Science around Inaccessible Island

Tristan Fisheries Department work on 7th January 2019
8-Jan-2019
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Trip to Inaccessible and Nightingale Islands using new RIB

Tristan Conservation Department trip to support field work teams.
8-Nov-2018
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Fieldwork on Nightingale and Inaccessible Islands

Scientists monitor land and sea birds
1-Nov-2018
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Pioneering surfing off Inaccessible Island

Expedition team members surf Blenden Hall Beach in what could be a first-time surfing experience off the Tristan Islands.
12-Feb-2017
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Starting the year 2016

Dawn Repetto has sent a group of great photos to kick-start a several of our 2016 news pages.
1-Jan-2016
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