Hangover Bay being around 30 degrees south latitude means that the setting galaxy is horizontal when it is reasonably close to the horizon. This makes for some great opportunities - but the closer to the horizon the more faded the galaxy as you end up shooting through more atmosphere (pesky atmosphere - what is it good for :). In Western Australia, this also means shooting over the Indian Ocean - if only I could get the waves to stay still in between shots, makes post-processing the mosaics of the foreground "interesting".
This is a large mosaic of 25 shots with a 50mm f/2 lens on a Canon EOS6d. I took 10 x shots of the foreground with a large amount of overlap, and 15 x shots of the sky (using a tracking mount). All shots were at ISO1600 for 30 seconds. The original final image was a whopping 17391 x 6010 pixels, but google can't handle that so had to reduce it significantly. But zoom in, there is a lot of detail.
I'll put this revised version at full resolution shortly in my gallery, available to download.