The Australian Encounter, July 27, 1965
The UFO Investigator (NICAP), Vol. III, No. 4, August-September 1965, p. 4:

During the first week of August, two residents of Nedlands, West Australia jumped from their car, fearing a UFO was above to hit it.  It was close to 8 p.m., and Dr. Antonin Kukla, formerly a physician in Europe, and Mrs. Audrey Lawrence were driving near Carnarvon when a flying object dived toward their headlights.

Dr. Kukla hurriedly stopped and switch off the lights.  As he and Mrs. Lawrence ran to the side of the road, the UFO stopped and hovered above the highway.

It was rocking gently, Dr. Kukla said later.  And its orange color as it dived had changed to a fluorescent green glow.

The doctors bull terrier, usually first out of the car when it stopped, was crouched in the back seat, hackles up.  It refused to budge.

Dr. Kukla said the object was shaped like a squashed football.

I had the fear that whatever it was, it was not man-made,he reported, after the UFO had left the scene.

The sighting appeared partly confirmed by resident Ron Butler, owner of nearby Mooka Station.  Butler said that his entire camp had been lit up by a greenish glow when somethingpassed over it, thought he co

The Australian UFO Research Network, 1965 Sighting Archives at (may not work)

27th JUL; CARNARVON, WA 1940 hrs

(Source: Telegraph (Brisbane/18.08.65)

Driving along, a Mr. Kulka and a Mrs. Lawrence noted a green then orange light in the sky.  It enlarged to a tea-saucer-sizeglow.  They got out of the car and watch as the object hovered in mid air rocking from side to side.  It drifted westwards and eventually disappeared soundlessly

Sources: The UFO Investigator (NICAP), Vol. III, No. 4, August-September 1965, p. 4.