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Lincoln Marine Science Centre


Alex Gaut

Seaweek Discovery On The Eyre Peninsula (February 14 - 15)

An exciting professional development workshop for teachers in the Eyre Peninsula area from Ceduna to Port Augusta. Teachers can earn up to 12.5 hours to contribute to their annual obligatory professional development. The Eyre Peninsula has a rich marine heritage, both in maritime industries and in marine biodiversity. There are significant marine management and planning issues currently of relevance to the regional community, so the workshop comprises mostly local speakers to link regional educators with government, NGO and other representatives in their local area, thus increasing awareness of South Australia''s unique marine environment. It includes at least two field trips (and a third optional one), an IT session, resource session and plenty of networking time.

More information at http://www.mesa.edu.au/seaweek2004/events06.asp

Franklin Harbour Foreshore

Cowell Area School, storey Rd
SA 5602

Phone : 86292150

Malcolm J Rogers

A Day at the Harbour. (March 09)

Students from R-10 going ti the Franklin Harbour to engage in a variety of activites including boating, oyster lease tours, volleyball, cooking oysters, Sea Art, Microscopic creature search, Mangroves activities, building mosquito traps.

Star of the Sea School, Henley Beach

333 Military Rd
Henley Beach
SA 5022

Phone : 08 8356 8943

Tim Hoile

Seaweek Parade (March 10th at 2.00pm)

All of our classes will be parading at an Assembly with various self-made hats featuring our marine creatures including: crabs, seahorses, seastars, sea jellies and more!

Former Director of the Victor Harbor Whale Centre, Dr Elizabeth Reid, will open the event.

KIngscote Area School

Centenary Ave., Kingscote
Kangaroo Island
SA 5223

Phone : 85532074

Phyll Bartram

Recycling Jetsam into Works of Art (8th -12th and 18th, 19th March)

As part of our ongoing Beach Monitoring programme in which 12 Primary classes working with Marine Biologist Judith Wingate monitor 6 local beaches, collecting data on Birdwatching, Beachcombing, Rockpools and Rubbish collection, we have a well known artist Deb Sleeman taking workshops with all classes.The Jetsam collected with be transformed into works of art including weavings, sculpture, friezes,murals etc to display in a semi static display in our grounds.

Victor Harbor Aquatics, Snorkelling program DECS

Encounter Bay Reef,
Victor Harbor
SA 5212

Phone : 85543038

Mary-Alice Ballantine

Seagrasses and Marine Animals at Encounter Reef (March 9 to 12)

When snorkelling at Encounter Bay infront of the limestone reef. Students students will be given a picture of a seagrass, and/or a marine animal (eg, hermit crab, sponge, tommy rough, garfish) and asked to identify the same while snorkelling with their buddy.
This will be recorded at the end of each session.



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