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Save Our Sharks Shark Bay Seaweek 2005 - March 6 to 13

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Seaweek 2005 Events Listing

Events For NSW

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Hunter Valley Grammar School

Norfolk Street
Ashtonfield
NSW 2323

Phone : (02) 49310726

Anne Kitchener

Save Our Sharks: Beautiful, Misunderstood and Vani (March 11, 7pm)

Seminar by shark biologist Dr Nick Otway with title Save Our Sharks: Beautiful, Misunderstood and Vanishing. Dr Otway will be giving a powerpoint presentation on the above topic and bringing along various displays such as shark jaws from research specimens, tags used in his research etc.

Hunter Valley Grammar School

Norfolk Street
Ashtonfield
NSW 2323

Phone : (02) 49310726

Anne Kitchener

Save Our Sharks: Beautiful, Misunderstood and Vani (March 1, 7pm)

Seminar by shark biologist Dr Nick Otway with title Save Our Sharks: Beautiful, Misunderstood and Vanishing. Dr Otway will begiving a powerpoint presentation on the above topic and bringing along various displays such as shark jaws from research specimens, tags used in his research etc.

Environment Centre Pavillion in Railway Park.

Jonson Street
Byron Bay
NSW 2481

Barbara Jensen

The sharks in our park (March 7th 10.30 to 12.30)

Come along to Railway Park to learn more about the sharks living in our marine park. An information table with displays, handouts and people to answer your questions. Find out what''s in the Bay, more about the Cape Byron Marine Park and Coastcare.

Hastings Point Rocky Shore

Marine Environments Field Study and Resource Centr
Hastings Point
NSW 2489

Phone : 02 66 763401

Kerrie Trees

Wobbegong magic (March 7-8)

Wobbegongs of several species are prominent in our local waters and particularily like the shallow waters of the Rocky Shore platform.Our survey will endevour to
1) Identify the wobbegong species
2) Map their position
3) Approximate the size range
4) Compare their choice of habitat over the labyrinth of pools

Local cafes


Huskisson
NSW 2540

Phone : 02 4441 7752

Sue Brown

Art Display (March 6-13)

View artwork by local schoolchildren

Voyager Park


Huskisson
NSW 2540

Phone : 02 4441 7752

Sue Brown

Information Day and Puppet Show (March 13 )

See live aquaria and touch tanks
Join in guided foreshore walks
See puppet show The Plastic Jellyfish presented by the Rock Pool Theatre
Talk to staff from the Jervis Bay Marine Park, NPWS and NSW Fisheries

Deep 6 Diving Jervis Bay

Owen St
Huskisson
NSW 2540

Phone : 02 4441 5255

Juila Cross

Snorkelling Safaris (March 6-13)

Snorkelling in the Jervis Bay Marine Park.
$20 per person, includes dive gear, transport, dive master and JBMP tour guide

Lord Howe Island

PO Box 157
Lord Howe Island
NSW 2898

Phone : 02 6563 2447

Ian Hutton

SEAWEEK Lord Howe Island (5 to 12 February)

SEAWEEK LORD HOWE ISLAND
5 to 12 FEBRUARY 2005

Saturday. Register for activities at the Visitor Centre or Busty’s Boatshed

Sunday. 2.00pm to 4pm guided snorkel at Ned’s Beach with Howea Divers
5.30pm introductory LHI slide presentation at the museum volcanics, fossils, flora, fauna , things to see and do on Lord Howe Island.

Monday. – 2pm to 4pm North Bay snorkeling trip with Islander Cruises.
5.30pm Open SEAWEEK and presentation on the LHI Marine Park by Marine Park Manager Geoff Kelly

Tuesday 2pm to 5 pm Low tide guided reef walk at Ned’s Beach. Lord Howe Island Nature Tours.

Wednesday 2pm to 4 pm – Boat snorkel trip in lagoon with Coral Princess.
5.30pm slide presentation on marine animals of LHI at museum

Thursday – 3 pm to 5.30pm Low tide guided reef walk at Middle Beach or South Reef. LHI Nature Tours

Friday – see optional extra activities at bottom.
5.30pm talk on scuba diving and latest research on LHI by Howea Divers.

Scuba trips arranged with Howea Divers to suit weather

Also available through Seaweek , optional extra activities –
Introductory beach scuba dive Thursday 9.30 am Howea Divers
Mount Gower climb with Jack Shick – Friday 7.30 am to 4.30 pm
Malabar boat snorkel – Friday 2.00pm to 4.30pm Howea Divers
Night snorkel Mon, Tues. 7.30 pm with Islander Cruises at North Bay
and Thursday 7.30pm with Coral Princess Erscotts Hole
Round island boat cruise (2 hours), Ball’s Pyramid Boat cruise (5 hours) on M.V. Kermadec. Day and time weather dependent. Gear Hire Busty’s Boatshed.
Bookings essential at Visitor Centre or Busty’s Boatshed
Visit the displays at the museum daily

Mittagong Public School

Pioneer St
Mittagong
NSW 2575

Phone : 0248711020

Graham Perry

'Save Our Sharks' Poster Competition (8th March)

To celebrate Sea Week, Year 2, 3 and 4 students are encouraged to produce an A4 sized poster promoting either:
· the different types of sharks,
· the importance of sharks, or
· safe practices for humans around sharks.
The poster should be given to your class teacher by Tuesday, 8th March. Winners will be announced in next week’s newsletter. Information about Sea Week is available at: www.mesa.edu.au/seaweek2005.

   



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