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

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Events For TAS

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Hayman Island Resort Marine Centre

Hayman Island

TAS 4810

Phone : 0749401978

Kirsty Patten

The Shark Story (March 10-17)

The students of Hayman Island State School will produce a shark display for the guests of the resort to inform them of the danger some of our shark species are in, give information on ways humans can help and other general shark information.

Imaginarium Science Centre

19-23 MacFie St (entrance off Wenvoe St car park)
Devonport
TAS 7310

Phone : (03) 6423 1466

Carrie Smith

Under The Sea (March 12 - 29)

Find out why sharks are such an important part of our marine ecosystem. You can see brilliant displays including live hermit crabs, specimens of real seabirds, a seal and get up close and personal to a real shark! (You can only see the shark in the first week). Learn all about sharks and other marine life, as well as tips on how you can help keep our oceans clean!
If you are interested in a marine specific career, speak to our in-house Fisheries and Marine resources graduate and Marine Biologist.
Experience the hands-on activities available in the centre, eg, go ‘beach-combing’ and make your own sea creature!
You also have the chance to win the Oscar nominated animation 'Shark Tale' on DVD!!!!!!


Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery

Macquarie Street
Hobart
TAS 

Pam Elliott

Sharks - Maligned Man Eaters (March 7)

A Twilight Seminar for Teachers on Sharks. The true facts and what research is revealing. Includes refreshments, curriculum resources and speakers

Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery

Macquarie Street
Hobart
TAS 

Pam Elliott

Seaweek Family Day (March 6)

A Save our Sharks Seaweek Family Day will be held in the Courtyard of the Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery in Hobart on Sunday March 6. This will include displays, music, guest speakers and live baby sharks from the Marine Discovery Centre.

Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery

Macquarie Street
Hobart
TAS 

Robbie Poynter

Seaweek Family Day (March 6)

A Save our Sharks Seaweek Family Day will be held in the Courtyard of the Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery in Hobart on Sunday March 6. This will include displays, music, guest speakers and live baby sharks from the Marine Discovery Centre.

CSIRO Science Education Centre

36 Church St
North Hobart
TAS 7000

Phone : 03 6226 7477

Jeannie-Marie LeRoi

Water, Water, Everywhere (March 8)

Humans have pretty much mapped all of the world….or have they? There is a huge chunk of our world out there that is currently unmapped and unexplored! How do you even begin to map an area so deep Mount Everest could fit in there and still be underwater? In this session we’re going to give it a go. We’ll also take a look at tidal waves. Come along to start discovering the mysterious and wonderful world beneath the water.

University of Tasmania

Churchill Ave
Sandy Bay
TAS 

Pam Elliott

Sharks, Sharks, Sharks (March 8)

Barry Bruce is a highly respected authority on white sharks and has contributed to a significant scientific understanding of the behaviour of this fully protected species. His research involves two of Australia's best-known white sharks, Heather and Neale, juvenile sharks that were fitted with satellite tags and tracked for several weeks.
This event is part of a series of lectures on marine research organised for Adult Education. Bookings essential

Woodbridge Marine Discovery Centre

Jetty Road
Woodbridge
TAS 

Pam Elliott

Playful sharks? (March 7 - 10)

Staff and volunteers at the Marine Discovery Centre in Woodbridge will run shark games and activities with students from local schools all week. Not only will students be able to learn about and see sharks but pat there favourite!

   



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