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


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Phone : 08 92265856

Dr J.N. Dunlop

Lancelin Coastal Day (6 March 2006)

Mixed program, flier to be sent separately

District highschool


Phone : 9949 1560

Kelly Ritchie

Wanna Win A Whaleshark Tour? (march 6- 13th)

The Exmouth community live in the world's largest cul- de- sac, 225km off the main Highway with one road into town and one road out! Exmouth in 1200km North of Perth, the capital of Western Australia. Exmouth is the gateway to the Ningaloo Reef, where the most reliable annual aggregation of the world's largest shark occurs-the Whale Shark! Exmouth students will focus their SOS activities on Whale Shark conservation. Because an unlimited entry pass to SeaWorld would be basically useless to kids in Exmouth, the local community has contributed prizes which will equal the prizes on offer to East Coast kids. The big prize for each category is a tour onboard a whale shark eco boat and the opportunity to swim with these huge 6m long sharks!

Rottnest Island, Western Aus

PO Box 693
Fremantle WA
WA 6959

Phone : (08) 9372 9762

Melinda Vassallo (nee Wild)

Seaweek Teachers Expo (March 11th 2005)

The Rottnest Island Authority, in conjunction with participating organisations, presents the Teachers Expo as part of Seaweek 2005, with the theme of SOS - Save Our Sharks. Teachers and community members have the opportunity to take part in a variety of workshops investigating the magical marine environment of Rottnest Island, Western Australia.

The majority of the day will involve a choice of two marine adventure workshops! There will be one workshop operating in the morning and one in the afternoon. The workshops are designed to ensure that they cater for primary and/or secondary teachers as well as the general community. Also, you will receive a comprehensive package (relevant to your chosen morning workshop) to facilitate the development of your own Seaweek activities.

Contact: Senior Education Officer/MESA State Delegate, Melinda Vassallo on (08) 9372 9762 or email


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