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Woodbridge Marine Discovery Centre

Jetty Rd, Woodbridge

TAS 

Phone : (03) 6267 4649

Ros Asten

Discover your local marine life (March 7 and March 9, 3.30-5pm)

The Woodbridge Marine Discovery Centre invites parents of Channel Cluster school students to bring their children for a self-guided tour of the Centre on March 7 and March 9 between 3.30 and 5pm. A great opportunity to meet some of the marine creatures that live in your area, and to find out ways to reduce our'footprint'on the local waterways.

Woodbridge School



TAS 

Ros Asten

A Footprint in Time (March 6-10)

A literal translation of the Seaweek 2006 theme! During Seaweek, every single student from K-10 at Woodbridge School will make a print of their foot to be included in a time capsule. Each footprint will be paired with a picture of a plant or animal that is currently found in the waters of the D'Entrecasteaux Channel, next to which Woodbridge School is located.

Imaginarium Science Centre

Entrance off Wenvoe Street Car Park
Devonport
TAS 7310

Phone : 03 6423 1466

Carrie Smith

Little Penguins and life in the Antarctic (March 30, 7.00pm - 9.00pm )

''An evening about Little Penguins and life in the Antarctic'' is a FREE event. Come and listen to speakers Perviz Marker, who was awarded the Tasmanian Government Prof Harry Bloom award for Environmental Excellence in 2005 for her work on Little Penguins along our coast and Imaginariumís own Carrie Smith will speak about her adventures living and working in Antarctica.

Refreshments will be available by a gold coin donation. This will also be the VERY last opportunity to see the current exhibitions before the arrival of the dinosaurs!

BOOKINGS REQUIRED

   




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