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Adelaide Shores Caravan Park


West Beach
SA 

Phone : 82347255

Rachel Coates

Seaweek event for Pennington Junior Primary School (March 9th and 10th)

Year two students from Pennington Junior Primary have been invited to participate in a two day Seaweek event at Adelaide Shores Caravan Park whilst on camp. There will be 6 stations over the two days in which organisations such as KESAB Patawalonga and Torrens Waterwatch, Department for Environment and Heritage ), Urban Forest Biodiversity Program and Project Dolphin Safe and Seabird Rescue will deliver environmental educational sessions. Some of these include marine trails, designing and building gardens using local coastal plants and wildlife, whale disentanglement shows, seabird conservation talks and marine beach yoga.

Bandy Creek Boat Harbour, Esperance

Bandy Creek Boat Harbour
Esperance
WA 6450

Phone : 0427988296

Sarah O''Connell

Blessing of the Fleet with Glen Jakovich (March 6 & 7)

The Department of Fisheries ambassador, former West Coast Eagle Glen Jakovich and the Volunteer Fisheries Liaison Officers (VFLOs) will be attending the Esperance Blessing of the Fleet on Monday 6th March to promote the 'fish for the future' message. They will be conducting a family fishing clinic, setting up an education display, signing cards and taking part in a boat patrol and the blessing in the Bandy Creek Boat Harbour.

On Tuesday 7th, Glen and the Esperance Fisheries Officers will be visiting two of the local primary schools (Nulsan PS and Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic PS) to give a 'fish for the future' presentation.

Hastings Point Rocky Shore platform



NSW 

Phone : 02 66 763402

Kerrie Trees

Lets Rock at the rocky Shore Clean up (March 5)

A group of enthusiastic vissiting students from Singapore and Brisbane have offered to help with the local clean up of the rocky Shore and Headland

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

Huskisson



NSW 

Phone : (02) 4441 7752

Sue Brown

Jervis Bay Marine Park Celebrates Seaweek (March 6 - 12)

Discover the rich diversity of the pristine Jervis Bay Marine Park by taking part in a variety of activities of offer during Seaweek 2006.

Activities include;

Snorkelling safaris - $20 per person includes dive gear, transport, dive master and a JBMP tour guide. Ideal for the beginner snorkeller! To book phone (02) 4441 5255.

Foreshore walks in the Huskisson Sanctuary Zone accompanied by a Marine Parks and NPWS Rangers.

Seaweek Information Day including displays of live marine life and touch tanks at Voyager Park, Huskisson Sunday March 12 from 10am to 3pm.

A puppet show by the Rock Pool Theatre Company titled The Plastic Jellyfish held at Voyager Park, Huskisson on March 12 at 11.30am

If your school is in the Jervis Bay area and you would like us to give a presentation along the theme of Footprints for the Future, please contact us on (02) 4441 7752.

   




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