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Tim Hoile

Games for Seaweek (Launched on Monday 3rd March)

Launch of two new games from the Marine Discovery Centre Henley Beach.

Fishing with Les:

and Birds of the Coast:

182 Fullarton Road
Australia-wide 5065

Phone : 08 83343288

Cecily Wright

OzProject Sea Week 2008 (25th February - 11th April 2008)

This online project provides several opportunities for students to learn about the sea by sharing their knowledge and experiences and collaborating with others. It has been created for students in the Middle Primary years but may be adapted for younger or older students.

Outside the Marine gallery, Museum Victoria


Anna McCallum

Are we a bigger threat to Sharks than they are to (Tuesday 25 March 11-11.30am)

Are we a bigger threat to Sharks than they are to us....

Find out everything you wanted to know about sharks with a special session at Museum Victoria these school holidays.

To coincide with the release of Dr Mark Norman's latest book The Shark Book: Fish with Attitude, the Australian Marine Conservation Society will explain which species are under threat and what simple things we can do to help. There will be a slide show with the author, book signings, and a shark curiosity display.

Where: Melbourne Museum, Nicolson St, Carlton Gardens, Melways ref 2B J10

Melbourne Aquarium and On-line

Cnr Kings St and Queens Wharf Rd
VIC 3001

Andrew Vance (MESA)

Grey Nurse Sharks- On the Brink (March 7th 11am - 12pm )

Come and meet the diver at Melbourne Aquarium and see the last two resident Grey Nurse Sharks in Victoria.
Experience a very topical, local, extinction: a saw point example. The presentation will take place in the Ocean Theatre on Friday the 11th of March and will be broadcast on line via centra. So if you can''t make it there in person, then log in!!!!


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