Sep 6

2018

Marine Biologist for a Day

Marine Biologist for a Day

Over the past few years, hundreds of primary schoolers have enjoyed our holiday sessions that inspire them to care for the ocean – now it’s time for the high schoolers to get in on the action. Due to popular demand, our Marine Biologist for a Day program has been adapted to cater for an older […]

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Aug 8

2018

Shark Soup

Shark Soup

They are possibly the most misunderstood of all the sea creatures – apex predators capable of inspiring both fear and fascination in equal measure.  But far from being the killing machines portrayed in the movies, most sharks are more at risk from us than we are from them. Of the almost 400 species identified, only […]

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Jul 4

2018

Humpback Heaven

Humpback Heaven

  Most marine creatures that pass our coast prefer to go un-noticed – but not the humpbacks.  These massive mammals like to announce their presence with spectacular displays that still leave scientists guessing as to why. Certainly whales need to surface to breathe – their huge exhalations rising metres into the air after 20 minutes […]

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May 30

2018

Saving Our Seas

Saving Our Seas

As World Ocean Day approaches, it’s timely do a health check on the biggest part of our planet – and the prognosis isn’t promising. It’s estimated there are 5 and a quarter TRILLION pieces of plastic in our waterways – or put simply 15 grocery bags of garbage for every metre of coastline in the […]

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