Do you enjoy walking on the beach and finding beach treasure? Do you know what your treasures are? Join marine biologists from Fleurieu Marine Education to discover the variety of creatures and plants that are washed ashore.
Renee and Ali from Fleurieu Marine Education are tertiary trained in marine science and provide educational services at the South Australian Whale Centre. Ali has spent more than a week of her life (minute for minute) SCUBA diving, much of it here in South Australia doing biodiversity surveys. Renee has sailed around the world and also has extensive SCUBA diving experience. For more information on Fleurieu Marine Education please visit: https://www.fleurieumarineeducation.com.au/
Suitable for all ages. Children must be supervised by adults at all times. Walking over uneven ground and the ability to bend over to collect items from ground level is required. Please wear closed-toe shoes (no thongs) to protect your toes.
Tongs and trays to collect items for sorting and identification will be provided.
Please wear weather-appropriate clothing as we will be outside in the elements.
What to bring:
- Enclosed shoes
- Weather-appropriate clothing
- Sun hat or beanie
- Waterproof jacket
- Drinking water
*Please note that there are not toilets on-site. The closest public toilets are in Normanville.
This program is funded by the District Council of Yankalilla.