A beginner’s lesson at Adelaide Aquatic Centre for those of all ages and abilities who would benefit from extra assistance to learn basic snorkelling techniques in the pool to ensure a safe and enjoyable first ocean snorkel experience.
Snorkel the magical mangrove forest of Port Gawler River with Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries. Safe Supervised Snorkel tours for the whole family. Wetsuits, snorkel gear and guide included in the ticket price.
Celebrate Festival of Nature. Professional snorkel leaders and marine biologists will help you explore the jetty and seagrass beds, home to the blue devilfish, elusive leafy and weedy seadragons and other colourful reef fish and plant life.
Celebrate Innes National Park as January Park of the Month with a lobster and ray snorkel at Chinamans Hat Sanctuary. The ticket price includes a guide, wetsuit, boots, fins, mask and snorkel. Intermediate snorkel skills required.
Join snorkel leaders and local marine biologists for a guided snorkel at Edithburgh Jetty & Tidal Pool. The jetty is home to an amazing variety of colourful plant and fish life including the leafy sea dragon.
Join snorkel leaders and local marine biologists for a guided snorkel at Point Turton Jetty. The jetty is home to an amazing variety of colourful plant and fish life including the southern eagle ray.
Join the EMS Team, guest artists, and SA Scientists for a pub meal and learn all about the Edithburgh Jetty and its inhabitants. A family-friendly event with activities for children.
Join Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries Inc., National Parks and Wildlife Service and Inspiring SA for a shipwreck snorkel at Mt Dutton Bay Jetty. Wetsuits, snorkel gear and guides included in the ticket price.
Join snorkel leaders for a guided snorkel at Flat Rock near Cowell. The Flat Rock formation is a visible remnant of the ice age and snorkelers will experience an amazing variety of fish and plant life on the reef and surrounding habitats.
A fascinating talk by Professor Bronwyn Gillanders about Giant Australian cuttlefish and the Fab Five project.
Join snorkel leaders for a guided snorkel at the New Beach, Whyalla. Whyalla is well known for the Giant Cuttlefish aggregation between May-August but also has a great diversity of other temperate southern reef species including many rays.
Join Marine Ecologist Janine Baker, NPWS Marine Biologist Dr Shelley Paull and Inspiring SA for a citizen Science survey at Tumby Bay Lookout reef. The jetty is home to an amazing variety of colourful plant, invertebrate and fish life.
Join local marine biologist Dr Shelley Paull, Marine Ecologist Janine Baker and accredited guides for a guided snorkel at Tumby Bay Lookout reef. The reef is home to an amazing variety of colourful plant, invertebrate and fish life.
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