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.
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.
A fascinating talk by Marine Ecologist and Educator Janine Baker about the weird and wonderful nudibranchs and sea slugs that live along the metropolitan Adelaide coastline.
Join EMS for a snorkel on the reef along O'Sullivans Beach Reef. The area is home to a rich diversity of marine life and seaweeds. This event is being run on the same day as a community citizen Science “slugs and snails” rock pool search.
Join Marine Janine and guests for a presentation on the weird and wonderful sea slugs and snails that live along the metropolitan Adelaide coastline.
Join EMS guides, Marine Ecologist Janine Baker and guest citizen scientists for a rock pool search and photography session on the rocky intertidal reef at northern O’Sullivan Beach, towards the Port Stanvac fence line.
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