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Franklin Harbour Foreshore

Cowell Area School, storey Rd
Cowell
SA 5602

Phone : 86292150

Malcolm J Rogers

A Day at the Harbour. (March 09)

Students from R-10 going ti the Franklin Harbour to engage in a variety of activites including boating, oyster lease tours, volleyball, cooking oysters, Sea Art, Microscopic creature search, Mangroves activities, building mosquito traps.
[link]www.cowellas.sa.edu.au[link]

Victor Harbor Aquatics, Snorkelling program DECS

Encounter Bay Reef,
Victor Harbor
SA 5212

Phone : 85543038

Mary-Alice Ballantine

Seagrasses and Marine Animals at Encounter Reef (March 9 to 12)

When snorkelling at Encounter Bay infront of the limestone reef. Students students will be given a picture of a seagrass, and/or a marine animal (eg, hermit crab, sponge, tommy rough, garfish) and asked to identify the same while snorkelling with their buddy.
This will be recorded at the end of each session.

Star of the Sea School

9 Allambee Close
Gladstone
QLD 4680

Jennett Mullane

Sea Search (March 8 - 12)

Interactive display in School Library, encouraging children to become more familiar with our beautiful Reef Resource. A Conservation Poster Competition will be launched at the same time.

Camden Park Environmental Education Centre

Finns Rd
Menangle
NSW 2570

Phone : 0246366313

Brian Trench

Marine Discovery Program (March 9-12)

44 year 6 students complete one day open ocean snorkel course in Camden Pool
Two days snorkelling and discovery at Jervis Bay, camping at Bristol Point.

St Mary Star of the Sea

Johnston Street
CARNARVON
WA 6701

Phone : 08 9941 1328

Wendy Landwehr

Beach Monitoring (Thursday 11th March @ 11.30am)

Students are going to the Town Beach (right in the center of town!)and will meet up with Inez Stemp from the Department of Environment. We will be monioting the PH levels of the sea, comparing it to the water we drink at school and the water striaght from a hose. We will also be testing the turbitity and salinity of the sea water. We will complete a site analysis of Town Beach and at the end of activities, we will complete a clean up of the area.

   


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