For this monitoring event we will meet at the Port Slipway at 3:30 in the afternoon. Everyone is welcome and no previous experience is necessary. Find dugong feeding trails and fascinating sea creatures whilst contributing to an important data set that helps us monitor the health of Roebuck Bay!
Please note this later start time means the temperature will have already commenced its rapid escalation.
Please bring or wear the following:
- A hat, sun cream und suitable sun protective clothing, ie lightweight long sleeves.
- Sturdy enclosed footwear to protect from sharp objects, stinging creatures and Lyngbya (commonly known as “blue green algae” and capable of causing unpleasant skin irritation when wet and respiratory irritation when dry).
- A personal water bottle to carry with you.
We will provide:
- A healthy selection of afternoon tea and refreshments
- Reef boots to borrow if you do not have your own suitable footwear
- Instruction on monitoring techniques and equipment
- Safety induction including hand sanitiser and guidance on social distancing
Please direct any questions to the event coordinator, Victoria, via the [email protected] email or via mobile phone on 0497 810 129.
Broome, WA 6725
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