Thank you to everyone who attended our Inaugural Golf Day. It was a fantastic day and we look forward to next year’s event. All profits from the day support our annual Marine Research Grant Program.
Care for Our Coast Community Science Day
Come down to Sea World 10am-3pm on Saturday 23 August for Care for Our Coast Community Science Day as part of National Science Week.
Get hands-on with fun and engaging activities, such as Reef Check diver demonstrations and REEF Search activities for people to try their hand at citizen science. Meet researchers working to protect Queensland’s coastline with a show every 15min from groups including Humpbacks and High rises, Diving the Gold Coast, and Beach Care.
You can also be part of a one-day only scavenger hunt around Sea World to go in the draw to win fantastic prizes including Sea World Tropical Reef snorkel for two. First 20 completed entries win a prize pack!
This event is being run as part of the Reef Citizen Science Exhibition, through the Great Barrier Reef Citizen Science Alliance.
Community Marine Debris Groups
Every Thursday 5pm –Burleigh Beach – Responsible Runners
Second Sunday of every month – Bungaree Clean up – Wildlife Emergency
The Community Marine Debris program provides funding for local groups to undertake on-ground waterway litter cleanup and address marine debris problems including identifying hot spots in South-East Queensland (QLD).
Waterway litter and debris, particularly plastic, pose a serious threat to our turtles and other marine wildlife. Understanding the range of items and their potential source are a vital step in creating a positive future for marine life.