Thursday 5 October
5.30 (for 6.00pm start) ‘til 8.00pm
Henley Sailing Club
Cnr Seaview Rd and Burbridge Rd, West Beach
Finger food and voucher for a drink provided on arrival
Guest speaker is Sam Gaylard from the EPA
Please note that we are seeking nominations for
the roles of President and Treasurer
RSVP by 28/09/2017 to:
The Marine Discovery Centre is turning 20 years old!
We really hope that you can attend this very special event – our biggest-ever celebration.
3.30pm to 6.00pm
416 Seaview Road, Henley Beach
Please RSVP by clicking-on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tennyson Dunes Open Day
Sunday 24th September 2017
For more information and online booking of tours
Marine Discovery Centre Sunday Open Afternoon
Sunday 3 September 2017 at 2:00pm
An open afternoon from 2-2:30pm with a Marine Trail walk from 2:30pm to 3:30pm.
The Centre has local marine creatures including seahorses, moon jellies, Port Jackson shark, Blue Devils and much more.
$10 per Person and Seniors/Concession $5
Marine Discovery Centre
cnr Seaview Road and Marlborough St, Henley Beach, South Australia 5022
Rewilding the Sea
Shellfish Reef Restoration Presentation
Curious? What’s a shellfish reef? And why do we need to restore one?
Presentations from The Nature Conservancy and PIRSA Fisheries and Aquaculture will discuss the details of this ambitious habitat restoration project – the largest outside the USA.
An expert panel will answer questions in a Q&A session, followed by drinks, nibbles and informal discussion.
Thursday, 3rd August, 6 pm
The Joinery, 111 Franklin St, Adelaide
Every Spring the Tennyson Dunes Group hosts the annual Tennyson Dunes Open Day. It’s a great way to learn about your local dunes. Come on an expert guided tour with the volunteers, Neville Bonney and Karl Telfer. Watch our famous Painted Dragons frolic in the sun and check out the wildflowers. Don’t forget to have lunch with the Kiwanis.
* Text courtesy Tennyson Dune Group
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Over the next month – 10th April to 10th May – BirdLife Australia (nationally) is running a promotion to farewell our migratory shorebirds and follow them on their journeys along the East Asia – Australasia migratory flyway.
You can sign in to the Farewell Shorebirds web page to receive weekly email updates on where the birds are at and what they are doing. Prizes on offer too!
Web page links – Background Information: http://birdlife.org.au/media/help-us-farewell-the-shorebirds/ & Sign-up Page: http://farewellshorebirds.org.au/