St Vincent Gulf
The Friends of Gulf St Vincent Inc. are seeking to commission an artist(s) to create an interactive, permanent, iconic public art work, which will:
– complement the location and feel of Port Noarlunga Beach
– engage and educate the public regarding the reef’s health and future opportunities if it is well cared for.
The artist(s) are encouraged to exercise artistic expression and freedom on this project, however the work will need to explore and refer to the themes outlined in the Port Noarlunga Reef Artist Brief. At this stage, we have obtained funds to pay shortlisted artists a concept fee of $1000. The piece(s) will be installed in the entranceway to Port Noarlunga Jetty at the Witton Centre, Port Noarlunga (see image) and will complement the recent development of the Witton Centre upgrade.
Contact Rob Bosley for more information on firstname.lastname@example.org
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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This is an article sourced from the ABC Website:
New technology to map the seabed could lead to more frequent monitoring of the health of seagrass off the South Australian coast.
SA Water and a Taiwanese university are testing the technology in Saint Vincent Gulf, towing a sensor behind a boat.
Additional to this article is a channel 7 news report which includes video. Click here to view
Download the Media Release – 050514-MediaRelease-seagrassmapping
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