TARANAKI

There will be lots of Seaweek 2018 events happening in Taranaki and full details will be posted here as we receive them. Contact the Taranaki Regional Coordinator if you’d like to organise an event: Kirstin Foley – email: kirstin@wildfortaranaki.nz phone: 022 100 3364

 

 

Community Guided Snorkel Day Ngamotu Beach

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Experiencing Marine Reserves – Ngamotu Beach Community Guided Snorkel Day

Sunday 17 December 2017 from 9am to noon at Ngamotu Beach, New Plymouth.

Come and see the amazing underwater life at Ngamotu Beach. If you look carefully you might see sea cucumbers, starfish, sea anemones, variety of fish and so much more.

Free fun for the whole family, come and learn how to snorkel – no experience required. We have all the gear you need just bring your togs, towel and drink/food. There will also be information displays by Nga Motu Marine Reserves Society

Big thanks to our supporters, sponsors and volunteers who make this day possible including: Port Taranaki, DOCF funding, Wild for Taranaki, DOC, Seaweek 2017 and Oceans Alive NZ.

In case of bad weather or poor water visibility the postponement date is Saturday 16th December keep an eye on this event where we will post postponement information the Thursday beforehand.

If you would to volunteer as a snorkel guide or would like more information please contact Denise dgoodman@doc.govt.nz

 

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Why not grab a Marine Metre Squared kit and go out to discover what lives on your local shore?

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