WAIKATO

There will be lots of Seaweek 2018 events happening in Waikato and full details will be posted here as we receive them. Contact the Waikato Regional Coordinator if you’d like to organise an event: Maria Murphy – email: kapaimaria@hotmail.com, phone: 07 260 2005 / 027 699 2001

Seaweek 2018 Events

 

Cathedral Cove Snorkel Day

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Date: Sunday 25 February 2018
Time: 10am – 3pm
Location: Cathedral Cove. Meet at the Cathedral Cove carpark for registration.
Cost: Free

Free guided snorkeling for all the family. All equipment and guides provided by Experiencing Marine Reserves.

Snorkel Te Whanganui-A-Hei Marine Reserve, Gemstone Bay.
The top car park is closed, you will need to walk up or be dropped off.

With a back up location of Flaxmill Bay.

Postponements on EMR website and EMR Facebook page.

 

Maui Dolphin Day 2018 and Recycled Raft Race

Date: Saturday 3 March 2018
Time: 11am – 3pm
Location: Te Kopua Domain / Papahua – Raglan
Contact: Anna Cunningham email: mdd@whaingaroa.org.nz
Cost: Free

Maui Dolphin Day is Raglan’s community festival celebrating our marine environment and our smallest, cutest neighbors – the Maui Dolphin.

Come and share some food, play some games, listen to some great music and enjoy the wet and wild Recycled Raft Race, whilst supporting our local community organisations. MC’d by the one and only X-Man.

Raft Race starts at 11:45am. If you want to register a raft, contact education@xtremezerowaste.org.

See you there!

 

Marine Metre Squared

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

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