The dynamics in a rockpool change as darkness settles in.
Under spotlight, participants will observe the interactions between the secretive nocturnal marine animals as they move, hunt and feed at night.
Discussion of the importance of marine reserves in monitoring sustainable use of the ocean, and aboriginal uses of the shore environment.
|Sites||Point Danger Marine Sanctuary (Torquay), Point Addis Marine Park (Anglesea), Eagle Rock Marine Sanctuary (Aireys Inlet), Point Grey (Lorne), Barwon Bluff Marine Sanctuary (Barwon Heads)|
|Suitability||Sessions can be modified for all age levels, from primary school to tertiary/ adult groups|
|What is supplied||Leaders will carry spotlighting torches. Participants should bring their own torches too|
|Note||Rockpool Rambles must be held around the low tide|
|Cost||$21 per person including GST.|
Minimum group charge $315