In May, Sea Stories will focus on the most iconic creature of Port Stephens, the dolphin. The night will include two presentations; looking at the different populations that exist within the Port and beyond the headlands. 7pm, Wednesday 8th May
Waratah Room, Tomaree Library
7 Community Close, Salamander Bay
A big thank you to everyone who attended Wednesday night's Sea Stories: Sands of Time, we were overwhelmed by the turn out. Off the back of Wednesday's talk, marine scientist Iain Watt will be hosting a beach profiling day at Shoal Bay Beach this Wednesday, 17th April. We will be meeting at the Shoal Bay Boat Ramp at 10am to set up and have an introduction to transects, ahead of the low tide at 12:45pm. The activities are family friendly, anyone eager to get involved is welco
In April, Sea Stories will focus on one of the Port's most iconic features. Marine scientist Iain Watt will give a special presentation, exploring the properties of our sand and it's history.
Guests will have the opportunity to learn about beach profiling and to gain hands-on experience through a new citizen science project. The first fieldwork day will take place during school holidays, on Wednesday 17th April. More details will be available for guests of Sea Stories.