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: firstname.lastname@example.org phone: 022 100 3364
- Young Ocean Explorers Seaweek Schools Competition
- Fish4all Seaweek 2018 Poetry Competition
- Community Guided Snorkel Day Ngamotu Beach – Sunday 17 December 2017
- Project Reef Life – Hear our Story – Tuesday 6 March 2018
- Happy Anniversary Taranaki! East End Beach Clean – Monday 12 March 2018
To celebrate Sea Week, and of course Taranaki Anniversary, we are holding a beach clean at East End on the 12th of March! The storms have washed up lots of rubbish and plastic, so lets get it off our beautiful beaches.
This is a family friendly event – Everyone welcome!! Dogs must be kept on a leash and under control at all times.
Please meet at 2 for the briefing, under the trees just before the skatepark on the left hand side. Look out for our new Taranaki Conservationists flags which have been kindly sponsored by Wild for Taranaki. We will arrange for New Plymouth District Council to take care of the rubbish and recycling for us.
We will provide bags and latex gloves, bring gardening gloves if you would prefer. Come dressed suitably for the weather, and sturdy shoes are a must if you plan on clambering over rocks to get all the hard bits!
Cancellation notification will be made on this Facebook event page by 9am on the day.
***The Taranaki Conservationists are a group of volunteers who encourage involvement in environmental and conservation initiatives. While we will do our best to ensure that you are aware of the hazards on the day, participation in this event is at your own risk *****
Date: Tuesday 6 March 2018
Time: 7 – 9pm
Location: TSB Hub, 17 Camberwell Rd, Hawera
Contact: for more info: https://www.facebook.com/projectreeflife/
Celebrating Seaweek 2018 with drama, challenges, immense rewards, majestic video footage – award winning, ground-breaking technology, volumes of science – with a powerful mix of students, Iwi, scientists, the local underwater club and dedicated team of volunteers investigating a Reef 11km off Patea, 23m depth – come share a night with us and hear our story. Questions and feedback warmly welcomed! Free entry.
Image: Experiencing Marine Reserves
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 email@example.com
Why not grab a Marine Metre Squared kit and go out to discover what lives on your local shore?