What are corals exactly, what threats do they face, and why are they so important to our oceans and life on this planet?
Explore this and more in a fabulous continuation of Roebuck Bay Working Group and Yawuru Land & Sea Unit's Science on the Broome Coast series.
Monday 10 August will see scientist Kathryn Dyball explore the magical corals of the Rowley Shoals in Broome, as one of the last pristine reefs in the world.
Join in at:
Main Hall at the University of Notre Dame
22 Guy St
Date: Monday 10 August 2020
Time: 6pm to 7:30pm
The event is FREE (gold coin donations appreciated) with a door prize to be drawn on the night.
All participants have the chance to win a fishing shirt from Reef Chief, valued at $59.95.
For more information, head to roebuckbay.org.au
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