Broome is a veritable epicentre of amazing life forms and immense biodiversity - discover the intricate workings of this marine haven in the first installment of Roebuck Bay Working Group and Yawuru Land and Sea Unit's Science on the Broome Coast 2020 series.
Join marine scientist Kathryn Dyball to learn how seagrass and phytoplanktom are the vital base that support the intricate food web of fish, crocodiles, sharks, turtles, snakes, whales and more!
Join in at:
Main Hall at the University of Notre Dame
22 Guy St
Date: Monday 3 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 whale watching voucher for two people with Absolute Ocean Charters, valued at $238!
For more information, head to roebuckbay.org.au
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