World Oceans Day

Dive into the wonders of the World Ocean this June with an exhilarating lineup of aquatic adventures! Join us as we host a month-long celebration of World Ocean Activities, dedicated to exploring and preserving our vast marine ecosystems. Immerse yourself in the world of marine conservation through interactive educational programs and workshops led by marine biologists and environmental experts. Learn about the vital role our oceans play in our local environment!

The goal of World Oceans Day is to foster a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by our oceans, such as overfishing, pollution, climate change, and habitat destruction, and to encourage sustainable practices and responsibility. It aims to empower individuals to take meaningful action, both on an individual level and collectively, to ensure the long-term health and well-being of our oceans and the countless species that call them home.

By promoting awareness, education, and conservation efforts, World Oceans day strives to instill a sense of responsibility and appreciation for the world's oceans, inspiring people to become advocates and champions for marine conservation throughout the year.

Get involved in our amazing activities below!

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World Oceans Day Talks

Come along to our World Oceans Day Talks happening on the 8 June at the Shellharbour Civic Centre!
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Ozfish Fish Talks Travelling Tour at Wollongong

Register for the Ozfish Fish Talks Travelling Tour happening on the Tuesday 6 June!
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Virtual Event: United Nations World Oceans Day 2023 Live Broadcast

Register to tune-in to watch the Virtual Broadcast of the United Nations World Oceans Day happening on Friday 9 June (AEST)!
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Nature Talks in the Library: Sea Urchin Predators and Populations

Come along to our Nature Talks in the Library this month's topic is Sea Urchin Predators & Populations happening on Thursday 15 June!
Last updated : Thu 1 Jun 2023