Marine & Catchment Discovery Series

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Photo by Scott McAdam. 

We're pleased to partner with NSW Government agencies to bring you the Marine and Catchment Discovery Series, free and informative events designed to give you an insight into our unique waterways, the animals that live there and great tips on what you can do to protect these beautiful natural resources. 

The program brings together some of the leading names in marine and catchment research and conservation to share their findings and raise awareness of our amazing environments.

And now you can watch the most recent series as webinars, right here, anytime you like - click on the tab below.

You can also keep up to date on the latest events in the MidCoast area - subscribe to our Marine Discovery mailing list.

Watch now: recent Marine and Catchment Discovery series

Take a look at ‘Underwater Forests’, the work of Associate Professor Adriana Vergés on NSW-based projects that combine science and community engagement to restore key seaweed and seagrass species.

Milly Formby from Bird Life Australia took us into the lives of our amazing shorebirds and their long journeys from around the world to nest on our MidCoast beaches.

Andrew Steed from the Ecosystem and Threatened Species unit of the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and the Environment provides an update on on our very own unique and threatened species, the Manning River Turtle.

Keep up to date on the latest events in the MidCoast area - subscribe to our Marine Discovery mailing list.