Join Sea Experience on Saturday May 18th for an awesome day of diving and conservation. Following the afternoon "Dive Against Debris" and Lionfish Derby, we will have a contest for great prizes in categories such as "The Largest Object removed", "The Most Lionfish Collected" and many other fun categories! There will be food and drinks available and the PADI
On September 15, Reef Check Australia is holding an underwater photo shootout and fundraising event. We’re headed out to Flinders Reef in beautiful Moreton Bay with Natutilus Scuba Centre for 2 dives, as part of the Underwater Festival. If you know anyone in the SEQ area who might be keen to join, then please feel free to share!
In 2009, World Ocean Day (8th June) was declared official by the United Nations; it was, however, originally proposed at the Rio Earth Summit in 1992. Given that this is also the year in which Centro Sub Campi Flegrei was founded, we will be having an extremely eventful programme throughout the year; the weekend of 9th & 10th June 2012 will be dedicated to environmental activities to mark both World Ocean Day and World Environment Day (5th June).
Calling all event leaders! Are you organizing a Dive Against Debris activity with your divers? Before you take the plunge with dive volunteers, be sure they sign and complete a customized liability release form.
Personalize the AWARE Dive Against Debris poster by adding your local event details. Display posters in your dive center or local community to recruit volunteers and show your support for a clean ocean.
Customizing the poster is easy, just follow these steps:
1. Click to download the poster.
2. Add your event details; Dive Center/Organizer Name Date; Location; Contact
3. Print poster copies (up to 11” x 17” or A3 size paper)
Want to organize a Dive Against Debris volunteer group or event to protect your local dive sites against marine debris? This event tool kit is chock full of tips and suggestions for how to begin. This step-by -step guide also helps you prepare, conduct and report data from local dives that are both safe and fun.