Full details about Seaweek 2021 events happening in Manawatu / Whanganui will be posted here as we receive them. If you are interested in organising an event, please contact Angelina McBrydie. Ang is the Regional Coordinator for Manawatu / Whanganui so if you’d like to get involved, have any queries contact her at: email@example.com
Wonders of the Sea – Documentary screening 12 March
Where: Confluence Cinema, 15 Watt Street, Whanganui
Event Date: 12 March 2021 at 6.30
In Wonders of the Sea, the Cousteau family returns to the big screen for a three-dimensional dive that goes deep to reveal the ocean’s mind-bending beauty in minute detail. A combination of state-of-the-art cinematography and old-fashioned documentary storytelling – a gorgeous film. Narrated by Arnold Schwarznegger.
Cost $10 All proceeds will be donated to Castlecliff Coastcare
Help DOC clean up South Beach as a part of Seaweek
Where: South Beach, Whanganui 14 March 2021
Details: The Department of Conservation is running a beach clean up at South Beach, Whanganui, on Sunday 14th March. We would love for members of the public to volunteer to help us clear the beach of pieces of rubbish and debris. We will bring our 4 wheel drive and trailer, disposable gloves and hand sanitiser.
Volunteers will require their sunhats/sunblock, plenty of water, and suitable footwear.
Meet at South Beach car park (adjacent to the Whanganui Airport) at 10am.
About South Beach: South Beach is a 20km stretch of sand, excellent for a day’s picnic, surﬁng or ﬁshing. A wild and untamed beach, there is a car parking area and a short walk to the beach, but for full beach access a 4X4 is advised. Take care at all times and watch the tides as South Beach is great fun but an unpatrolled area.
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