WELLINGTON

We’ll be adding details of new events as we receive them. We are looking for a new regional coordinator but if you’d like to organise an event please contact us seaweek@merc.org.nz

More March events to be announced!

There will be a Science talk about the impacts of climate change on New Zealand’s kelp forest ecosystems  contact: Lillian Pak lillian.pak@huttcity.govt.nz  more details coming soon!

Taputeranga Community Snorkels.
23rd & 30th January 2021

Mountains To Sea Wellington, with the support of Greater Wellington Regional Council and Friends of Taputeranga Marine Reserve Trust, would like to invite you to come jump in the water with us for our annual Taputeranga Community Snorkels. No need to book, just turn up with your togs and towel, and one of our wonderful volunteers will suit you up and guide your through the closest marine reserve to a capital city in the world! For more information, visit the Facebook events for the 23rd January Snorkel Day or the 30th January Snorkel Day.


Kāpiti Community Snorkel Day
20th February 2021

Come explore one of the oldest marine reserves in New Zealand. With over 25 years of protection, Kāpiti Marine Reserve is teeming with life. But the adventure is not completed once you have snorkelled. There are still beautiful walks and amazing biodiversity on the island waiting for you to discover it. For more information, visit the Facebook Event or book your ticket at EventBrite.

 

Whitireia Community Snorkels.
13th & 27th February 2021

Mountains To Sea Wellington, with the support of Greater Wellington Regional Council, would like to invite you to join us at our annual Whitireia Community Snorkel Days. Come explore the wonders of Porirua Harbour and its seagrass meadows. Spoiler alert: every year we bump into one of the largest seahorse species in the world! No need to book, just turn up with your togs and towel, and one of our wonderful volunteers will suit you up and help you find incredible marine biodiversity! For more information, visit the Facebook events for the 13th February Snorkel Day and the 27th February Snorkel Day.

Check out:  https://mountainstoseawellington.org/events/ in the meantime!

 

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