Stony Point, South Australia
As seen on David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II, Totally Wild & SA Weekender.
Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries
is a program designed for children, parents, grandparents and community members that are interested in experiencing and learning about South Australia’s unique marine life.
We aim to:
appreciation and conservation of the marine environment.
the establishment, effective monitoring and management of marine sanctuaries.
people to become citizen scientists and actively participate in marine conservation.
and engage through experience in the marine environment
the value of marine sanctuaries
Guided Community Snorkeling Tours
EMS will be running a series of guided community snorkel adventures throughout the summer. Join us to snorkel in small groups guided by qualified snorkel guides and/or dive professionals. Marine biologists will be on hand to identify any marine life encountered.
Community Snorkel Tour
Join professional snorkel leaders and marine biologists for a guided snorkel in Encounter Marine Park at Rapid Bay Jetty. The jetty and seagrass beds are
Join professional snorkel leaders and marine biologists for a guided snorkel within Encounter Marine Park at Second Valley reef. The reef and jetty is home
Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries’ (EMS) is an incorporated, not-for-profit, non-government organisation. The program is based on (with permission) the highly successful New Zealand program ‘Experiencing Marine Reserves’.
EXPERIENCE OUR MARINE PARKS
We offer a variety of safe and supervised snorkeling adventures in South Australia’s Marine Parks, including Noarlunga Reef, Aldinga Reef, Port Willunga, and Second Valley.