Join marine biologist and educator Will Jones, to learn how to safely explore the rock pools and discover amazing creatures the tide leaves behind.

This practical session will include:

  • What is an intertidal zone and who lives there?
  • Identifying common animals and plants you will find on the rock platforms of Sydney such as, sea snails and sea urchins
  • The changing habitat of the rockpools and food webs
  • What is an intertidal protection zone and where are they in our area
  • How to plan a safe rockpool tour or how to book one

Suitable for educators of all age students to gain a deeper understanding of this environment.

We will be walking on the rocks at North Bondi – please wear enclosed shoes (e.g. old runners that can get wet – NO thongs), rain jacket and / or, sunscreen and hat.

Meeting place – Picnic shelter at Biddigal Reserve.

We have various wet weather contingencies depending on the severity of the weather. More information will be provided near the time.

Date and time

North Bondi Beach, Campbell Pde

Campbell Parade Bondi Beach, NSW 2026

To Book A free

Claim teacher professional learning accreditation for attending meetings. Teachers can register their participation through their NESA / Teacher Accreditation / ETAMS account under Elective Professional Development. The Course addresses the following Standards – “Standard 6 Engage in Professional Learning” – 6.2.2, 6.3.2 and 6.4.2

For more information:

  • Randwick: Julian Lee 9093 6224 |
  • Woollahra: Michelle Rose 9391 7095 |
  • Waverley: Vicky Bachelard 9083 8049 |