Put on a mask, snorkel and fins and venture into the remarkable world that lies beneath the water's surface. Many areas within the park and
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Put on a mask, snorkel and fins and venture into the remarkable world that lies beneath the water's surface.
Many areas within the park and the nearby Bunurong Marine National Park are suitable for snorkelling, including Flat Rocks with its profusion of large rock pools and The Caves which has a large pool opening out to the sea that is accessible at low tide.
Qualified SCUBA divers can readily enter the sea from numerous coves or by walking to the edge of the rock platform. Popular areas for diving include Eagles Nest, Shack Bay, Cape Paterson and Flat Rocks.
07 Nov 2013
Lara Primary School and Serendip Sanctuary have had a very successful year so far, and they’re hoping it’s going to continue. So far this year they have won two NAB Schools First Impact Grants; $30,000 in September and a further $30,000 in the Living Sustainably category. On November 28th they…