TUE 5 JAN 2021
8.30 am - 10.30 am
Location : Meet outside Coogee Surf Life Saving Club
Address: Cnr Carr & Beach St, Coogee
This is a rare opportunity to join Australia’s leading coastal scientist, Professor Bruce Thom as he uncovers the secrets of Sydney’s coast.
**Cost: $5 PER PERSON
Email: [email protected]
More Contact InformationHelen Morrison, Sustainability Projects Officer on 9093 6223
IMPORTANT UPDATE: The January Marine and Coastal activities are currently scheduled to go ahead, however should advice from NSW Health mean cancellations are needed, we will endeavour to communicate with you as quickly as possible. If cancellations occur due to NSW Public Health orders, all activities will be refunded. Special conditions for COVID-19
This is a rare opportunity to join Australia’s leading coastal scientist, Professor Bruce Thom as he uncovers the secrets of Sydney’s coast as you stroll along the coastal walkway between Coogee Beach and Lurline Bay.
The tour starts at Coogee Surf Lifesaving Club and will take you along the popular eastern beaches Coastal Walkway to Ivor Rowe Rockpool. Be prepared to go off-track while learning about the geological wonders of the area and finding out about the relationship between Sydney’s beaches and Hawkesbury Sandstone and learning some fascinating social and environmental history on the way.
Meet outside Coogee Surf Life Saving Club at the south end of Coogee Beach. Wear covered walking shoes, bring a hat, water to drink and sunscreen. Expect to climb up and down stairs and walk on uneven and sometimes slippery surfaces on this 1.5km walk. Maximum 20 people.
CONDITIONS OF BOOKING
Minimum age 8 years
Children under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian
Parents or adult guardians accompanying children need to pay.
NSW COVID-19 public health orders will apply to this activity including, social distancing orders and hand hygiene practices. Please assist in keeping all participants safe during the event, by observing instructions provided by Council staff or signage. You can view updated health-related advice and conditions on the Randwick Council website.
Do not attend this activity if they have any of the following:
Close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case in the past 14 days
Travelled to Australia from overseas or have been in close contact with someone who has arrived in Australia in the past 14 days
COVID-19 symptoms: fever or acute respiratory infection (e.g. shortness of breath or cough) with or without fever.
This activity may be cancelled due to insufficient bookings, NSW COVID-19 health orders or poor weather. Participants will be advised in the event the activity changes or cancellation occurs. All care has been made in the preparation of the 2021 Marine and Coastal Discovery Program but some changes may occur due to circumstances beyond the control of Randwick City Council. Refunds will be provided for paid activities in the event of cancellation by Council.
This activity is part of Randwick Council's Marine and Coastal Discovery Program, a Sustaining Our City initiative and is funded from the Environmental Levy.
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