PathMinder Pty Ltd have partnered with AllUser Industries srl to bring Europe’s most advanced high security portals to the Australian and New Zealand markets. AllUser Industries started to…read more
SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast collaborates on community beach clean-ups
SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast Aquarium and the SEA LIFE Trust in collaboration with Swim Fit and Zenko Yoga are organising two community clean-ups on the Sunshine Coast this winter.
The SEA LIFE Trust is a global marine conservation charity and clean-ups will be taking place in conjunction with SEA LIFE Aquariums around the world throughout July.
Sunshine Coast locals are encouraged to lend a hand to help make a positive impact on the environment by removing waste that can be harmful to marine life.
“We are excited to bring the local community together to help enact positive change by limiting the amount of harmful litter that ends up in the ocean. We are uniting with Swim Fit, Zenko Yoga, and the wider community to help make a real difference this winter,” said Chloe Zatta, SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast Aquarist and SEA LIFE Trust Representative.
On Sunday 20th June, SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast is joining forces with Swim Fit to help make Cotton Tree cleaner and greener. Volunteers are asked to meet beside the Cotton Tree Aquatic Centre from 7am to clear litter from Cotton Tree Beach and learn all about marine conservation from the SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast team.
On Sunday 11th July, SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast will host a Mooloolaba Beach clean as part of the SEA LIFE Trust Global Beach Clean. Volunteers are asked to meet at SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast at 7am and participants are invited to take part in a free beach yoga session with Zenko Yoga.
Participants at both clean up events are asked to BYO gloves.
Not only is the litter washing up on local shores an unpleasant sight; it also harms and kills marine wildlife. According to Ocean Crusaders, it is believed there are 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic debris in our oceans causing over 100,000 marine mammals to die globally each year. Turtles, whales, dolphins, sea lions and sea birds are particularly susceptible to plastic pollution.
EVENT DETAILS: SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast and Swim Fit Beach Clean
When: Sunday 20th June 2021
Where: Meet at the Cotton Tree Aquatic Centre before heading to Cotton Tree Beach
More information: Register on arrival and BYO gloves.
EVENT DETAILS: SEA LIFE Trust Global Beach Clean
When: Sunday 11th July 2021
Where: Meet out the front of SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast before heading to Mooloolaba Beach
Hours: 7:00-7:45am free beach yoga session with Zenko Yoga, 8:00-10:00am beach clean
Register on arrival & BYO gloves.
For more information go to visitsealife.com/sunshine-coast/
Image: Past SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast clean up
22nd March 2021 - SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast celebrates International Day of the Seal
4th February 2021 - SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast updates its Tidal Touchpool attraction
31st January 2021 - Sunshine Coast MP promotes SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast tourism attraction
24th November 2020 - Shark Dive Xtreme relaunches at SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast
8th November 2019 - SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast welcomes its first penguins
4th October 2019 - SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast prepares to welcome little penguins
11th February 2021 - SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium’s male-male penguin couple go to Mardi Gras 2021
20th January 2021 - Immersive Octopod attraction opened at SEA LIFE Shanghai
13th January 2021 - Over 100 endangered White’s Seahorses born at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium
13th November 2020 - SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium celebrates recycling week with Seabin commitment
22nd October 2020 - SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium appoints Laura Simmons as first female Displays Curator
21st October 2020 - SEA LIFE Kelly Tarlton’s supports Recycling Week
Asking a small favour
We hope that you value the news that we publish so while you're here can we ask for your support?
The news we publish at www.ausleisure.com.au is independent, credible (we hope) and free for you to access, with no pay walls and no annoying pop-up ads.
However, as an independent publisher, can we ask for you to support us by subscribing to the printed Australasian Leisure Management magazine - if you don't already do so.
Published bi-monthly since 1997, the printed Australasian Leisure Management differs from this website in that it publishes longer, in-depth and analytical features covering aquatics, attractions, entertainment, events, fitness, parks, recreation, sport, tourism and venues management.
Subscriptions cost just $90 a year.
Click here to subscribe.
The Complete Guide to Leisure Industry Products & Services.
Smart Connection Consultancy is a boutique sport and recreation consultancy who has become one of Australia’s leading advocates for the use of synthetic sports surfaces as a vehicle to grow…read more
Perfect Gym Solutions is a software as a service (SaaS) solution purpose-built to service the fitness industry, with over 1000 clients servicing over 2 million gym members across 40 countries making…read more
Vticket Pty Ltd is the Australian and New Zealand distributor for Gateway Ticketing Systems Inc., the world leader in high-speed access control, admission control and ticketing software for the…read more
Goplay designs and manufactures specialised playground equipment for indoor play centres, hotels, food chains, clubs and resorts. If our years of experience and dedication have taught us one thing,…read more
Fun Wheels Pty Ltd are the premium dealer in Australasia for the Dutch company BERG’s commercial and domestic products. Our flagship product is their revolutionary pedal go-kart – the…read more
BODY BIKE® International is a leading manufacturer of indoor bikes with a 20-year track record of creating the best indoor bikes. Stay connected with Body Bike Australia…read more
get listed with our suppliers directory
Get your business noticed in our targeted directory. Viewed by 10,000 industry professionals per week!