Discover SA's underwater world

Discover SA’s underwater world

Half-price snorkelling sounds like the per­fect way to get under­wa­ter to cel­e­brate World Oceans Day.

World Oceans Day is cel­e­brat­ed to raise aware­ness about the major role that the ocean plays in our every­day lives and the impor­tance of chil­dren con­nect­ing with the seas.

Chil­dren are our future sci­en­tists, teach­ers, lawyers, nat­ur­al resource man­agers, fish­ers and seafood con­sumers. By con­nect­ing our next gen­er­a­tion with the ocean there is a bet­ter chance that they will become advo­cates for sus­tain­able seas in the future.

So why not help your child con­nect with the ocean?

Con­sid­er some­thing sim­ple like explor­ing rock pools or going snorkelling. Between 30 June and 3 July, chil­dren as young as eight can expe­ri­ence for them­selves the unique won­der of snorkelling with Giant Aus­tralian Cut­tle­fish near Whyal­la, with a tour run by not-for-prof­it organ­i­sa­tion Expe­ri­enc­ing Marine Sanc­tu­ar­ies.

Be quick to book your tick­et, which includes a snorkel, mask and fins, a warm semi-dry expo­sure suit, hood, gloves and boots. Snag your­self a half-price tick­et with pro­mo­tion­al code half­price’.

Hear from South­ern and East­ern Eyre Penin­su­la Marine Parks Region­al Coor­di­na­tor Shel­ley Har­ri­son on why it’s impor­tant for chil­dren to feel a con­nec­tion with the ocean.

Marine Parks 

This con­tent was pro­duced in part­ner­ship with  Good Living