Community monitoring of the intertidal rock platform at Eagle Rock Marine Sanctuary.

Join us for our tri-yearly monitoring of the Eagle Rock platform.

The Sea Search program is a great way to learn and explore the marine environment while collecting important information on its health and condition. The information collected by Sea Searchers aids the management of marine parks.

This particular Sea Search will be just on the intertidal platform (some can be under the water, but not today).

Forget the tropics, over 85% of the animals and plants found in Victoria are found only on the Southern Australian coastline. Join us and  discover a world like no other.

All ages and abilities most welcome. No prior experience or knowledge of marine life is necessary – we will provide you with identification sheets and lots of ‘fishy people’ on hand to help you!

Meeting details

Park: Eagle Rock Marine Sanctuary

Meeting point: Step Beach Car Park, Eagle Rock Parade, Aireys Inlet

Meeting time: 9am

Duration: 2 hours

RSVP Email: info@ferms.org.au

What to bring

• Hat

• Warm clothing and sturdy footwear (no thongs or gumboots please). Old runners are good!

• Drink bottle

• Sunscreen

And a great attitude

Onsite contact

Peter Hay –  Parks Victoria Ranger. Phone: 0429057220

Nicole Maher – FERMS. Phone 0419110097