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SAVING THE OCEAN WITH SCIENCE

HIGH TIDE ROOM BONDI PAVILION

MARCH 16 - 19

FREE

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SEA SCIENCE

Sea Science Showcase

The SEA SCIENCE SHOWCASE will bring you awesome interactive experiences, captivating talks, and some of the latest innovation and technology saving our seas.

DIVE IN and be inspired by world-leading innovations and incredible research solutions showcased by leading Australian marine scientists and universities such as the University of NSW, the University of Sydney, and the University of Technology Sydney. 
Discover forward thinking projects such as
Algae growing, working to produce food and fibres,
Operation Crayweed, helping restore Sydney's coastal habitat,
And the Living Seawalls, a global Earthshot Prize Finalist. For more information on the Living Seawalls click HERE!
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FUTURE SCIENCE STUDENT EXPO 
BONDI PAVILION

MARCH 16

On March 16th, we will be hosting a Future Science Student Expo for secondary school students to explore undergraduate degree options in the ocean science field.
Future Science Student Expo
OCEAN LAB WORKSHOPS  
BONDI PAVILION

MARCH 18-19

On the weekend of the festival, FREE ocean lab workshops will be available on site for young ocean lovers. 
 SCIENCE IN YOUR SWIMMERS 
BONDI PAVILION

MARCH 18-19

  Our conversation corner offers you free inspirational talks from scientists and innovators, focused on ideas to better protect our oceans. Festival-goers can literally turn-up in their swimmers to hear from experts, uncover innovative technology and learn sustainable solutions. 
Science in your Swimmers

CHECK OUT OUR 'SCIENCE IN YOUR SWIMMERS' TALKS 
WITH MC ROBIN MELLON

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Big Friendly Giants of the Sea

Discover what a Snot Bot collector is with whale expert Dr Vanessa Pirotta and researcher Dr Olaf Meynecke.
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Seafood: How sustainable is sustainable? 

How science is helping us navigate the complexities of sustainable food. 
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Surviving the Beach 

How innovative science is helping to make our beaches safer.
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The 30 by 30 

How marine protected areas and sanctuary zones help everyone. The 30 by 30 target discussed. 
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Ancient Wisdom meets Modern Science 
Traditional and contemporary Indigenous ocean governance working with science to benefit the ocean.
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Sharks - Good, Bad or Ugly?

Learn more about these much-maligned but essential ocean residents and the work being done to protect them.
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Descending into the Big Blue 

How freediving has advanced in 25 years since the iconic film 'The Big Blue' was released.
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Surfing Towards a Sustainable Future

Discover the key players defining the world of sustainable surfing.
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Restoring Sydney's Coastlines

Innovative habitat restoration programs that are future-proofing Sydney's coastlines.
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Planet Ocean vs Climate Change

A healthy planet depends on a healthy ocean - how climate change is getting in the way. 
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