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Join us for a special QUT Grand Challenge Lecture hosted by the ABC’s Robyn Williams featuring a panel of the brightest research and industry minds who will discuss the key challenges facing the Great Barrier Reef and how they are helping to preserve this natural wonder for future generations.

August 10 2018 - August 12 2018

Lit Up!

Daylesford Town Hall, Daylesford, VIC

A spectacle reminiscent of the legendary White Night in Melbourne and Ballarat but here in Daylesford! This project is being developed by Daylesford SC Year 8 students with the guidance and direction of Andrew Howie a leading maker of 3D video content for music events & architectural facades.

Departs from Wiiliam Gunn Jetty, Manly, QLD
Inspiring Champions for Moreton Bay

This community cruise on Moreton Bay is an opportunity to contribute to Citizen Science activities while engaging with organisations providing opportunities to be involved in ongoing environmental monitoring in Moreton Bay.

Museum of Tropical Queensland, Townsville City, QLD
Celebrate Our Science With Us

Celebrate the opening day of National Science Week at the Museum of Tropical Queensland with activities, talks from our scientists and exclusive back of house tours to one of the largest coral research storerooms in the world!

Patterson Lakes Primary School, Patterson Lakes, VIC
Patterson Lakes Primary STEAM Night

Science transforms into STEAM! 2018 is our first annual STEAM night at Patterson Lakes Primary. We will incorporate Science, Technology and Visual Arts to make it a STEAM experience. All our stalls will be hands-on and informative. There will a sea life display, giant chess, robotics and more!

Qantas Founders Outback Museum, Longreach, QLD
Virtual Reality Reefs – Community Event: Longreach

Immerse yourself in the world of coral reefs with Virtual Reality, participate in a quiz and meet the CoralWatch team. Learn about reefs and how actions to save the reef can help any environment or get familiarized with CoralWatch STEM resources.

August 13 2018 - September 7 2018

Art Meets Science Exhibition: The Wrong Kind of Beauty

Eco-Science Precinct, Dutton Park, QLD
Art Meets Science Exhibition: The Wrong Kind of Beauty

The Wrong Kind of Beauty is the Bloom Collective’s embodied, experiential response to the fragility of the landscape produced by the gullying process. The harrowing and ongoing drama of the landscape simultaneously reveals moments of delicate sculptural beauty, explored here through poetry, movement

Longreach Community Library, Longreach, QLD
Immerse Yourself in the World of Reefs – Longreach

Ever wondered how old the Great Barrier Reefs is, what coral shapes and colours exist, how humans affect the reef, and what actions you can take from home to save reefs or any environment? This interactive CoralWatch display with Virtual Reality may have all the answers to your questions.

August 14 2018 - September 4 2018

Coral Reefs – Past, Present & Future: Longreach

Longreach Community Library, Longreach, QLD
Coral Reefs – Past, Present & Future: Longreach

Ever wondered how old coral reefs are, what coral shapes and colours exist, how anthropogenic pressures affect corals, and what actions you can take from home to save reefs or any environment? This interactive CoralWatch display may have all the answers to your questions.

University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Great Hall, Ultimo, NSW

In this International Year of the Reef, join Marine Ecologist, Professor David Booth, and Marine Bio-Geochemist, Dr Emma Camp for UTS Science in Focus: Will coral reefs survive climate change? Talks followed by audience Q and A.

August 16 2018

St Mary’s STEM Day

St Mary's Primary School, Scone, NSW

Primary school students engage in a variety of challenges exploring science, STEM design and robotics.

August 16 2018 - September 6 2018

Coral Reefs – Past, Present & Future: Mt Isa

Mt Isa City Library, Mount Isa, QLD
Coral Reefs – Past, Present & Future: Mt Isa

Ever wondered how old coral reefs are, what coral shapes and colours exist, how anthropogenic pressures affect corals, and what actions you can take from home to save reefs or any environment? This interactive CoralWatch display may have all the answers to your questions.

Mount Isa Civic Centre, Mount Isa, QLD
Chasing Coral Documentary: Experience the astonishing underwater world – Mt Isa

Ever wondered what is happening on the Great Barrier Reef? This multiple award winning Netflix documentary shows what is hidden below the waves and is a campaign to inspire action in unexpected places. Afterwards, meet CoralWatch at the Q&A session and display. Suitable age 8+

Mt Isa City Library, Mount Isa, QLD
Immerse yourself in the world of reefs – Mt Isa

Ever wondered how old the Great Barrier Reefs is, what coral shapes and colours exist, how humans affect the reef, and what actions you can take from home to save reefs or any environment? This interactive CoralWatch display with Virtual Reality may have all the answers to your questions.

August 17 2018

Coastal Museum In A Box

Trinity Beach Community Hall, Trinity Beach, QLD
Coastal Museum In A Box

Learning for coastal environmental biodiversity in the rainforest, at beach and on reef. Exhibition exhibits from stages of evolution, touch items, posters, drawing, drama and story time.

Watsacowie Brewery, Minlaton, SA
Marine Science in the Brewery – Beers and Oyster Reefs

Marine Science in the Brewery - Beers and Oyster Reefs is 4.30pm, Friday 17 August at the Watsacowie Brewing Company, Minlaton. Enjoy an oyster tasting whilst learning about the Windara Reef, oyster aquaculture and cultural sea country. Free for all ages. Numbers capped. RSVP by 15 August 2018.

Bob McDonald Library, Cloncurry, QLD
Immerse yourself in the world of reefs – Cloncurry

Ever wondered how old the Great Barrier Reefs is, what coral shapes and colours exist, how humans affect the reef, and what actions you can take from home to save reefs or any environment? This interactive CoralWatch display with Virtual Reality may have all the answers to your questions.

August 18 2018 - September 8 2018

Coral Reefs – Past, Present & Future: Cloncurry

Bob McDonald Library, Cloncurry, QLD
Coral Reefs – Past, Present & Future: Cloncurry

Ever wondered how old coral reefs are, what coral shapes and colours exist, how anthropogenic pressures affect corals, and what actions you can take from home to save reefs or any environment? This interactive CoralWatch display may have all the answers to your questions.

Art Gallery of Ballarat, Ballarat Central, VIC
Café Scientifique: Pets, Pots, Pints and Parasites

Join us for an entertaining evening of discussion and debate as Federation University researchers delve into the science of all things parasitic and beer brewers talk science and art of brewing! Please book online for this free event.

Waltzing Mathilda Centre (outside), Winton, QLD
Virtual Reality Reefs – Community Event: Winton

Many million years ago the QLD outback was covered by ocean and many marine fossils have been found. At present, Australia’s Jewel the Great Barrier Reef is under pressure. Visit our interactive display with quizzes, Virtual Reality headsets and real corals and learn more about how you can help!

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