Posted on 02/06/2014 by Phillip Island Nature Parks

Celebrate World Oceans Day and our local marine environment with the great kid’s activities at Phillip Island Nature Parks over Queen’s Birthday long weekend, June 7 to 9. 

Join education rangers and discover more about little penguins, Australian fur seals and our local rockpools. Or take a ranger guided tour along the Nobbies boardwalks, learn about penguin research techniques or find out what lurks beneath the waves and some of the major environmental issues affecting oceans. Activities suitable for kinder to primary children. Bookings essential.

Dates: June 7 to 9
Location: Phillip Island Nature Parks’ venues
Time: daily, various times
Cost: From $6 per child, $8 per adult (some activities free) and $25 for a family (2A+2C) 

Bookings essential – phone 5951 2826. 

pdf1List of kid's activities and descriptions

About World Oceans Day
The United Nations officially recognised June 8th as World Oceans Day in 2008. On World Oceans Day people around our blue planet celebrate and honour the ocean, which links us all.