There’s a chance to explore the rich waters of the Goat Island Marine Reserve when a guided snorkel day is held there on Saturday, March 28.
Participants can expect to see a range of marine life, including giant snapper, silver drummer and crayfish during the day, which is organised by Experiencing Marine Reserves (EMR) and celebrates Seaweek.
The snorkel day is recommended for the whole family, though children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult beach observer and the minimum age is five.
The fun starts at 10am and finishes at 3pm, with latest registrations by 2.30pm. Participants can bring their own gear or borrow EMR’s masks, snorkels, fins and wetsuits. They should meet at the grassy area on the way up to the Goat Island Marine Reserve.