Jul 27 2020
Biodiversity of the Kimberley
Presenter Kathryn Dyball
Discover the amazing diversity of marine life we have in Broome! Learn how seagrass and phytoplankton are the vital base that supports an intricate food web of fish, crocodiles,
sharks, turtles, snakes, whales and more! Kathryn Dyball completed a Bachelor of Science majoring in Marine Science and a minor in Ecosystem Management at Murdoch University. Since then, her work has taken her to Ecuador, South Africa, Rottnest Island and Shark Bay but her greatest interest is in the magnificent corals of the Rowley Shoals in Broome. Being one of the last pristine reefs in the world, she was drawn to its beauty and found herself eager to learn more about the corals that support the ecosystem.
All participants have the chance to win a whale watching voucher for 2 people with Absolute Ocean Charters valued at $238!
Where Main Hall, Notre Dame University
88 Guy St, Broome
When Monday 3rd August, 6-7.30 pm
Free Gold coin donations welcome
Roebuck Bay Working Group is comprised of Traditional Owners and government, local community, conservation groups and business. We work collaboratively to solve issues, raise awareness and encourage research and monitoring which supports responsible management and protection of Roebuck Bay.