Tumby Bay Foreshore Snorkel
Your chance to see the leafy seadragon
April 23 | Tumby Bay | 10am, 12pm & 2:00pmPlease arrive 30 minutes before your snorkel tour.
Location to meet: Tumby Terrace - grassed area next to the public toilets (look for the EMS trailer and marquee).
Details of Snorkel: Sunken remains of the old jetty, macroalgae, reef fish, leafy seadragons, seagrass, fish, invertebrates, rays, pipefish (if we can see them).
Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries Inc., National Parks and Wildlife Service and Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board is excited to give the Eyre Peninsula Community a chance to learn about our amazing coastal and marine environment.
Proudly supported by National Parks and Wildlife Service and Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board.
Join local marine biologist and Marine Parks manager Dr Shelley Paull, and accredited guides for a guided snorkel at Tumby Bay within Sir Joseph Banks Group Marine Park. The jetty is home to an amazing variety of colourful plant, invertebrate and fish life.
The ticket price includes guide, wetsuits and snorkel gear for adults and children.