Welcome to SeeREEF  

Experience more joy on the tropical reefs with our enthralling SeeREEF ecology exploration. We will introduce you to a broad range of fascinating reef creatures as you immerse yourself in the diversity, complexity and fragility of the tiny, the weird and the wonderful reef dwellers -hosted at "SeeREEF House" 47 Collick Street Hilton 6163. 

If you are a diver, snorkeler, conservationist or nature lover and are curious to know more about the creatures you see on the tropical reefs of Ningaloo, the Great Barrier Reef and the Indo-Pacific region - then this presentation is perfect for you!

 

SeeREEF will amaze and excite you as you learn to recognise and understand so much more about the extraordinary tropical reef creatures - each with their own intriguing behaviours and life stories

Learn what a tunicate, sponge, and coral actually are. They are much more complex than you might realise.  SeeREEF will help you identify the common, the rare and those creatures you might see only once in a lifetime. You will also learn how to keep safe in the water and  discover the one thing you can do to help stop coral bleaching and to save our beautiful reefs from dying!

Your new SeeREEF eyes will mean all your future under water experiences are enriched and enhanced 10 fold, because  "The more you know the more you see!"

 

We have 15 tickets on sale per showing so book soon.

NB: The presentation runs for 2 hours plus we have a break in the middle - so set aside 2.5  hours for the entire presentation.    Come and join us!  

In the end we will conserve only what we love. We will love only what we understand. We will understand only what we know.”   Baba Dioum 

Decorator crab

Decorator crab

These ingenious crabs attach parts of the reef - such as coral or anemones - to their shell for protection. Photo © David Hall / seaphotos.com

Tube or cup coral

Tube or cup coral

Learn to identify soft and hard corals. It is great to start to notice the detail! Photo © David Hall / seaphotos.com

Harlequin Shrimp

Harlequin Shrimp

These little crustaceans have a particular fetish for sea star legs! Photo © David Hall / seaphotos.com

Tube Anemone

Tube Anemone

Not so common but a treat to see - the tube anemone creates a home for itself in the sand. Learn more with SeeREEF. Photo courtesy Victoria Kleyer.

Fairy Crab

Fairy Crab

You might need a guide to help you find these little crabs - and knowing where they live will give you a great head start. Photo ©David Hall / seaphotos.com

Reef Scene

Reef Scene

Photo ©David Hall / seaphotos.com

Peacock Mantis shrimp

Peacock Mantis shrimp

This colourful shrimp breaks one world record and is of great interest to medical science. Photo © David Hall / seaphotos.com

Thorny seahorse

Thorny seahorse

Looking like a cross between a horse, a monkey (tail), a reptile (scales) and a fish - these creatures have some curious parenting habits and have hundreds of relatives too! Come learn more with us. Photo © David Hall / seaphotos.com

Crinoids or feather stars

Crinoids or feather stars

Plant or animal? Photo courtesy Victoria Kleyer

Soft coral with brittle star

Soft coral with brittle star

Have your keen SeeREEF eyes opened to the smaller jewels of the underwater marine life. Photo © David Hall / seaphotos.com

Hard coral polyps

Hard coral polyps

These tiny little animals are responsible for the reefs of the world, and are at risk due to ocean acidification. Find out why with us. Photo © David Hall / seaphotos.com

Nudibranch

Nudibranch

Nudibranches are many people favourite, and at only a few centimetres long, it require really good SeeREEF eyes to find them. Image courtesy Viktoria Kleyer.

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