Saturday Jan 19 9:00 am
Duration: 2 hours
This facility at Charles Darwin University’s Casuarina Campus provides vocational training in tropical aquaculture. Species grown on site include Barramundi, Barcoo Grunter, Redclaw Crayfish and a variety of other species. The facility also assists in the rehabilitation of sick and injured sea turtles. During a tour of the facility you may see giant clams, reef fish and corals, aquaponics, hand fed large Barramundi and currently a few Hawksbills and Green seaturtles are being housed.
Daniel Costa is an aquaculture technician at the facility and has a passion for reptiles and “all things native”.
Please note there is a limit on participant numbers and preference will be given to financial club members. Book early to guarantee your place and to receive a map of the meeting place: firstname.lastname@example.org
What to bring: Hat, water, enclosed footwear suitable for wet floors and camera.
Endurance scale: 1 (out of 10). Very easy.
Long: 130.868759 Lat: -12.372201