Become a Coastal Ambassador

South Australia has stunning coastlines with unique and amazing animals and plant life which live in the ocean and on our beaches. Become a Coastal Ambassador and help to conserve the coast. 

What is a Coastal Ambassador?

A Coastal Ambassador is someone who has an interest in coast and marine conservation and wants to learn as much as they can about these environments. They are community champions who willingly share knowledge within their community and actively participate in helping to protect and conserve the coast. Is this you? 

About the program

The Coastal Ambassadors Training and Mentoring Program consists of a series of expert talks, workshops and field trips to support, educate and inspire individuals about coast and marine environments and what can be done to help conserve them. 

The program is open to anyone living in the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges region and is free for participants. 

It includes interactive field trips such as supervised snorkelling and kayaking excursions which allows you to gain knowledge by enjoying these spectacular marine environments. 
All activities are held in the evenings or on weekends. This highly sought after program accepts 20 placements each year.  

2017 program

Expressions of interest for the 2017 program are now closed.

The course comprises 7 sessions and 3 field trips starting on 31 January 2017 and ending April 18 2017.

Topics include but are not limited to:

2018 program

Expression of interest for the 2018 program will open in October 2017.

If you would like more information please contact Kristy Watson, Seascapes Liaison Officer
Email: kristy.watson@sa.gov.au
Post: 205 Greenhill Rd, Eastwood SA 5063
Phone: 8273 9116

This program is funded by the NRM levy.


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Location

Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges