On Wednesday 18th November, Year 10 Marine & Aquaculture students made the trip to Fly Point Marine Reserve as part of their Open Water Snorkelling unit of work. Guided by Let's Go Adventures along with Mr Quinn and Miss Ruddy, students snorkelled through the marine reserve at the height of a spring tide. A pod of dolphins passed through as students entered the water, who then encountered other species such as comb jellies (which are bioluminescent!), leatherjacket, luderick in the process of feeding and a sizeable wobbegong.
This excursion will be one of the last times the Year 10 Marine cohort gather together over their two-year elective course and we have formed many great memories. Mr Quinn and Mr Ryan thank all the students for their dedication over the past two years and wish them well in their aquatic and terrestrial pursuits in the future.