Eye on the Reef Rapid Monitoring is designed for citizens with little, to moderate reef experience, who can either snorkel confidently or dive. In order to boost your skills for this day on the Reef, it is strongly recommended that you participate in the evening info session on the evening of Friday, October 22 so you can learn how to conduct Rapid Monitoring.
Armed with cameras, you can also contribute to video/photographic baseline data to compare with for years to come.
How do I book?
Book your ticket directly with Wavelength Cruises and ask for the local discount (25% off with valid ID!)
Are there requirements for the event?
Must be able to swim/snorkel. Snorkelling can be strenuous, especially if the conditions are not calm. As a guide you should be able to swim a pool length without flotation assistance. You should be able to bend down enough to put your fins on and walk up and down a flight of stairs easily.
Participants ages 15 and older are welcome, those under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Please note, you must also attend the information session on the evening of October 22.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Gemma Francis, GBR Legacy & Wavelength Cruises
M: 0498 333 055, E: firstname.lastname@example.org