Stony Point, South Australia - Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula have made it possible for Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries (EMS) to reduce the price of guided snorkelling trips at Stony Point by 50% (promo code 'halfprice') for all South Australians and 85% (promo code 'local') for residents of Eyre Peninsula. Make sure that you get in quick as these tickets are limited. A number of trips are available from Thursday 30th June 2016 until Sunday 3rd July 2016. Jump in and join professional snorkel leaders and marine biologists for a guided snorkel. The reef at Stony Point is home to an amazing variety of colourful fish, dolphins, plant life and the amazing breeding congregation of Giant Australian Cuttlefish. Don’t miss this opportunity to be surrounded by these huge, yet incredibly graceful cephalopods. Stony Point is one of the best spots in Australia to witness this awe-inspiring, yearly congregation of Giant Cuttlefish. No experience is required, as participants will be separated into groups according to their familiarity with snorkelling. The water depth in these areas is an average of 4 metres. Accommodation is provided as part of the package. Trips are suitable for all children over the age of 8 years old – this would be an amazing adventure for a small family. The cuttlefish population has fluctuated in numbers in the past years, so now is the prime time to come and witness the stunningly colourful phenomena of giant Cuttlefish mating. Book your tickets on eventbrite website by clicking here https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/swim-with-giant-cuttlefish-stony-point-near-whyalla-30th-june-3rd-july-2016-guided-snorkel-days-tickets-24248979350
About Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries Inc. (EMS)
EMS is an incorporated, not-for-profit community organisation. They are supported by Natural Resources, Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges and Eyre Peninsula.
EMS provide safe and supervised ‘in water’ snorkelling experiences.
EMS aims to educate school children and the public about the beauties of the ocean, and the necessity of taking care of such an important ecosystem.
Carl CharterP: 0466278187