WK2Sun 01 Mar

Arc Goes To | Snorkelling With A Purpose

There's no better way to spend your weekend than to go for a snorkel at picturesque Manly. Spend a day swimming and chilling with other UNSW students while helping out the environment!


  • Arc Goes To

Sydney is renowned for its beautiful harbour and with over 600 hundred species of fish swimming around, you are sure to see something cool. If you are lucky you may even get the chance to swim with turtles, seals, and giant cuttlefish or spot one of Sydney's cutest locals, the Little Penguin. Snorkelling has you enjoying the sites while helping out the environment. In addition you'll get to hear a talk about the ocean environment issues.

No snorkeling experience is required however you MUST be able to swim.

This trip features:

  • Snorkeling while collecting plastic form the ocean
  • A lecture about issues facing the ocean
  • Day at the beach

What to bring:

  • Swimmers
  • Towel
  • Hat, sunscreen, sunglasses (Slip, slop, slap)
  • Water bottle
  • Camera (waterproof is even better)

Meeting point: 8:45 AM outside Manly Wharf

Please note that this trip has limited spots and it subject to availability

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Remember this is only for Arc@UNSW members so be sure to sign up here