Coogee Maritime Trail Guided Snorkel - Sold Out

Add to calendar Sunday 17 February 2019 7.30-10am
Discover the marine biodiversity just off our door step at Perth's most accessible wreck and artificial reef. Dive in and enjoy a slow paced guided snorkel and learn about the history of the Omeo wreck, the creation of the trail, current research and monitoring.

Suitable for families with children 8 years and over (must be a confiident swimmer and be able to wear a snorkel). Adults/parents must snorkel with children. Qualified guides running the trail tour.

Bring your own snorkel and flippers (limited numbers available for loan).

Cost: $5 per person

Meeting location: Omeo Park, Socrates Boulevard, North Coogee. Meet in shade shelter near trail access stairs. Parking available along Socrates Boulevard and side streets, plus Coogee Beach Reserve car park.

Breakfast provided and water available.

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Omeo Park

Socrates Boulevard,
North Coogee WA 6163



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