Seaweek 2022

SeaWeek is Australia’s major national public awareness campaign to focus community awareness, provide information and encourage an appreciation of the sea brought to you by the Australian Association for Environmental Education  (AAEE). SeaWeek gives us a fantastic opportunity to promote educational issues of relevance to the marine environment.

SeaWeek 2022 is all about our SEArch – what will YOU discover?
  • To celebrate SeaWeek we’re encouraging the Cockburn community to explore our coastline. Why not:
  • Take a hike up! Explore one of the amazing walk trails with views overlooking the coast, including Manning Stairs and Lookouts, Mount Brown Walk Trail and Henderson Cliffs, or the Nyungar Tourist Trail at Port Coogee. 
  • Eat at a new cafĂ© near the beach.
  • Explore the jetty’s, above or down below…
  • Jump off a pontoon for the first time!

Seaweek Cockburn Colouring Competition

Celebrate Seaweek 5-13 March by entering our colouring in competition. 1st, 2nd & 3rd marine themed prize packs up for grabs. All you need to do is download the colouring sheet, colour the best you can and email your completed design to [email protected] by 8 April 5pm, with your name, age, contact number and email.

Terms and Conditions

  • Competition is open from 13 March until Friday 8 April at 5pm. 
  • This competition is open to City of Cockburn residents only, children aged 5 -12 years. Children/grandchildren of staff and Elected Members are not eligible to participate in the competition. 
  • No negotiation will be entered into once the winners have been chosen, by judging panel, the decision is final 
  • The winners, as decided by the judges (City staff), will be announced via social media. The winners will be contacted to claim their prizes via email. If the City is unable to contact the winner, the prize will be given to the nest best judged applicant. 
  • The prizes will be marine themed activity packs including books and activities, values at $150 for first prize and $50 for 2nd/3rd prize.
  • Winners will be photographed.
  • The City will not be using the information the entrant provides for anything other than the competition. 
  • For queries, contact Vicky Hartill, Environmental Education Officer on 08 9411 3444 or email [email protected]
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