The Nautilus Project is a non-profit organization. Our goal is to provide a fun, accessible and interactive learning experience of our marine environment. We endeavour to bring pressing marine awareness issues in the hope of ensuring a healthier bay for our future generations.
Committed to teaching children about our coastline and the animals that reside along it. This course can be tailored in length and content to meet the exact requirements of any institution of learning. (Available from academic years 2 – 13).
The coast crawler programme is aimed at exploring life on our beaches and rocky shores. Suitable for families and schools alike, it seeks to enable learning through CLR techniques. You will be amazed at how much our coastline has to offer.
For those who prefer to observe the animals in their habitat, we recommend the snorkelling trips. We can leave from Rosia Bay or any of the local beaches to explore the coastline and see who we bump into! We can provide pebble boards or life jackets if you plan to come with less confident swimmers.
If you don’t fancy getting wet whilst still wanting to appreciate the diversity of marine life, then our boat trips are for you. We always find different animals on every trip making each one unique.
Lewis Stagnetto has over 10 years of experience in Marine Biology and is passionate about exceeding your expectations. Our catch, learn and release (CLR) strategy will ensure you will leave with great memories and unique experiences.
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