- Departs from:
1 Lower Domain Rd, Hobart 7000 TAS
ph:+613 6231 1779
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Coastal locations on the Tasman Peninsula have been exposed to an invasive and introduced oyster species that threaten native marine life and plants. There has been an ongoing effort to remove this species for a number of years and as a result this invasive species has begun to decline in this particular area.
However, there needs to be ongoing protection and management to prevent the species from increase. The team will undertaking oyster donging techniques to help manage and reduce this pest.
A great opportunity to help out local communities and protect our terrific coastal locations.
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