MARINE CONSERVATION PROGRAM

Eye on the Reef – Rapid Monitoring Marine Conservation volunteer

Marine Conservation on the Great Barrier Reef

Marine Conservation volunteer, Marine Conservation Program Cairns Australia

JOIN THE PROGRAM, MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Travel with us to the Great Barrier Reef and become a Marine Conservation Volunteer. No Limit Adventures has teamed up with a dive operator in Cairns, with a high commitment to environmental sustainability, to offer a unique marine conservation volunteering opportunity. Spend your volunteer holiday in Cairns and enjoy our 12-day program that combines the adventure of diving with marine conservation on the Great Barrier Reef.

BECOME A MARINE CONSERVATION VOLUNTEER

This unique dive and marine conservation program, comes under the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority’s (GBRMPA) powerful monitoring program called Eye on the Reef. It is designed for people interested in scuba diving, volunteering, environmental sustainability and marine conservation.

LEARN TO DIVE ON THE GREAT BARRIER REEF

Learn to dive and become a certified diver on the Great Barrier Reef. Once you are certified and as a marine conservation volunteer, complete a number of underwater Rapid Monitoring surveys with your dedicated Eco-guide. Your task will be to collect valuable information on reef health, marine animals and incidents on the Great Barrier Reef. As a result information you collect will help the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA) build their knowledge of the health and resilience, and the risks to that resilience, on the Great Barrier Reef.

SMALL GROUPS, UNIQUE EXPERIENCE

We will be working together to ensure each marine conservation volunteer walks away with a great deal of self-fulfillment from participating in our unique marine conservation program on the Great Barrier Reef. Your involvement will contribute to the reef’s long-term protection.

COMBINE THE ADVENTURE OF DIVING WITH MARINE CONSERVATION

Marine Conservation program on the Great Barrier Reef Cairns Australia

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“The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral reef ecosystem and includes over 3000 separate coral reefs and supports an immense variety of life!”

 

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PRICES 2018

Option 1: AUD$3190 per person for the full 13-day program incl. Open Water or Advanced Open Water Dive Course 

Additional dive course options for already Certified Divers:

Nitrox: AUD$3290 per person for the full 13-day program 

Rescue Course: AUD$3390 per person for the full 13-day program 

Advanced Open Water + Nitrox: AUD$3490 per person for the full 13-day program  

Option 2: AUD$2190 per person for certified divers starting on day 7

Option 3: AUD$395 per person for a one-day Marine Conservation experience

Prices are based on a group of min. 4 persons.

 

“I was on No Limit Adventures’ Marine Conservation program “Eye on the Reef” and it was the most fascinating thing I have done so far. I was able to take my Diving certificate and thereafter take part of the great conservation work they are doing on the spectacular Great Barrier Reef. I can highly recommend it to others. It is so interesting and it makes you think a lot about the marine life and how easily it is destroyed. By the way the guys working at No Limit Adventures are the best ever they were our guides in Australia for a month and I simply had the best time of my life and I learned so much.”

Amalie Torp, Denmark 2016

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DATES 2018

08 – 20.02.2018  |  05 – 17.04.2018  |  24.05. – 05.06. 2018

28.06. – 10.07.2018 | 16 – 28.08.2018 | 13 – 25.09.2018

11 – 23.10.2018 | 01 – 13.11.2018 | 06 – 18.12.2018

 

 

Contact us to find out more or to join our next program!

 

PROGRAM PARTNERS

Passions of Paradise Great Barrier Reef Marine Parks AuthorityCairns Turtle Rehabilitation Centre

 

 

 

 

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