Virtual Ocean Talks: A fish-eye view of Warrane / Sydney Harbour

Information

This Virtual Ocean Talk will map a critical framework for exploring sustainability of species in Sydney Harbour in the past and into the future. Leading harbour voices will explore the history of colonial to modern fishing in the harbour, present a rich public art program that drew attention to European overfishing, explore sustainable fisheries and invasive species, and the museum’s manager of maritime archaeology will present some surprising stories of working boat wrecks in the harbour, including the oldest small craft yet found in NSW.

HOW IT WORKS:

- Simply register online via the link below
- You'll be sent a reminder to tune in the day before, and also one hour before the event.
- Login to the event at start time (7.30pm (AEST), Thursday 10 September 2020)

Best of all - it's FREE and anyone can register!

Register Now: https://www.sea.museum/whats-on/events/ocean-talks/virtual-ocean-talk-a-fish-eye-view-of-warrane



Venue

Australian National Maritime Museum @ 2 Murray St, Darling Harbour NSW 2000 Australia



Price

Free

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