Join us for an extraordinary scientific beach adventure as we team up with our friends from Village Zero Sandringham!


With the help of the Port Phillip Baykeeper, we’ll monitor sand surface levels and map coastal vegetation cover along the stunning coastline to help combat rising sea levels and coastal erosion.


Together, we’ll observe and document the elevations above sea level that various species of plants inhabit, a crucial endeavour in our efforts to strategize future planting initiatives in response to rising sea levels. Your participation in this endeavour will help shape sustainable practices to help the preservation of our coastal ecosystem for generations to come.


But that’s not all—our beach adventure wouldn’t be complete without addressing the issue of beach litter. So we’ll also be conducting a beach litter audit, aiming to raise awareness and take tangible steps towards maintaining the health and beauty of our beloved bay’s shores.


This event isn’t just for scientists – it’s for our entire community! We invite local community members, organisations, and members of the Sandringham Life Saving Club to join us on Saturday, 24th February, from 10am to 12pm. Let’s meet outside the Sandringham Life Saving Club and embark on this meaningful journey together.


Don’t miss out on this opportunity to make a difference in our coastal environment. See you there!


We hope to see you at our next family friendly Beachkeepers session soon!


Please remember to wear appropriate clothing for all weather conditions and to bring a hat, sunscreen, and a reusable water bottle.


We would like to acknowledge the project support provided by the Victorian Government through the Port Phillip Bay Fund.

Event Details
  • Phone:
    9534 0670
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  • Location
    Sandringham Life Saving Club, Melbourne, Victoria, 3191, Australia