Sea slug census at Coffs Coast

3rd Annual Coffs Coast Sea Slug Census

Lend a hand to help photographically document the colourful and spectacular sea slug species inhabiting the rocky shores and rock platforms of the Coffs coast. Scuba divers, snorkellers and beachcombers are all welcome.

SURG (Solitary Islands Underwater Research Group) and the Southern Cross University National Marine Science Centre will be holding the third annual Coffs Coast Sea Slug census in 2021.

Three prizes up for grabs: Person or team with the most number of species; Most interesting species found; Best photo.

For more information and to register, visit the Solitary Islands Underwater Research Group webpage.

Photo: Gold-spotted nudibranch (credit: Steve Smith).

Sea slug coloured white with yellow dots and horns

Date and time

From: 12:00 AM Friday, January 29, 2021 To: 11:59 PM Sunday, January 31, 2021

Location

Coffs Coast NSW, from Brooms Head in the north to Sawtell in the south