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Marine Program Aims

The truth is: the natural world is changing. And we are totally dependent on that world. It provides our food, water and air. It is the most precious thing we have and we need to defend it.

- Sir David Attenborough -

Marine Program Overview

General Program Information

Eco/Marine Studies - Theory


It is important for young people to understand the context and importance of Global warming, and the resulting impacts on our Planet. Our Marine Programs are designed to give students an introduction to the Marine Environment. Involvement in Marine Studies can lead young people on to a number of rewarding career paths, a give them the ability to have a direct and positive impact on our environment.

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Eco/Marine Studies - Practical


Our organisation was recently successful in applying for funding for a runabout to support the practical eco/conservation elements of our youth programs.

Eco/Marine Studies - Practical


The changes which have been occurring for decades are most noticeable within the marine environment. A hands-on approach is essential, thus allowing young people to directly understand the impacts of Global Warming on our environment.

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Eco/Marine Studies - Partnerships


New Beginnings Marine Projects has active partnerships with Reef Check Australia, Coral Watch, Sea World, Tangaroa Blue, Griffith University and University of Queensland (UQ). 


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