Learn about the effects of climate change on east coast waters and what impact we can expect it to have over the next 20 years.
Join us at Freycinet Lodge with Professor Gretta Pecl, a renowned marine ecologist from the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies. Gretta has spent her career studying effects of climate change on the inhabitants of Tasmania’s east coast waters.
Hear about her research, her predictions about the future of our iconic marine species and environments, and then chat with her over cocktails and dinner about how you can be part of the solution.
Lodge chefs will be offering a four-course dinner showcasing the flavours of the east coast.
- Stay with us and join the talk for $254.15. Price includes one night’s accommodation for two adults in a One Room Cabin, two seats at the science talk and breakfast for two the following morning. Click here to book.
- Four-course dinner | $100pp. | Dinner only. Please phone 03 6256 7222 to book. Does not include tickets to science talk. Please ensure you book the talk via the link below.
- Science talk | $15pp. Click here to book the talk.
Anyone staying at Freycinet lodge on 13 August will receive a free ticket to the talk. If you are booked to stay with us on this date but did not book via the accommodation link ‘click here to book’ above, please email us on email@example.com to claim your free tickets. The number of guests staying under your booking will reflect how many tickets you receive. Eg. an accommodation booking made for two adults will attract two tickets to the talk.