The Cairns and Far North Environment Centre and the Protect Our Coral Sea Campaign  are pleased to invite you to three fantastic FREE events

Free Film Screening of Planet Ocean

Date:  Saturday 2nd February 2013

Time: 6.30pm for a 7pm start

Venue: Centre of Contemporary Arts, 96 Abbott St, Cairns

Bookings essential: 405 33779 

Join us for this special screening of ‘Planet Oceans’. The film takes us on a magnificent and unprecedented journey into the heart of the least known regions of our planet. It narrates the links between man and ocean, the future of humankind on Earth, the governance issue of the high seas and challenges we’ll have to face tomorrow.

This is the official trailer


Coral Sea Lagoon Fun Day

Date: Sunday 3rd February 2013

Time: from 11am to 4pm

Venue: Cairns Lagoon

Join us for a family fun day as the lagoon comes alive with the creatures of the Coral Sea.

Activities will include: Free BBQ, Face painting and many Fun activities and family games

Come out and embrace the Wet Season with us as we celebrate the colour and beauty of the Coral Sea… Make sure you bring your swimmers and a big smile!


The History of the Coral Sea Exhibition

Date: from 21st January to 8th February 2013

Venue: James Cook University Library

Experience the history and stories that link us with the Coral Sea.

The History of Coral Sea is an exhibition that will take you on a journey though the dramatic history of the Coral Sea and the changing perceptions towards our oceans.

Find out how shipwrecks, Matthew Flinders, emus, whales, war and natural wonders combine to form the history of one of Australia’s most remote and special ocean regions.