The awesome people at Tas Uni Dive Club are kicking off their part of the Unique Tassie Experiences program with a snorkelling event at Tinderbox in January. For just $5 you can experience what lies beneath the waves and see the amazing and abundant life under Tassie’s waters.
Come experience the excellent snorkelling trail at Tinderbox and see what the underwater world has to offer!
The Tinderbox Marine Reserve boasts diverse habitats, with an abundance of spectacular marine wildlife – 77 macroalgae (seaweed) species, 60 fish species and numerous invertebrates have been recorded in the reserve. In the northern section, you might spy schools of bastard trumpeter swimming amongst giant kelp forests. As well as the resident fish species and pelagic fish passing through, you might spot soft corals, sea whips and sea pens, octopus and squid, sea urchins and sea stars, crabs and lobsters, elegant stingrays, and enchanting sea dragons and sea horses. The diverse habitats found in the reserve include sheltered and moderately exposed sub-tidal reef, intertidal reef, giant kelp forests, sponge gardens, seagrass beds and soft-sandy sediments.
The TUSA/TUDC will supply all the snorkelling equipment required, however you will need to sign up and give us your sizes via the sign up page below.