The coast is changing : what will our shorelines look like in 2030 and 2070?
Come along and find out how St Kilda beach has changed.
WHEN: Sunday November 8th 10:30 – 4:30 pm
WHERE: St Kilda EcoCentre 55A Blessington St. St Kilda.[cnr Blessington & Herbert Sts, St Kilda Botanical Gardens.]
BYO Picnic lunch [tea and coffee provided]
Guest Speakers: David Kennedy [Melbourne University- National Centre for Climate Change] & Neil Blake [Port Phillip EcoCentre] followed by a beach walk. Hosted by the Victorian Chapter: Australian Coastal Society. Cost Members nil. Non members: $5.00, $10.00 family
RSVP or for more information: Sue Mudford M:0477919354, E:firstname.lastname@example.org or just turn up. We look forward to seeing you there.
10:30 Arrive – tea and coffee /Meet and Greet
11:00 Welcome and day’s event
11:15 AGM Victorian Chapter Australian Coastal Society (download nomination form)
12:15- 1:15 BYO lunch in St Kilda Botanical Gardens/purchase at shops
1:15 Guest Speaker David Kennedy- our changing shorelines
2:00 Neil Blake Coordinator Port Phillip EcoCentre Litter Hotspots Project
2: 15 walk / drive to St Kilda beach
2:30 – 4:00 Beach walk led by Neil Blake
4-4:30 tea & coffee available at EcoCentre or leave from beach
We hope that you have a good day!
Transport: From Southern Cross Station take 96 tram to St Kilda and get off at the last stop [Acland St]. From Flinders St station take tram 16 or 3a [get off at Luna park] or tram 67 [get off at St Kilda Rd. [Carlisle St.]. By train -to Balaclava station- then take any tram in the direction of the City down Carlilse St and get off at the St Kilda/ Carlisle stop.