Dolphin Marine Conservation Park is very proud to host TAFE students here at the park every week as a practical part of the Certificate III in Animal Studies course. One of the projects the students have been working on recently is to
Since December 2019 Dolphin Marine Rescue Animal Rehab Trust (DMRART) has received 32 sea turtles into their care. Most of these sea turtles are sub adult green sea turtles and hawksbill sea turtles aged around 10-15 years old.
11 veterinary students from University of Sydney attended DMCP last week as part of their extramural placements to gain some experience in aquatic animal medicine. “There are not many places where students can get hands on experience
Dolphin Marine Conservation Park (DMCP) is excited to welcome world-renowned animal behaviour expert Dr Isabella Clegg to Coffs Harbour. Dr Clegg conducted her PhD on determining the best way to assess the welfare of dolphins residing under
“We just celebrated Pets inside to save lives day! With over 200 people pledging to help save our native wildlife Dolphin Marine Magic is encouraging others to do the same. To pledge your support in saving native
Dolphin Marine Magic has welcomed its newest addition. Calamity, a 27 year old indo pacific bottlenose dolphin, gave birth to a healthy calf at 2:42am today. The calf is under the close care and supervision of the marine mammal specialists.
Coffs Harbour Dolphin park allows you to be kissed by a seal by: By Alison Godfrey From: news.com.au Click on this link to read the story Alison has kindly written about Dolphin Marine Magic
ZERO is not a low mark when it applies to the Christian Community Junior School and the Pet Porpoise Pool. The pool and the school have both achieved a zero carbon footprint for waste to landfill for the 2010-2011 year and received trophies