Being safe and comfortable at a Summer by the Sea activity

We do the very best we can to ensure you stay safe while enjoying one of the many beach side activities, so it is important that you always follow the activity leader’s instructions and come to the activity well prepared.

Because many activities happen on the beach or other outdoor areas, often without much shade, it’s very important to be SunSafe – a long sleeve shirt is recommended, pop on a hat as well and make sure you have put on some sunscreen before the start of the activity.

Many activities, such as rockpool rambles and dinosaur digs, occur on uneven ground and where there are rocks that can stab your toes. We ask that you wear closed shoes for the activity, not thongs. We can’t guarantee that you can take part in the activity if inappropriate footwear is worn.

Also bring along a bottle of water and some snacks, it’s a lot harder to learn and enjoy yourself with a rumbling tummy…

If you have a disability, please let us know when booking your spot on the activity and we will do our best to try and assist you.  Alternatively, phone Coastcare to discuss your requirements and we can work together to find the most suitable activities.

2 thoughts on “Being safe and comfortable at a Summer by the Sea activity

  1. andrea finn says:

    Hi i am very interested in this activity, what dates and times please

  2. Summer by the Sea says:

    Hi Andrea,
    There are a range of activities on various dates and times – go to http://www.summerbythesea.vic.gov.au/whats-on for details. Enjoy your summer!

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