Film Night: March of the Penguins 06 January 2020 – Port Campbell
NO BOOKING REQUIRED
No Bookings Required - Just Turn Up
MARCH OF THE PENGUINS is an account of the grueling annual trek made by Emperor penguins. Although temperatures reach 80 degrees below zero, these flightless birds trundle across the tundra, walking and sometimes sliding on their bellies over some 70 miles, from the shore to an inland plain. Here they mate, gestate, and lay eggs, after which the males take over to protect the eggs while the females head back to the sea to eat fish and do their best to avoid hungry sea lions. The females then head back to the plain, where reunited couples nurture adorable fuzzy little hatchlings until they're able to walk back to shore.
This Event is suitable for all ages. Children under 18 years must be accompanied by a supervising adult.
What to Bring...
Suitable clothing for the weather conditions - be sun smart
Where to meet...
- Bottle of water
- Food eg. snacks
- A happy disposition, an inquisitive nature and a smile!
The meeting place for this activity is the Port Campbell Art Space.