In a first for South Africa, the town of Greyton in the Western Cape will, from 3 July 2014, completely phase out single-use plastic shopping bags.
With guidance from the Two Oceans Aquarium’s Environmental Campaigner, Hayley McLellan, a group of forward-thinking residents are taking the principles of the Rethink the Bag campaign to heart, as part of one of the many creative waste-reduction programmes planned for the town.
By giving up meat for one day each week, you can save money, reduce your environmental impact and live a healthier life.
Here you’ll find some delicious inspiration – keep an eye out on our blog every Monday for the latest meat-free recipe!
We’re constructing a brand-new exhibit at the Two Oceans Aquarium – but this weekend, we’ve asked our mascots to put down their pickaxes and come and say hi to all the boys and girls visiting us this Easter. In fact, if you pose for a photo with Silver the shark or Samantha the penguin between Friday and Sunday, and upload your photo to Facebook or Twitter with the hashtag #2OAEaster, you can win an amazing prize.
In December 2013, the Two Oceans Aquarium hosted the last (and most popular) members sleepover of the year.
Each year we invite members at this sleepover to partner with the Aquarium to either spoil an old age home, an orphanage or to sponsor a school group to visit the Aquarium. This year, the staff of the Aquarium decided to support an animal-related need, the animals that are often forgotten during this time of the year, unintentionally!
This Easter weekend, we’re giving you the opportunity to win a children’s birthday party at the Two Oceans Aquarium.
That’s right, we’re offering a Standard party package for 10 children on a weekend of your choice, valid for one year (excluding 15 December to 10 January).