Our Environmental Education Centre offers exciting activities to school groups and youth groups.
These programmes complement the work done in schools and have been carefully designed to connect with the South African curriculum.
Offered by well qualified, vibrant and effective environmental educators, the activities are balanced with fun and messages aimed at empowering the youth to make a difference.
Our activities are designed to lead learners to discover and learn about the freshwater, coastal and marine environments.
Should you wish your activity to be a different topic, we would be happy to discuss your requirements and structure an activity accordingly.
School group curriculum
Our travelling puppet shows centre on colours and counting, smart living, keeping our beaches clean, turtles, penguins and marine food chains.
Lesson topics include Fish and Underwater Wonders.
Lesson topics include Fish, Sharks and their Relatives, Water Conservation
and Rocky Shore Ecology.
Lesson topics include Fish, Sharks, Underwater Wonders, Data Collection, Kelp Holdfast Ecology and the Rocky Shore.
Lesson topics include Fish, Sharks, Invertebrates, Data Collection, Ecotourism in our Two Oceans and Biodiversity in our Two Oceans.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know when my group booking is confirmed?
- Once you have received an invoice from the Aquarium the booking is confirmed.
Can I pay on the day of the visit?
- Yes, you can pay on the day of your visit, however bus payments need to be made at least one week in advance.
Is there a place for the children to have lunch?
- We have benches outside where the children can sit and eat.
Can we (the school) just come to the Aquarium any day or do we need to book?
- No, you need to make a booking in order to get the school group booking rate.
Will somebody take our group around the Aquarium?
- No, it will be a self-guided tour.
How much does it cost for a guided tour?
- R350 for a guided tour with one of our knowledgeable volunteer guides.