The partners who support the Two Oceans Aquarium
Sincere thanks to our corporate partners, whose generosity and shared vision continues to enable us to foster love, respect and understanding of our oceans. Through these associations, we are able to offer our visitors world-class exhibits, maintain the high standards of our educational facilities and realise a comprehensive community outreach programme.
If you would like to see your logo here, please contact Jacinta Subjee on email@example.com or (021) 814 4544.
In partnership with the City of Cape Town, the Two Oceans Aquarium opened the Smart Living Challenge Zone in December 2015. This state-of-the-art exhibit is an interactive, original, playful way to create awareness around biodiversity, water, waste and electricity. In conjunction with the Smart Living Challenge Zone, the City also funds the Smart Living Travelling Exhibit, an outreach programme which visits schools, and Smart Living courses for grade 7s.
SPAR supports our Rethink the Bag campaign through the initiative “Its our plastic, its our problem”.
In our quest to reduce our impact on the environment, we have partnered with Africa Organics which supplies us with hand wash for our visitors and staff and shampoo and conditioner for our divers. These products are 100% natural, preservative free, biodegradable and contain certified organic ingredients.
Reef Wetsuits provides us with high-performance dive equipment to cater for the demands of our everyday work. From wetsuits, hoodies and booties to gloves and bags, Reef Wetsuits and accessories enable our aquarists to look great while getting the job done!
Vox Telecom sponsors the livestreaming of the webcam from the I&J Ocean Exhibit to the homepage.
Divetek is a retailer, wholesaler, designer, importer and manufacturer of diving gear. The company has generously given us a discounted rate on all Divetek gear, as well as on other brands and cylinders
Cape Shade gave us a discounted rate on the shadecloth structures covering the Predator Exhibit and the turtle rehabilitation area installed.
Averda sponsors the Marine Sciences Academy course for Grade 9 students. This course introduces students to some basic principles of oceanography, ecology and marine biology. Theory mixed with hands-on activities will specifically expose students to marine research and the scientific method.
The American International School of Cape Town sponsors the Marine Sciences Academy course for Grade 8 students. The AISCT is a private, not-for-profit co-educational institution with 500 students from over 60 countries ranging in age between 2 and 18 years and instructed by teachers from nine countries.
Cape Exotic Animal Hospital is the Aquarium’s official supporting veterinarian practice and supports our conservation, research and animal welfare activities.
Organisations that we work with
The Two Oceans Aquarium is very fortunate to collaborate with like-minded organisations in Cape Town and beyond. From filmmakers to beach cleanups and scientific data collection projects, animal welfare and conservation societies, to tertiary institutions, research programmes and governmental departments, this work is run by organisations working to achieve environmental goals that we believe in, and who help us attain ours.