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TICKET GIVEAWAY: Underwater Tour with National Geographic legends


A special Traveltalk invitation

Here’s an incredible chance for 50 lucky readers (and their +1) to be in the audiences in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth enjoying an unmissable evening with international National Geographic underwater photographers David Doubilet and Jennifer Hays for the Underwater Tour 2019.

 

American crocodile, Gardens of the Queen, Cuba Image © David Doubilet

 

With four decades beneath the surface, and over 75 feature articles David continues to reveal the secrets of the oceans to us all.  He is joined by Nat Geo’s Jennifer Hayes who brings us fascinating science-based photo-reporting from the equator to the arctic.

 

Harp seal © Jennifer Hayes

 

William Tan introduces us to the largest migration of creatures on the planet - the movement of plankton and wonderfully bizarre marine critters in their nightly vertical migration from the deep or mid-water column to the shallows  This world previously exclusive to scientific academia – a rarely seen snapshot of the cycle of life, is guaranteed to pique your curiosity.

 

Image of Sharpear Enope Squid Larva © William Tan

 

These three Underwater Tour speakers are ‘the best of the best’ and will be showcasing extraordinary images and stories of discovery from behind the lens.  

 

Underwater Tour 2019 event dates:

• Brisbane 9 May, Gardens Theatre, QUT

• Sydney 11 May, Hoyts Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park

• Melbourne 12 May, Hoyts Melbourne Central (Bring your Mum – it’s Mother’s Day!)

• Adelaide 13 May NEW, the Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre

• Perth 14 May, Octagon Theatre, UWA

 

Email juliette@internationaldestinationmarketing.com.au with your name and the name of your +1, and which city event you’ll be attending.  Be quick as you’ll need to be in the first 50 in each city to claim your tickets.

 

For more information on the Underwater Tour and speakers go to www.underwatertour.com.au

 


Published: 6 May 2019

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