Here’s how we’re making a difference, one project at a time:

Marine Debris Task Force

Future Leaders Workshop
Freediving Workshops

Marine Debris Task Force

It’s no secret that our oceans are being compromised by plastic and debris. Even in the Torres Strait, which boasts some of the most striking beaches in the world, you can find a staggering volume of waste that washes up on shore each and every year – the vast majority of it being foreign and coming from harmful fishing practices and improper disposal.

The Marine Debris Task Force is endeavouring to collect data from community beach cleanups, work with professionals and key stakeholders to spark innovative solutions, and create opportunities for locals to use the marine debris as a potential resource. Our aim is to not only eliminate as much marine debris as we can, but continue the progress of education and awareness.

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Future Leaders Workshop

Our first Future Leaders Workshop debuted in 2023 on Badu Island. Over the course of three days, we mentored youth and gave them the chance to dive into what makes an effective leader. Our learning is hands-on, where we explore everything from safety, to culture, to sustainability. We provide the knowledge and skills, and they leave with more confidence to be stronger leaders in the real world. In other words, monkey sea, monkey do.

Our aim is to look ahead. To preserve and progress culture, strengthen connections, and find a vision for a positive future through leadership – together.

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Freediving Workshops

Watermanship Workshop

The Watermanship Workshop teams up with Australia’s best freediving instructors with a group-oriented approach to improving watermanship skills and safety. By partnering with experts in the field, we can ensure that our participants receive the highest quality training available, while also having a lot of fun.

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Community Workshop

The Community Workshop also teams up with Australia’s best freediving instructors, but where participants typically work in pairs or one-on-one with an instructor. The primary objective is to learn critical in-water rescue drills as well as learning basic freediving techniques.

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