Presented by the National Parks and Wildlife Services SA

A Plastic Ocean – Screening as part of the Whyalla Cuttlefest 2021 and National Parks and Wildlife Services SA July Park of the Month Program.

Journalist Craig Leeson teams up with diver Tanya Streeter and an international team of scientists and researchers, and they travel to twenty locations around the world over the next four years to explore the fragile state of our oceans.

Our amazing cuttlefish rely on a healthy ocean to survive. But did you know ur addiction to plastics has far reaching impacts on not only our marine life but also us?

Come along to this film which will shock and hopefully inspire you to live more sustainably. Working together we can be the solution our planet needs.

Visit the display in the foyer by Zero Waste Whyalla to help guide some actions you can take to tackle this issue.

Screening Wednesday 7th July
5.30pm – 22min condensed screening plus local short films – more suitable for families with children 12 and under, or those seeking a shorter viewing.
7.00pm – Full length film 1hour 42minutes plus local short films

Screening Wednesday 14th July
5.30pm – 22min condensed screening plus local short films – more suitable for families with children 12 and under, or those seeking a shorter viewing.
7.00pm – Full length film 1hour 42minutes plus local short films

To view the full Cuttlefest program head to the website click here

To view the full July National Parks and Wildlife Service Park of the Month Program head to the website click here

A Plastic Ocean is supported by

Wild Dog
  • Kids
  • Visual Arts

Wild Dog

15th July 2022

Wild Dog is an immersive installation and exhibition exploring the importance of one of Australia’s most misunderstood but significant cultural symbols – the dingo

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Naomi Hobson: Adolescent Wonderland
  • Visual Arts

Naomi Hobson: Adolescent Wonderland

29th July 2022 — 1st September 2023

Naomi Hobson’s Adolescent Wonderland is a series of photographs that tell the real-life story of young Aboriginal people in remote Australia

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Cynthia Schwertsik: My Name
  • Visual Arts

Cynthia Schwertsik: My Name

3rd August 2022

My Name is an iterative project by Adelaide-based artist Cynthia Schwertsik that responds to and reflects the presence and representation of women across public spaces in regional South Australia.

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