Diving into Boola Bardip is one of many victims of Perth’s snap Covid lockdown last week!
As some heightened Covid restrictions will continue until 14 February, this women-in-science event has been pushed back to Thursday 18 February. By pushing the event back one week, we will create a better, unmasked, experience for everyone involved!
We aplogise for any inconvenience, but as you can appreciate the circumstances causing the delay were outside of our control.
If you have bought a ticket and the 18 February date does not work for you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will arrange a refund through Humanitix.
We look forward to seeing you on 18 February from 5.30pm at KPMG. There will be guides on the ground floor to show you the way to the event. If you need additional tickets, they are available from Humanitix.
This will be a night to remember with Dr Lisa Kirkendale, Dr Zoe Richards and Dr Nerida Wilson from the WA Museum sharing stories of their ocean-based research. Their laboratory stretches from the Kimberley to Antarctica and beyond. We will hear what it took to get the best jobs in WA!
Please remember to bring cash on the night for the raffle. COMO The Treasury has kindly donated an overnight stay for two with breakfast, valued at $795 – a fantastic prize. Raffle tickets are $10 each or 3 for $20.
Thanks again to COMO The Treasury and KPMG for supporting Diving into Boola Bardip.
We look forward to seeing you on the 18 February.