Dolphin Marine Conservation Park highlights marine terrors over Halloween Coffs Coast Coffs Coast News by News Of The Area - Modern Media - November 6, 2020 Little penguins at Dolphin Marine Conservation Park celebrated Halloween with pumpkin treats. Photo: Dolphin Marine Conservation Park. DOLPHIN Marine Conservation Park used Halloween to share their message about the terrors of trash in our oceans at their inaugural Halloween Eve twilight event. Advertise with News of The Area today. It’s worth it for your business. Message us. Phone us – (02) 4981 8882. Email us – [email protected] Staff revelled in dressing up in trashy creations, decorating the grounds with spooky props and sharing important conservation messages with a Halloween twist. Visitors arrived in colourful Halloween costumes, and many took the time to create impressive outfits made from recycled trash. A highlight of the event was the ‘trashion and costume parade’, with prizes awarded to the best dressed. “Fright Night was a great event and a fun way to spread vital conservation messages,” Dolphin Marine Conservation Park Life Science Manager Tiga Cross said. Tiga said locals can do simple things at home to help protect marine and other wildlife including picking up plastic and other rubbish and putting it in the correct bins, blowing bubbles at parties instead of balloons, and keeping pets inside at night to save attacks on wildlife. “Dolphin Marine Conservation Park actively supports the Seal the Loop Program and encourages people to deposit discarded fishing line into the many blue bins located along the coast,” Tiga said. For more information about how you can get involved with Dolphin Marine Conservation Park’s education and training programs or to become a volunteer, contact the park on 6659 1900 or visit www.dolphinmarineconservation.com.au. By Emma DARBIN Dolphin Marine Conservation Park staff dressed up as ‘a pile of rubbish’ to spread the message of the danger rubbish in the ocean poses to marine life. Photo: Dolphin Marine Conservation Park.