Crab (Primary 4–6)

Conservation with Creativity

In order to raise awareness among students about plant and animal conservation, this series of courses fosters a deeper understanding on how different species interact among themselves, with their surroundings, and with mankind. These programmes provide ideal learning materials for the ”People and Environment” portion of the General Studies curriculum.

    Words from the Teachers



    The drama show “Rainforest Treasury” was informative and educative. It was the right level for our learning progress.

    Miss Lee Wing Yee 
    Ma Tau Chung Government Primary School (Hung Hom Bay)



    Conservation Ambassador

    • Compare the lifestyles between humans and giant pandas via the interactive computer programme
    • Play a group game and learn the importance of building a ”Bamboo Corridor” to save the giant pandas
    • Visit the animal exhibit and observe the natural behaviours of animals

    Insightful Journey with Dolphins (NEW)

    • Experience the importance of different senses and understand dolphins’ extraordinary senses through interactive group games
    • Get up close with our bottlenose dolphins during an animal demonstration and get to know how our trainers take care of them
    • Take the initiative to explore more and discover the special abilities of other animals

    Ocean Court

    • Visit the Shark Mystique exhibit and understand a shark's physiology and survival skills
    • Clarify human misconceptions regarding sharks
    • Become “Shark Messengers” and preach the message of “Sharks are Not Fated to Extinction” to friends and relatives

    Rainforest Treasury

    • Visit the Rainforest and discover the hidden inhabitants
    • Find out the relationships between humans and the rainforest through interactive drama activities
    • Rethink human needs and suggest ways to share natural resources harmoniously through letter writing

    Coastal Explorers

    • Build a marine food web and explore how marine organisms are closely interconnected to one another
    • Learn about the marine resources through interactive group games
    • Get close to sea lions and seals with the trainer, and learn how to take care of them
    Location Programme Programme Capacity (Students) Time
    The Waterfront Conservation Ambassador 20 - 40 09:30–10:30 / 10:30–11:30
    11:30–12:30 / 13:30–14:30
    The Summit# Insightful Journey with Dolphins 20 - 30 Programme Date: Before 1-7-2018, this programme is NOT available on Wednesday mornings.
    10:30–11:30 / 13:30–14:30
    Programme Date: 1-7-2018 to 31-8-2018, this programme is NOT available on Thursday mornings.
    10:30–11:30 / 12:30–13:30
    The Summit# Ocean Court 20 - 30 10:30–11:30 / 11:30–12:30 / 13:30–14:30
    The Summit# Rainforest Treasury 20 - 40 10:30–11:30 / 11:30–12:30 / 13:30–14:30
    The Summit# Coastal Explorers 20 - 40 10:30–11:30 / 11:30–12:30 / 13:30–14:30

    # One-way travelling time between the Ocean Park Main Entrance and The Summit is about 45 minutes. Please allow sufficient time to reach the course location and return from Ocean Park.

      Programme Feeˇ Stay-behind Surcharge
    Student (Per person) HK$70 HK$30
    Teacher (Per person) HK$100 HK$125

    ˇ Includes 1-hour educational programme and 1-hour self-visit at the Park

    Ocean Park issues 1 complimentary teacher's ticket for every 10 student tickets purchased per group, so they can accompany students to the classroom session. An extra programme fee applies for any additional teacher to enter the Park. Students cannot use the complimentary teacher tickets, and vice versa. All participants are expected to leave Ocean Park after the education programme. Participants who would like to remain at the Park and enjoy its facilities after the programme must apply in advance and pay a stay-behind surcharge.

    The programme fees are valid until 31 August 2018.

    Gathering Location

    Meal Order Form

    Ocean Park Graduation Bash

    Animals, Games & Food! Come Get Them at the Ocean Park Graduation Bash!

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