2012 West Australian Beach Clean Up

Tangaroa Blue is looking for volunteers to join us for the 8th Annual West Australian Beach Clean Up being held over the weekend of October 13th and 14th. Since the WA Marine Debris Project started in 2004, volunteers have helped remove over 457 319 pieces of marine debris from the state’s beaches, helping to protect marine life and seabirds and the local marine environment.

This year we are hoping to clean up as much of the Western Australian coastline as possible. It’s a pretty ambitious goal but with the help of everyone out there we truly can make this the biggest and best WA Beach Clean Up yet!

Volunteers are invited to register as an individual or as a group and nominate a beach or stretch of coastline they will clean up over the clean up weekend. All materials, volunteer insurance and logistical support will be provided, all we need is lots of energy and many hands to help remove marine debris from the coast.

Ways you can help out:

  • Schools – are able to do their clean up during term 4 – the event is a great way to complete the community service needed for senior students – and teachers can use the data back in the classroom!
  • Local Government – promotional materials are available to help promote this event through your area, please contact us to register any assistance you can provide for logistics!.
  • Individuals – form or join a group and enjoy a great family day out!
  • Community Groups – pick a beach and make a day of it – a great social event opportunity!

Thanks for your support!

Registration & Support

To register and/or show your support, please view the most up-to-date event details.

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