Reviving Chili Beach: Community Clean-up Efforts

Chili Beach is located about 700km north of Cairns, within the Kutini-Payamu (Iron Range) National Park.

It is a place of incredible cultural significance and biodiversity, and is full of diverse wildlife, amazing landscapes, and gorgeous sunrises. The park is also of international significance as it contains the largest remaining area of lowland rainforest in Australia. However, unfortunately the beaches are heavily impacted by marine debris from locations far and wide.

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Pennefather’s Marine Debris Clean-up: A Collaborative Conservation Effort

Pennefather is renowned for its natural beauty, yet it faces a pressing environmental issue – the accumulation of plastic bottles, thongs, commercial fishing equipment, and oil containers. We are incredibly grateful to the Napranum Traditional Owners’ elders, Nanum Wungthim Land and Sea Rangers , and the wonderful families who invited Tangaroa Blue to support the first-ever Pennefather Marine Debris Research and Plastic Recovery Initiative.

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