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ReefBlitz Aplin’s Weir, Ross River, Townsville - QLD

From October 13, 2018 8:00 am until October 13, 2018 12:00 pm
Categories: Beach Clean Ups
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ReefBlitz 2016 BRAND HorizontalCelebrate ReefBlitz by spending the morning at Aplin’s Weir where you’ll find the quiet area accommodates for all; habitats for fish and waterbirds, the growth of rich riparian vegetation, as well as a range of activities for the recreational soul. The river links our actions on land to the ocean, so come out and help us protect our local waterways by removing the intoxicating litter before it washes out into Cleveland Bay and further out to the reefs and open ocean.

As a participant please bring:
- reusable water bottle
- wear sturdy enclosed footwear
- hat & sunnies, sunscreen
- sun smart clothing

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Other Tangaroa Blue coordinated clean-up sites:
Shelly Cove, Cape Pallarenda – October 12th form 8:00am to 12:00pm
Apex Park, Rasmussen, Ross River – October 13th from 8:00am to 12:00pm
Balgal Beach – October 13th from 10:00am to 2:00pm with BBQ Lunch provided

RCSA logo 2018ReefBlitz is an annual month-long series of events, which has been running for five years, engaging the community in citizen science and on-ground local action that contributes to reef health and resilience. Data will be recorded on the rubbish that is collected, which contributes to the 14 year old Australian Marine Debris Initiative (AMDI) Database. There will be 8 coastal clean-up events running October 12th, 13th and 21st around the Townsville and Magnetic Island area, so please keep an eye on ReefBlitz activities here - https://tockify.com/reefblitz2018/detail/12/1539266400000 

 

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This event is part of ReefBlitz hosted by Tangaroa Blue as a member of the Reef Citizen Science Alliance, and funded by Queensland Government.