Kathmandu Waterway Clean-up – Perth – WA

On September 8th from 10am – 12pm Kathmandu and Tangaroa Blue Foundation will be hosting waterway clean-up events across Australia! Help keep plastic and debris out of our oceans and waterways. Click the link to sign up to our conservation event in Perth.

After the clean-up, we’ll categorise all rubbish collected and load the data into the Australian Marine Debris Initiative Database. The Tangaroa Blue Foundation uses the data gathered to help communities create ‘source reduction plans’. This means that we can try to address the cause of marine debris at the source and try to limit the amount of rubbish created in the first place.

To register visit: – https://www.kathmandu.com.au/make-a-difference
Perth – Point Walter Reserve, Honour Avenue, Bicton
Melbourne – Westgate Park, Westgate Punt Ferry Jetty, 179 Lorimer Street, Port Melbourne
Sydney – Meadowbank Wharf, Bowden Street, Meadowbank
Brisbane – Riverstage Park, Botanic Gardens Bikeway (City Cycle Station #20)
Adelaide – Semaphore Jetty, Esplanade, Semaphore

Kathmandu Waterway Clean-up – Adelaide – SA

On September 8th from 10am – 12pm Kathmandu and Tangaroa Blue Foundation will be hosting waterway clean-up events across Australia! Help keep plastic and debris out of our oceans and waterways. Click the link to sign up to our conservation event in Adelaide:

After the clean-up, we’ll categorise all rubbish collected and load the data into the Australian Marine Debris Initiative Database. The Tangaroa Blue Foundation uses the data gathered to help communities create ‘source reduction plans’. This means that we can try to address the cause of marine debris at the source and try to limit the amount of rubbish created in the first place.

To register visit: – https://www.kathmandu.com.au/make-a-difference
Adelaide – Semaphore Jetty, Esplanade, Semaphore
Melbourne – Westgate Park, Westgate Punt Ferry Jetty, 179 Lorimer Street, Port Melbourne
Sydney – Meadowbank Wharf, Bowden Street, Meadowbank
Brisbane – Riverstage Park, Botanic Gardens Bikeway (City Cycle Station #20)
Perth – Point Walter Reserve, Honour Avenue, Bicton

All Washed Up – Quinns Beach – WA

Marine debris becomes art!

To celebrate Keep Australia Beautiful Week (19 to 25 August 2019) the City of Wanneroo’s Waste Services and Cultural Development Departments are working collaboratively to organise a beach clean-up with a marine debris makers’ workshop straight afterward.

9:30am to 11:30am – Beach clean-up run in collaboration with Sea Shepherd Australia. Come and join us at Quinns Beach. Meet on the grassed area in front of Portofinos. Free sausage sizzle for participants.

11.30am to 1.30pm – Makers’ workshop with artist Claire Davenhall in the Surf Life Saving Club. Turn found objects into artwork. Free and all welcome. Take home what you create.

Enquiries please call (08) 9405 5913.

All Washed Up – Yanchep – WA

Marine debris becomes art!

To celebrate Keep Australia Beautiful Week (19 to 25 August 2019) the City of Wanneroo’s Waste Services and Cultural Development Departments are working collaboratively to organise a beach clean-up with a marine debris makers’ workshop straight afterward.

9:30am to 11:30am – Beach clean-up run in collaboration with Tangaroa Blue. Come and join us at the Lagoon Beach. The more the merrier. Free sausage sizzle at the SLSC for participants.

11.30am to 1.30pm – Makers’ workshop with artist Claire Davenhall in the Surf Life Saving Club. Turn found objects into artwork. Free and all welcome. Take home what you create.

Enquiries please call (08) 9405 5913.

Darwin Harbour Clean-up – NT

The tenth Darwin Harbour Clean-Up is being held at various locations around Darwin Harbour on Monday 15 July 2019. As well as removing rubbish from the waters and coastline of the Harbour, the clean-up aims to raise awareness about the effects of rubbish entering our waterways and will encourage everyone to ‘bin it or take it with you’. Clean-up teams will be operating onshore and on the water throughout the morning. Rubbish weighing and recording of data will occur in the afternoon at two sites: at the end of Fishermen’s Wharf on the rock wall side, and on Cox Peninsula at the Wagait Shire Council Community Centre. Teams of volunteers will be collecting rubbish along the foreshore at Rapid Creek and Coconut Grove. Members of the Wagait Beach community will be cleaning up around Cox Peninsula. Dinghies will be out on the water checking the mangroves and shoreline for rubbish from Fishermen’s Wharf to Elizabeth River. Surf Lifesaving NT will be providing back-up and emergency assistance on the water.

General start time is 8 am, but will vary by location. Please bring gloves, sunscreen and water bottles (re-usable preferably). Lunch will be provided on Fisherman’s Wharf and at Wagait Beach, with extra water available for refills.

For further information:
Phone 8948 3733
or email ranger.teamleader2@larrakia.com

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