Cape Kimberley Clean-up – Daintree – QLD

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Cape Kimberley Clean-up

When: 28th July 2019 @ 8:30am to 3pm

Pick-up Locations for a free shuttle bus from Cairns and Port Douglas (bookings essential – limited spots): (a) Tobruk Swim Pool bus stop (b) Smithfield bus stop (c) IGA Port Douglas

Join our team on Sunday 28th July for our third on-going quarterly clean-up for 2019 at Cape Kimberley, located on the northern side of the Daintree River in beautiful Far North QLD.

We’ll be meeting at the Cape Kimberley beach access at 8:30am. We will be providing transportation in a mini bus that will drive up from Cairns stopping at 3 pick-up locations:

– Tobruk Swimming Pool bus stop, Cairns @ 6am
– Smithfield bus stop, Cairns @ 6.15am
– IGA Port Douglas @ 7.15am

Please arrive at the allocated 15 minutes prior to pick up time and book your spot quick as limited seats are available. Please advise which location/time you’d like a pick-up and drop-off.

To find out more information / to book a seat or to register / sign up for ferry pass across the Daintree River – please email reefclean@tangaroablue.org

We will provide extra drinking water, snacks and lunch, sunscreen, all clean-up equipment including gloves and other safety gear.

Volunteers are asked to wear enclosed shoes, wear sun smart clothing, hats and sunnies, and please bring a reusable water bottle and a packed some extra snacks if you like.

ReefClean is funded by the Australian Government’s Reef Trust and delivered by Tangaroa Blue Foundation.

The Cape Kimberley Clean-up is supported by the Douglas Shire Council and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service.

Cape Kimberley Clean-up – QLD

Join ReefClean!
Cape Kimberley Clean-up
When: 28th of April 2019 @ 8:30am to 2:30pm

Join our team on Sunday the 28th of April for our second on-going quarterly clean-up for 2019 at Cape Kimberley, located on the northern side of the Daintree River in beautiful Far North QLD. There will be a free shuttle bus from Cairns and Port Douglas. Bookings are essential as spots are limited.

We will provide transportation in a minibus that will drive up from Cairns stopping at 3 pick-up locations:
– Tobruk Swimming Pool bus stop, Cairns @ 6 am
– Smithfield bus stop, Cairns @ 6.15am
– IGA Port Douglas @ 7.15am

Please arrive at the allocated location 15 minutes prior to pick up time. When booking, please advise which location/time you’d like. We’ll arrive at our final destination, Cape Kimberley beach access, at 8:30 am.

To find out more information, book a seat, register or sign up for a ferry pass across the Daintree River – please email vanessa@tangaroablue.org.

We will provide extra drinking water, snacks and lunch, sunscreen, all clean-up equipment including gloves and other safety gear.
Volunteers are asked to wear enclosed shoes, wear sun smart clothing, hats and sunnies, and please bring a reusable water bottle and some extra snacks if you like.

ReefClean is funded by the Australian Government’s Reef Trust with support from Tangaroa Blue Foundation.
The Cape Kimberley Clean-up is supported by the Douglas Shire Council and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service.

ReefBlitz Cape Kimberley Clean-Up – QLD

Our fourth quarterly clean-up for 2018 at Cape Kimberley on the northern side of the Daintree River in beautiful Far North QLD will be held on October 6th 2018 as part of the ReefBlitz event.

We’ll be meeting at the Cape Kimberley beach access at 8.30am and work through till 2.30pm.

We will provide extra drinking water, all clean-up equipment and sun screen.

Volunteers are asked to wear enclosed shoes, wear sunsmart clothing, hats and glasses, bring a reusable water bottle and lunch.

If you need a ferry pass to cross the Daintree River, please contact info@tangaroablue.org.

There will also be carpooling options from Cairns and Port Douglas, so just let us know if you need a lift.

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

 

Cape Kimberley Clean-Up – QLD

Our third quarterly clean-up for 2018 at Cape Kimberley on the northern side of the Daintree River in beautiful Far North QLD will be held on July 7th 2018.

We’ll be meeting at the Cape Kimberley beach access at 8.30am and work through till 2.30pm.

We will provide extra drinking water, all clean-up equipment and sun screen.

Volunteers are asked to wear enclosed shoes, wear sun smart clothing, hats and glasses, bring a reusable water bottle and lunch.

If you need a ferry pass to cross the Daintree River, please contact info@tangaroablue.org.

There will also be carpooling options from Cairns and Port Douglas, so just let us know if you need a lift.

This event is supported by Tangaroa Blue Foundation, the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation and the Douglas Shire Council.

 

Cape Kimberley Clean-Up – QLD

Our second quarterly clean-up for 2018 at Cape Kimberley on the northern side of the Daintree River in beautiful Far North QLD will be held on April 7th 2018.

We’ll be meeting at the Cape Kimberley beach access at 8.30am and work through till 1.30pm.

Snacks are included, and we’ll also provide extra drinking water, all clean-up equipment and sun screen.

Volunteers are asked to wear enclosed shoes, wear sun smart clothing, hats and glasses, bring a reusable water bottle.

If you need a ferry pass to cross the Daintree River, please contact info@tangaroablue.org.

There will also be carpooling options from Cairns and Port Douglas, so just let us know if you need a lift.

This event is supported by Tangaroa Blue Foundation, Shapes in the Sand and the Douglas Shire Council.

 

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