4 Mile Beach Clean-up – Port Douglas, QLD

Four Mile Beach in Port Douglas is one of our longest running QLD beach monitoring sites. Since 2009 we’ve been cleaning and recording data every month.

Join our Tangaroa Blue coordinators who will be meeting volunteers at Bruno Reidweg Memorial Park at the end of Solandar Blvd in Port Douglas at 8:30 am, on Saturday, July 27th for our regular, monthly clean-up of Four Mile Beach.

All equipment will be provided, we just need volunteers to wear closed shoes, bring sun/rain protection, and plenty of drinking water (1 to 2 litres is recommended) but please avoid bringing single-use plastic water bottles.

To register or for any questions, please email vanessa@tangaroablue.org.

Thank you for dedicating your energy towards protecting our oceans, and we look forward to seeing you out on the beach!

This event is being supported through the Community Sustainability and Action Grants – Queensland Government.

THANK YOU!

4 Mile Beach Clean-up – Port Douglas, QLD

Please note this event has been changed from the 9th June to the 10th June due to the Ironman Marathon.

Four Mile Beach in Port Douglas is one of our longest running QLD beach monitoring sites. Since 2009 we’ve been cleaning and recording data every month.

Join our Tangaroa Blue coordinators who will be meeting volunteers at Bruno Reidweg Memorial Park at the end of Solandar Blvd in Port Douglas at 8:30 am, on Monday, June 10th to our regular, monthly clean-up of Four Mile Beach.

All equipment will be provided, we just need volunteers to wear closed shoes, bring sun/rain protection, and plenty of drinking water (1 to 2 litres is recommended) but please avoid bringing single-use plastic water bottles 🙂

To register or for any questions, please email vanessa@tangaroablue.org.

Thank you for dedicating your energy towards protecting our oceans, and we look forward to seeing you out on the beach!
This event is being supported through the Community Sustainability and Action Grants – Queensland Government.
THANK YOU! 🙂

4 Mile Beach Clean-up, Port Douglas – QLD

Four Mile Beach in Port Douglas is one of our longest running QLD beach monitoring sites. Since 2009 we’ve been cleaning and recording data every month.

Join our Tangaroa Blue coordinators who will be meeting volunteers at Bruno Reidweg Memorial Park at the end of Solandar Blvd in Port Douglas at 8:30 am, on Sunday, May 12th to help us kick off the fifth monitoring clean-up for 2019!

All equipment will be provided, we just need volunteers to wear closed shoes, bring sun/rain protection, and plenty of drinking water (1 to 2 litres is recommended) but please avoid bringing single-use plastic water bottles 🙂

To register or for any questions, please email vanessa@tangaroablue.org.

Thank you for dedicating your energy towards protecting our oceans, and we look forward to seeing you out on the beach!
This event is being supported through the Community Sustainability and Action Grants – Queensland Government.
THANK YOU! 🙂

4 Mile Beach Clean-up, Port Douglas – QLD

4 Mile Beach in Port Douglas is one of our longest running QLD beach monitoring sites, which we clean and record data on every month.

Our Tangaroa Blue coordinator will be meeting volunteers at Bruno Reidwig Park at the end of Solandar Blvd, Port Douglas at 8:30am on October 25th for a beach clean-up and data collection activity.

All equipment will be provided, we just need volunteers to wear enclosed shoes, bring sun/rain protection, a reusable water bottle and lots of energy.

To register or for any questions, please email info@tangaroablue.org

Thanks and looking forward to seeing you on the beach!

This event is being supported through the Community Sustainability and Action Grants – Queensland Government.

 

4 Mile Beach Clean-up, Port Douglas – QLD

4 Mile Beach in Port Douglas is one of our longest running QLD beach monitoring sites, which we clean and record data on every month.

Our Tangaroa Blue coordinator will be meeting volunteers at Bruno Reidwig Park at the end of Solandar Blvd, Port Douglas at 8am on June 17th for a beach clean-up and data collection activity.

All equipment will be provided, we just need volunteers to wear enclosed shoes, bring sun/rain protection, a reusable water bottle and lots of energy.

To register or for any questions, please email info@tangaroablue.org

Thanks and looking forward to seeing you on the beach!

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