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15th July 2018 – Bulimba Creek Paddle Against Plastic – presented by Seaworld Foundation & Healthy Land & Waterways.

Thanks to a grant from Seaworld Foundation & Healthy Land & Water, we’ll be heading to Bulimba Creek for a Paddle Against Plastic.  The area we are cleaning is renowned for the amount of debris stuck on banks and in the waters.

We’ll be meeting at the park beside 14 Settlers Street in Carindale.

If you need a craft, please advise and we will see what we can round up for you.  We do have limited craft available.

 

29th July 2018 – Noosa Paddle Against Plastic Supported by Boomerang Bags Noosa

Courtesy of a donation from Boomerang Bags Noosa, it’s time to clean up the waters of Noosa River.  The River feeds directly into the ocean and any debris could lead to entanglement and/or suffocation for marine and bird life.

We’ll be launching from the ramp beside the Tewantin North Shore Ferry

If you need a craft, please advise and we will see what we can round up for you.  We do have limited craft available.

 

Sunday 26th August – 2nd Annual Green Island Clean Up – Sponsored by Energex

Last year we cleaned up 668kg of debris with 73 vounteers.  Unfortunately the island is covered in debris once again so time to head back and clean it up.  Seats on boats are limited and it is first in first served so register here to make sure you don’t miss out.

 

 

 

 

Sunday 16th September – Geelong Paddle Against Plastic

Join us on a treasure hunt with a difference as we head out in paddle craft to clean the Barwon River.
The Barwon River is a great place to paddle, yet plastic debris frequents the river more than humans do, so let’s change that.
Bring your own craft, or contact us if you don’t have one as we will have some available. You can paddle anything from a Kayak to a Canoe, a row boat to a Stand Up Paddleboard. We will provide the cleaning equipment.
Meet at the Barwon River Boat Ramp opposite the Corio Bay Rowing Club.  Access if off Barrabool St, South Geelong.
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Sunday 23rd September – Melbourne Paddle Against Plastic
Moonee Ponds Creek winds its way under the Bolte Bridge and towards the north. You cannot access it by boat as it is too shallow yet it contains so much rubbish that will eventually wash out into Port Phillip Bay. So we are inviting you down to help us clean this creek.
Bring your paddle craft of any type. It doesn’t matter if it is a canoe, kayak, SUP, dragon boat or even a row boat, we need everyone we can get to clean us much of this creek as possible.
We will be meeting at the carpark under the Bolte Bridge at the end of Docklands Drive. Go all the way past Ron Barassi Snr Park.
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Sunday 28th October – 2nd Annual Currimundi Lake Community Clean Up – Sponsored by Unitywater

Last years inaugural Currimundi Lake Community Clean up saw an amazing effort by 107 volunteers in removing 647kg of debris, so this year, courtesy of support from Unitywater, we will do it all again, hopefully this time we won’t find so much debris.

Registrations now open by clicking link beside this text.