clean up australia day

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Northern beaches, creeks and parks targeted for this weekend’s Clean Up Australia Day

LAST year volunteers collected 13 tonnes of waste at various sites across Wollongong city as part of Clean Up Australia Day. With the official Clean Up Australia Day campaign date on Sunday (March 7) the nationwide event will see community groups and volunteers clear rubbish from various sites in the northern suburbs this weekend. The … Continue reading

Woonona students help launch Clean Up Australia campaign ahead of this weekend’s activities

SCHOOL students made their way to Woonona beach today (Friday, February 28) to replace litter with low-lying shrubs and grasses for the launch of Clean Up Australia Day 2020. Celebrating 30 years of Clean Up Australia Day community groups will have their opportunity to take part in cleaning up sites throughout the city on Sunday … Continue reading

Cleaning up Wollongong

WOLLONGONG City Council will celebrate the 25th anniversary of Clean Up Australia Day on Sunday with a focus on waterways, road sides, parks, reserves, beach and bushland areas. Wollongong Lord Mayor Gordon Bradbery said: “This is a great day to get acquainted with your neighbours and your neck of the woods. I’d like to see hundreds … Continue reading

Truck loads of waste collected during annual clean up

MORE than 10 tonnes of waste was removed from 54 sites across the Wollongong local government area over the weekend as an army of residents took part in the annual Clean Up Australia Day. A Wollongong City Council spokesperson told The Bulli Times In the main the clean up gathered fast food wrappers, plastic bottles, chip and confectionary … Continue reading

Clean Up postponed due to wet weather

Due toweather conditions in the Illawarra region, Wollongong City Council Environmental Project Officer Julie Cherry has advised Clean Up Australia Day will be postponed until Sunday March 11. Council have postponed the Clean Up due to the heavy rain and dangerous conditions of local waterways, which are either in flood or flowing to capacity.   … Continue reading

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