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Clean Up Australia Day 2017 - Start Planning Now
Australia has one of the best natural landscapes in the world.
From our pristine beaches, ancient forests and flourishing sealife, we have some of the most unique flora and fauna.
But the rubbish we create through mass consumption is choking our streets, beaches, parks, bushland and waterways.
And along the way it's killing one of our best assets: nature.
We are all part of the problem - but YOU can also be part of the solution.
Because when the rubbish is gone, nature can carry on...
Register your own Clean Up Site or volunteer at a site near you.
You can see view the Site Supervisor Checklist for how to go about finding, registering and organising your own Clean Up. Site Supervisors will receive a Clean Up starter kit.
If you require additional Clean Up bags, gloves, collapsible rakes or rubbish pickers you are able to purchase them through our online store.
Schools Clean Up Day 3 March
Business Clean Up Day 28 February
Clean Up Australia Day is on Sunday March 5, 2017.
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