Clean-Up Australia Day
Every year hundreds of thousands of Australians help clean-up their local environment on Clean Up Australia Day. It's fun, easy and everyone can take part. Individuals and local groups can either organise a clean-up site or volunteer to join an existing site.
The day is firmly entrenched in the Australian calendar. It is an apolitical, non-profit community campaign where everyone can participate.
Clean-Up Australia Day has successfully grown each year to make this community event the largest annual environmental campaign in Australia. Each year over 6000 sites across the country participate in the campaign, helping remove a staggering 7000 tones of rubbish!
Please visit Clean-Up Australia to register or join a site.
Beach Patrol Australia
Beach Patrol Australia is a network of beach clean-up groups spanning around Port Phillip Bay from Geelong to Rye.
There are five Beach Patrol groups in Port Phillip:
- 3182 St Kilda Beach Patrol
- 3184 Elwood Beach Patrol
- 3205 South Melbourne Beach Patrol
- 3206 Albert Park Beach Patrol
- 3207 Port Melbourne Beach Patrol
Find out more about Beach Patrol Australia and how to get involved.
Love Our Street
Love Our Street is the neighbourhood version of Beach Patrol.
Love Our Street is growing, with groups now doing monthly cleans and several more groups in development.
There are four Love Our Street groups in Port Phillip:
- 3184 Elwood Love Our Street
- 3185 Balaclava Ripponlea Love Our Street
- 3205 South Melbourne Love Our Street
- 3207 Port Melbourne Love Our Street
Find out more about Love Our Street and how to get involved.