Have you noticed any rubbish on the coast? Here’s an opportunity for you to do something about it!
Clean Up Australia Day is held annually and this year we’ve registered a site in Jan Juc.
We will be cleaning up from 10am to 12pm on Sunday the 4th of March.
Where can you clean?
We’ll be picking up rubbish at the Bird Rock car park and surrounding areas. To view a map of the area click here.
There are other sites on the Surf Coast where you can get involved in Clean Up Australia Day.
– Point Impossible Nude Beach 10.30am-12.30pm click here for more info.
– Bells Beach 10am-12pm click here for more info.
How do I sign up?
We’d greatly appreciate your support, register now and you can go into the draw to win a prize! Register at www.cleanupaustraliaday.org.au or phone 1800 CUA DAY.
What does Clean Up Australia Day involve?
It’s simple really, meet us at the Bird Rock car park at 10 am and help us pick up rubbish for a couple of hours.
Great Ocean Road Coast Committee (GORCC) site supervisors will helping all morning.
What should you bring?
Just yourself, we will be providing all equipment. If you have a pair of gloves please bring them along, we will be suppling some gloves for people who don’t have a pair. Make sure you bring a hat if it’s sunny, and a coat if the weather is not as favourable.
We will also be providing water and sunscreen.
If you’re busy on Clean Up Australia Day and can’t make it to the site there are plenty of other opportunities for you to get involved in volunteering on the coast. Click here to view some of the volunteer groups, there’s sure to be one in your area.
Have you registed a site for Clean Up Australia Day? Are you interested in helping us clean up the Jan Juc foreshore area? Let us know how you’re helping the Surf Coast environment.