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Dive in to Clean Up Australia Day on Sunday


The scene is set for this Sunday’s Clean Up Australia Day and more volunteers are needed.

Batemans Bay Dive will be searching the Clyde River for trash from Batemans Bay’s T-Wharf however they need more divers and people who can help on land to lift found items and put them in the skip bin. Those keen to help in the water can take advantage of free air fills and discounted gear hire.

Region X is holding a free group paddle in Cullendulla Creek to collect rubbish from 8am. They will also provide free kayak hire out of Mossy Point boat ramp between 9am and noon for those interested in collecting trash from the Tomaga River and banks.

Anyone interested in cleaning up the Broulee and Mossy Point areas can also grab some bags and gloves from the Mossy Point Boat Ramp.

Other sites include Batemans Bay Water Gardens, Corrigans Beach, Kianga Lions Park, Lilli Pilli and Malua Bay, Long Beach, Maloneys Beach, Malua Bay Beach, Mogo, Mogo Dog Trap Road, Moruya’s Riverside Park, North Head Wall, Potato Point Beaches and surrounds, South Durras, Surf Beach, Surfside, Tomakin, Turnbulls Lane Moruya, Vulcan Street Moruya and Yarragee Reserve.

Eurobodalla Clean Up Australia Project Officer Maree Cadman said 26 clean-up sites were registered while 13 schools were participating in Schools Clean Up Day on Friday 2 March.

“Now all we need is feet on the ground on the day,” she said.

“Not only will volunteers receive the reward of helping their local environment, we also have more than $2000 worth of prizes to give away that have been kindly donated by local businesses.”

For more information on Eurobodalla clean-up sites, including times and contact details, phone Ms Cadman on 4474 1343, visit www.cleanupaustraliaday.org.au or check out Council’s website www.esc.nsw.gov.au


Above: Nature Coast Dragon Boat Club members Cathy Smith, Jodie Quinnell and Jenny Best cleaned up Moruya River foreshore and Riverside Park on Clean Up Australia Day 2016.


Above: Shopping trolleys, car batteries, tyres, plastic and glass bottles are some of the items to be found under the sea. Garran Carnall retrieves a sunken trolley in the 2011 clean-up.

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