Clean Up Australia Day - Sunday 1 March 2020

Australians are the second highest producers of waste per person in the world, with an estimated 7 billion cigarette butts and 50 million plastic bags littered in Australia each year.

Eurobodalla Council has proudly supported Clean Up Australia Day for the past 19 years, helping communities to clean up, fix up and conserve Eurobodalla's environment. Held every year on the first Sunday in March, the day attracts more than half a million volunteers Australia-wide, and is the nation's largest community-based environmental event.

Clean Up Australia Day 2020

Friday 28 February 2020 for schools Sunday 1 March 2020 for the local community

Get involved

Clean Up Australia Day is fun, easy and everyone can get involved picking up rubbish in their local area. More than 30 clean up sites have been registered in Eurobodalla for Sunday 1 March. Around 10 of those are open to the public and anyone can join in.

Find or join Eurobodalla's public clean up sites organise your own clean up site

Everyday clean up

No need to wait for March to come around, you can also register to help clean up Australia every day. Once registered, you will receive a starter kit with helpful materials to run your site.

More information

Clean Up Australia FAQ's - Clean Up Australia Rubbish Reports - Clean Up Australia Rubbish Report Fact Sheets 2018 - Clean Up Australia

We can help you

If you would like more information about Clean Up Australia Day, please contact Council's Waste Services on:

T: 4474 1024

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