WA Beach Clean-up


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Join not-for-profit organisation, Tangaroa Blue for their largest and longest running clean-up event!

Back for its 19th year this October, they are calling out to our WA community to help clean your favourite beach, river or waterway as part of the 2023 WA Beach Clean-up (WABCU23).

You can either volunteer at an already planned clean-up or register your own site from the 13th – 15th October.

Register and learn more here –  https://www.tangaroablue.org/2023-wa-beach-clean-up/

A big thank you to event sponsors Keep Australia Beautiful WATallwood and Southern Ports for their generous contribution and support.

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