1004 Clean Up Sites registered

Clean Up Australia Day

Come On Australia - Let's Go!

2016 Clean Up Australia Day progress results are in

If you missed out on the official week of action you can still join our 2-016 efforts by registering an Everyday Clean Up site.

Since the national event started in 1990, Australian have donated more than 31.2 million hours taking to their streets, bushland, parks and waterways on Clean Up Australia Day, removing an estimated 331.5 thousand ute loads of rubbish from 166 thousand sites across the country. To put this into context - this is the equivalent of end to end utes from Sydney to brisbaen via the coastline.

Register your own Clean Up site or by volunteer at a site near you .

You can see our Site Supervisor Checklist for how to go about choosing, registering and organising your Clean Up.

Site Supervisors will be sent a Clean Up starter kit.

If you require additional Clean Up bags, gloves or rubbish pickers you are able to purchase them through our online store.

We want YOU

If you want to be part of our fight for a healthier environment, become a member of the YOU Fund today and have a say in the future direction of campaigns that will stop rubbish getting into our streets, parks, beaches, waterways and other rubbish hot spots.

Membership of YOU starts at $5.00. You can purchase multiple memberships - bringing family, friends and colleagues with YOU on this journey.

YOU members get to vote on campaign ideas which will then be implemented within the budget of the YOU Fund.

Top issues such as:

  • Plastic bags
  • Batteries
  • Illegal Dumping
  • Container refunds
  • Bottled water
  • E-waste
  • Tyres
  • Waterway Clean Ups

Let's get serious about preventing rubbish getting into our environment.
BECOME A MEMBER OF THE YOU FUND TODAY

Clean Up Store

Show your support of Clean Up by purchasing one of our Clean Up Australia Day branded merchandise.

All profits go to supporting our environmental campaigns and to provide free clean up kits to the thousands of volunteers participating in Clean Up Australia Day.

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