Date and timeSunday 03rd March 08:00 - 10:00
LocationBeachmere Conservation Park Enterence, Bishop Road, Opp Beahmere Sands Enterance
Council: Moreton Bay Regional Council
Site Type: Beach/Coastal
Meeting Point: Bishop Road, Ocean Side opp Beachmere Sands Entrance
Site Supervisor: Christine Dillon
CLEAN UP CONSERVATION PARK YEAR 4Saturday 2nd Feb
Clean Up Australia is something I am passionate about - and Bishop Road Conservation Park is a site I have manned these last 3 years -
BRING ON YEAR 4 - 2019 3 March 8am-10am.
This year I will bring a Wheel Barrow so we can really collect heaps without lugging bags of rubbish the long path that the Conservation Park has - being a waterfront area where the ocean meets the park - debris from the ocean does tend to wash up in this area.
Looking forward to getting in there this year to clean up again.Share
MAKE A DIFFERENCE EVERY DAYFriday 15th Feb
I don't know about you but I like to clean up everywhere I go - anytime I see rubbish blowing I pick it up and put it in a bin. Clean Up Australia is every day to me.
The Conservation Park at Beachmere gets a lot of "sea" debris coming in from the ocean side of the park. Last years clean up we found an old computer washed up and dragging bags back and forth to pick up point was tiring. But with a new found idea brought to the group - this year I am bringing a wheelbarrow to help with the cleanup. That way as we work to clean we can load the barrow and just do one trip out with rubbish instead of many.
Who do you know that can come to assist us on the 3rd March from 8am till 10am, Bishop Road, Beachmere opposite entrance to Palms Lake Resort.
What else is possible here we have not even considered?Share
Beachere Conservation Park UpdateWednesday 20th Feb
Wow, this week first time in a while I have seen some Council clean up around the "easements" (waterways) around the Conservation Park in Bishop Road - (there are no stormwater drains that side of Bishop Road and up from there towards Bribie Island road) which means rubbish has already been picked up and cleaned on the Road area of the Park. Yah! One less thing we have to do on Clean Up Day. YAH!
To register online at the Clean Up Site to the site that you are attending is important a. for insurance purposes for the CUA team - gives the Site Supervisors an idea as whom to expect on the day and how to coordinate the bodies showing up to the areas of there site that needs cleaning up.
b. lets Clean Aust collect peoples details so they increase their mail out ist to help create more awareness of there other campaigns they have happening all year round. YAH!
Did you know that a Site Supervisor is advised to view there allocated site prior to clean up day and access where attention is needed with safety/risk for "cleaners" to be taken in effect?
Don't forget to bring a Wheelbarrow this time!!!
I found out at the BANG meeting last night that the IGA has donated some water to our site - so I will have an esky on the day to keep our water nice and cool.
In 2018 I received by first aid certificate and CPR training and am excited to have a new set of "skills" up my sleeve this year (not that we will need it) but I wanted to share this with you all none the less.
Am looking forward to creating change in Beachmere March 3rd 8am-10am and beyond.
What else is possible for the clean up of Beachmere we have not even considered?Share
ONE MORE SLEEP!Saturday 2nd Mar
One more sleep to my annual clean-up day - this will be my 4th year running being site manager for this site. It is like visiting an old friend and asking what can I do to help? Where would you like me to clean up?
Who do you know that would want to come out and assist me in the fun of cleaning up after last weeks cyclone high tides?
I have packed my wheelbarrow and have water donated by local IGA all cold and ready to go.
Follow the trail to find me... See you there. xcShare
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