Clean Up Australia events will take place across the Bass Coast and South Gippsland this weekend.
Check out the full list below:


The Cape Eco Village
Sunday, March 7, 10am to 11am.
We live in a new sustainable development on the beautiful South Gippsland coast in Victoria.
Our Eco village has many wetlands, walkways and bike paths. We are a 10-minute walk to the beach and we have an extensive range of bird and wildlife living in our estate. 
For the safety of our wildlife and the enjoyment of our residents and visitors, we want to ensure we keep our natural habitats in pristine condition. This event is a way to achieve this and at the same time build on our community relationships. The residents in our eco village are passionate about where and how we live.
Meeting Point: The community noticeboard on the corner of Sunlight Boulevard and Trumpeter Street
Site Supervisor: Jane Cox

Cape Woolamai Surf Lifesaving Club
Sunday, March 7, 9am to 11am.
Going to clean up around the surf lifesaving club and the bush surrounding the area.
Meeting Point: Cape Woolamai Surf Lifesaving Club on carpark side.
Site Supervisor: Lex Emrose

Coronet Bay Foreshore
Sunday, March 7, 9am
Meeting Point: Rotunda
Site Supervisor: Greg Noakes

Cowes Foreshore and Jetty Triangle Clean Up
Sunday, March 7, 9am to 12pm.
We’re excited to host Phillip Island’s third Clean Up Australia Day Coastal Clean Up.
Over the past two years over 200 volunteers have collected over 410kg of rubbish from Cowes beach foreshore and seafloor! 
Please note – we’re scaling the event back a little this year due to Covid – unfortunately we won’t be hosting a seafloor snorkel/dive clean nor will we have the trash trade for food and drinks – we hope to bring this back in 2022. 
This is a disposable plastic-free event.
Clean ups will be held along Cowes Beach to the Yacht Club and to Erewhon Point.
Meeting Point: Cowes Foreshore Jetty Triangle.
Site Supervisor: Lauren Barker

Harbison Road, Phillip Island
Saturday, March 6, 10am to 12pm.
Meet at corner Harbison Road and Coghlan Road, Phillip Island, to clean along pathways and walking tracks.
Meeting Point: Corner of Harbison and Coghlan Roads
Site Supervisor: Patricia Hunt
LINK TO EVENT:–phillip-island-

Jetty Shed
Sunday, March 7, 10am to noon
To clean up as much public areas as possible.
Meeting Point: Rotunda in foreshore reserve cnr. Peters St and The Esplanade Corinella.
Site Supervisor: David Laing

Sunday, March 7, noon to 2pm
Picking up the tourists, fishermen’s and other apathetic people’s rubbish…
Meeting Point: Shelley’s Beach
Site Supervisor: Timothy Price

Powlett River
Sunday, March 7, 10am to 2pm
We are cleaning up the mouth of the Powlett River! Bring your kayaks etc to paddle up river or just walk along our beautiful coast to clean up this precious place.
Meeting Point: Meet at the mouth of Powlett car park next to caravan park
Site Supervisor: Jarryd Minahan

Cape Paterson
Sunday, March 7, 10.30am to 12.30pm
Come and help us clean up Cape Paterson.  Our focus is on the foreshore reserves and main public areas.  Please BYO gloves (we have limited spares on the day) and wear hat and sunscreen. 
Meeting Point: Meet at Birt Park just above the boat ramp (extension of Stuart St).
Site Supervisor: Rohan Brown

Coast Road- Inverloch to Cape Paterson
Sunday, March 7, 10am to 5pm
I would like to clean up our beautiful coast road. I ride my bike often along this road, it is a marine park and I’m thoroughly disappointed by the amount of litter along this gorgeous coastline. 
Meeting Point: Tennis courts cape Paterson
Site Supervisor: Shannon Jordan
LINK TO EVENT:–inverloch-to-cape-paterson


Leongatha Horticultural Park
Sunday, March 7, 10am.
Come join us at the Leongatha Horticultural Park, collect rubbish along the rail trail and enjoy the shade and a drink after the event. Supervised children welcome (there’s a playground at the park). Plenty of parking available at Young Street or Holt Street.
Rubbish collection to occur along Rail Trail, railway yards, Koonwarra Road.
Meeting Point: Meet at the Leongatha Horticultural Park at the start of the Great Southern Rail Trail. Nearby landmarks include, Shady Oaks Cafe, diagonal from BP Service Station (Bair Street). Parking available on Young Street or Holt Street.
Site Supervisor: Danika Dent
LINK TO EVENT:–young-street-bair-street-intersection

Saggaser Park Toora and Franklin River Reserve Toora
Wednesday, March 10, 8am to 12.30pm.
Meeting Point: meet under the Rotunda at Saggasser park
Site Supervisor: Steve Waixel