Clean Up Australia Day this Sunday, 4th March how can you be involved
Clean Up Australia Day inspires and empowers communities to clean up, fix up and conserve our environment. This Sunday, 4 March get involved at one of the North Burnett sites and help keep our North Burnett ‘Naturally Beautiful’.
How do I volunteer at a Clean Up Site as part of Clean Up Australia Day?
To volunteer you can use the Join a Clean Up Site function to search for Clean Up Sites in your local area (by postcode, suburb, council, Site name or Site Supervisor name) on the Clean Up Australia Day website www.cleanupaustraliaday.org.au and fill in the registration form. Alternatively you can fill in a registration form on the day.
Do I need to bring anything with me?
Clean Up Australia advises that all volunteers dress appropriately for the weather, including closed in shoes. We also advise that you bring a hat, pair of gloves, sunscreen, water and eye protection.
What insurance does Clean Up Australia provide to volunteers during Clean Up Australia Day activities?
All registered and approved Clean Up Australia Day Sites are covered by Clean Up Australia’s Public Liability Insurance. Clean Up Australia does not provide Personal Accident or Injury Cover.
Clean Up Australia Day has been organised by the following community groups… Don’t forget, you can register on the day!!!
Clean Up Australia Day – Get involved!
Biggenden – PCYC Cadets and The Men’s Shed of Biggenden – Beiers Park – 7am
Gayndah – Gayndah Scouts – Lions Park – 7am
Monto – Monto Rotary Club – Memorial Park – 7am
Mundubbera – Mundubbera Lions Club – Bi-Centennial Park – 7:30am
Mt Perry – Mt Perry Men’s Shed – Maynard Park – 7am
Register online at the Clean Up Australia Day website
Sausage Sizzle provided
Proudly supported by North Burnett Regional Council