Registrations are open for Clean Up Australia Day to be held on Sunday 1 March 2020.
Each year, Frankston City communities come together on the first Sunday in March to clean up litter hotspots in their local neighbourhoods.
Frankston City Council Mayor, Sandra Mayer, said Clean Up Australia Day efforts reduced the potential for rubbish to cause harm to the local environment and wildlife.
“I’m really proud of our residents for working together each year on Clean Up Australia Day and removing the litter which gathers in our local parks, bushland, beaches and waterways,” Cr Mayer said.
“It’s a wonderful initiative, not only because of the obvious environmental benefits, but also because it brings the community together for a good cause.”
Each year, community, business and school Clean Up Australia Day events are held across Frankston City. Those interested in getting involved can register a new clean up site online or join an existing one.
“Why not challenge your friends, family members and colleagues to join your clean up efforts this year? The more people who get involved, the bigger the impact we can make.”
Local Clean Up Australia Day sites for Sunday 1 March:
- 3198 Seaford Beach Patrol
Seaford Pier, beach and surrounds
Meet at Seaford Pier car park
Pines Flora and Fauna Reserve, Frankston North
Meet at Link Track gate, Tamarisk Drive
- Friends of Langwarrin Outdoors and Waterways (FLOW)
Lloyd Park, Langwarrin
Meet at barbecue shelters next to Langwarrin Men’s Shed
- Community Church of Christ Frankston
Jubilee Park, Frankston
Meet at barbecue area rear of Jubilee Park playground
- 3199 Frankston Beach Patrol
Frankston Pier and beach
Meet at Frankston Pier, 5N Pier Promenade
Online registrations are free: cleanupaustraliaday.org.au/join-a-clean-up