Be a Volunteer for the Clean It Up Maroubra Beach Drive

Help keep Maroubra Beach clean by being a volunteer at the Clean It Up Maroubra Beach drive this 14 April 2019.

After the success of the first Clean It Up Maroubra Beach drive in February 2019, comes another round of cleanup drive this April.

Led by the Maroubra Community group, the cleanup drive is set to start from 8:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. The meet point for all volunteers is on the grass area opposite of the Marini Cafe.

All volunteers are requested to come by 8:15 a.m. at the meet up point for instructions and briefing. Please be advised that volunteers who are under 18 years old must be supervised by an adult throughout the entire duration of the cleanup.

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Photo credit: Clean It Up Maroubra Beach/ Facebook

What To Bring

Everyone is encouraged to join this clean up event at the Maroubra Beach. If you are interested in being a volunteer, make sure to head over to the designated meeting place at the exact call time, wearing a navy blue shirt. Please make sure to bring your own buckets and gloves. Also, keep in mind that plastic bags are not allowed at this Clean It Up event.

For your convenience, please wear a hat and put on a decent amount of sunscreen before heading out under the sun to collect some rubbish. You may also bring your own water bottle in case you feel thirsty whilst the cleanup drive is ongoing.

After collecting and segregating all rubbish found at the Maroubra Beach, a little get together will be held under the covered area of the designated meeting place across Marini Cafe.



Here are some photos from the Clean It Up Maroubra Beach drive last February 2019:

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Volunteers for the cleanup drive
Photo credit: Maroubra Community/ Facebook
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Rubbish collected at the Maroubra Beach
Photo credit: Maroubra Community/ Facebook
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Segregating all rubbish collected from the cleanup
Photo credit: Maroubra Community/ Facebook

What are you waiting for? Save the date and be part of the second Clean It Up Maroubra Beach drive! Feel free to come with your best mates too.If you are active on social media, make sure to use the hashtag “#cleanitupmaroubra” on all your posts.