Come and join us for our Dee Why beach clean up. We'll meet close to the lagoon and council car park at the northern end at Dee Why beach - see map above. We have clean and washed gloves, bags and buckets. We'll clean up the grass area to try and catch the litter before it hits the beach as well as cleaning the beach, trying to remove as much plastic, cigarette butts and rubbish as possible. We're a friendly group of people and everyone is welcome to this family friendly event (just leave political, religious and business messages at home so everyone feel welcome). It's a nice community - make some new friends and do a good deed for the planet at the same time. Message us on Facebook or Instagram if you are lost - no booking required. Please invite family and friends and share this event. It's a family friendly event - everyone is welcome. This is a covid safe event so everyone must please stay 1,5 meters apart if you are not in the same household. If we are more than 30 people, we will have enough space to split in to more groups in this area.
All clean ups - CANCELLED until Covid-19 restrictions ease. See you in November!
We are sad to announce that our clean ups are temporarily cancelled. We love all crew members and each and everyone of you bring so much kindness and hope for this planet but for the safety for all of you and the state the world is in right now with the Covid-19 virus we have made the heartfelt decision to cancel our future events, until advised we can have them back on again. The ocean and local environment still needs us, so if you're feeling well and you're out walking picking up rubbish, please feel free to send us your pics and we'll share it on our social media. The good deed for the planet will never stop. ❤🌏 #northernbeachescleanupcrew#beachcleanup
Curl Curl Clean Up, February 2020
We just want to say a massive THANK YOU to everyone who came along and helped make Curl Curl a bit cleaner today. More than 13,233 pieces of rubbish were picked up, sorted and counted. Love all the kind people coming together doing a good deed for the planet and making new friends at the same time. The oldest item we found today was a margarine tub with best before date January 1988. Plastic never go away, it just breaks to smaller and smaller pieces. Let's make this planet a better place by buying reducing our single-use-plastic footprint and inspire our friends to do the same. Our clean ups are always the last Sunday of every month at 10 am.
Narrabeen Clean Up, January, 2020
We would like to say a massive thank you to all the lovely crew members who came along this hot day to help clean up Narrabeen lagoon. Over eighty people chipped in (not everyone is in this pic) to help make our planet a better and cleaner place. What looks clean, you'll soon discover is not particular clean and honestly don't we all prefer to swim, paddleboard and dive in clean waters? Some of the more odd items found today were a saucepan, a piece of a printer and a holder for a cigarette lighter. Sadly, we found (as we always do) some plastic items with chew marks on them. By not disposing of our rubbish properly we are killing our precious wildlife, both on land and at sea. To help keeping our planet clean reduce your single-use plastic footprint and be a hero like people in this picture and pick up some rubbish even if it's not yours. Thank you again to all legends who came and helped out today. Hope to see you on one of our clean ups in the future again. Our clean ups are always the last Sunday of every month at 10am. We will post about our February clean up within a few days. #northernbeachescleanupcrew#friends
Dee Why Beach Clean Up, November, 2019
We would like to thank all lovely crew members who came and helped clean up Dee Why beach yesterday. Over one hundred people turned up to give away some of their time on Sunday morning to make this planet and particularly our local area a better and more beautiful place to live. The crew is ALL OF US and we are so honoured and happy to getting to know more and more of you amazing people. Who would have thought that cleaning a beach could be so wonderful? Some of our interesting finds were a broken scooter, broken chairs, extremely old milk that made some of us gag (and laugh), a bicycle, real estate signs and the usual suspects; food wraps, cigarette butts, drink bottles, straws, cans and sadly a dead bird entangled in a balloon string. We'll be down at Manly beach front (South Steyne) next Sunday (1st of Dec between 10am - 4pm) as part of Manly Ocean Festival with an information stall (no clean up). We'd love to see you there. More than 30 environmental organisations will have stalls set up at this free event. #northernbeachescleanupcrew#friends#beachcleanup#loveManly#community
Bilgola Beach Clean Up, October, 2019
Bilgola Beach Clean up. Over 50 crew cleaned up over 1642 items from the beach and the bush. What looked like a pristine beach shocked many when we so the final results after 60 minutes of picking up litter. Thank you again to all the awesome crew - we are all very grateful to get to know more likeminded and caring people, both regulars and new crew members chipped in as usual. One of our youngest crew members came even though she had a sore ankle and we did miss our friend Miles who had nippers. Hope to see all of you legends again next month.
Clontarf Clean up, September 2019
3447 items including 883 cigarette butts were picked up by the crew in September's clean up in Clontarf. Thank you so much to all legends who came along and helped out. We love having you part of the crew.
Mona Vale Beach Clean Up, August 2019
The biggest haul today were the cigarette butts. The Crew picked up 2134 cigarette butts today on Mona Vale Beach. One cigarette in water for about 96 hours leaches out enough toxins to kill half of the fish exposed to them. And just one butt can poison 40 liters of water. How many fish did The Crew help today?
Dee Why Lagoon Clean Up, July, 2019
A crew of over 60 people of all ages and nationalities came together in July to clean up Dee Why lagoon. 507 plastic straws, 532 plastic lids, 1350 food wraps, 2155 pieces of plastic bags, 400 pieces of Styrofoam, 68 glass bottles and much more were picked up today. A total of 8942 items counted and categorised. A huge thank you to everyone who are part of the crew. We are so incredibly thankful for each and everyone and we are so happy to know you amazing people. We cannot thank you enough for what you do to help spreading awareness about plastic pollution, making changes for a better world and turning up on a cold Sunday morning with a smile. You are all awesome!
Winnererremy Bay Clean Up, June 2019
A massive thank you to all crew members who came and cleaned up Winnererremy Bay today. As always, we love meeting you and seeing that so many people care about our local environment and wildlife makes us really happy. This was a fairly clean spot which is something we should celebrate. A short run down on numbers today: 76 crew, a total of 4968 pieces of rubbish picked up in an hour. 980 cigarette butts, 112 straws and cutlery, 273 toys, 163 plastic lids, 162 plastic bags, 876 food wraps, 102 non food wraps, 107 plastic bottles, 322 hard plastic bits, 349 pieces of Styrofoam, 402 pieces of broken glass, 60 glass bottles, 42 aluminium cans, 113 metal lids, 196 pieces of balloons, 536 glitter stars and much more. All of these items are now gone from nature thanks to you. We can't thank you enough!
Curl Curl Lagoon Clean Up, May, 2019
374 toys (mainly balls), 422 plastic lids, 234 drink bottles, 1303 plastic food wraps, 697 plastic remnants, 1418 pieces of Styrofoam, 2104 pieces of broken glass, 102 aluminium cans, 2 chairs, 1 hand luggage bag, 2 tents, 1 broken drone, 6 picnic blankets and some shoes, socks and undies and much more were picked up by this amazing crew today. Thank you so much to all the awesome crew members who turned up today to help make this world a better place.
Freshwater Beach Clean Up, April 2019
Northern Beaches Clean Up Crew tackles Styrofoam problems at Freshwater Beach in April 2018. We picked up 1664 plastic straws, 212 plastic lids, 82 plastic super market bags, 84 drink bottles, 854 plastic food wraps, 96 pieces of hard plastic, 612 pieces of plastic remnants, 181 random plastic bits, thousands of Styrofoam balls, 214 beer bottles, 477 pieces of broken glass, 106 aluminium cans, 198 metal lids, 32 balloons or pieces of balloons, 19 thongs, 1 table and 1 broken dinosaur suit and much more. A massive thank you to everyone!
Little Manly Clean Up, March 2019
It was a very cold and windy day when the crew met at Little Manly Beach in March. We had a great crew of lovely people of different ages and nationalities who chipping in for a good cause. It was so windy that we couldn't count the rubbish on the day but we found "the usual suspects" - cigarette butts, water bottles, food wraps, plastic bags, straws and much more. The lovely restaurant "The Hold" wanted to help out spreading kindness around and shouted everyone who participated in the clean up a free lunch. How amazing are they! Kindness surely makes the world go around.
Turimetta Beach Clean Up, February 2019
Turimetta Beach, February 2019 was another good day with lots of new crew members who worked hard. This was one of the cleanerbeaches we've seen so far but we still filled 13 bags of rubbish. 81 plastic bottles, 327 pieces of plastic food packaging, 58 pieces of foam, 234 glass bottles, 124 metal bottle tops, 52 cigarettes, 59 plant pots, 4 butter knives and much more was pickedup by this awesomecrew today. Please help spreading awareness about plastic pollution and come along to our nextcleanup. We have ourclean ups the last Sunday of every month at 10am.
Dee Why Lagoon Clean Up, January 2019
Dee Why Lagoon January 2019 was a very hot day and it was the day after Australia Day so we hoped but didn't expect many crew members but yet we had over 50 people coming along to our event and more than 18,000 pieces of rubbish were picked up - thousands of plastic bottles, furniture, an old Medicare card from 1986 and a fire dishstinguisher.