Clean Up Australia Day
Clean Up Australia Day is Australia's largest annual community-based environmental event.
Each year thousands of volunteers collect rubbish from parks, waterways, nature reserves and bushland across Australia.
Register a site for 2017
Registrations are now open for Clean Up Australia Day on Sunday 5 March 2017.
This is an opportunity to take a look around your local area - your streets, parks, sporting grounds, reserves and waterways to find those litter hotspots that need attention and register a local site for 2017.
If you do register a site for Clean Up Australia Day you must do it at least 2 weeks before the event. Clean Up Australia will send you a pack of materials including bags, gloves and other equipment directly by post, but it can take up to 2 weeks for these to arrive.
To register a site, visit Clean Up Australia Day or call 1800 CUA DAY (1800 282 329). If you require Council to collect the rubbish you will need to contact Council after you have registered the site with Clean Up Australia Day.
You can also register to volunteer at a registered site in your neighbourhood on the Clean Up Australia Day website.
Council and Clean Up Australia Day
Council will collect the rubbish that volunteers pick up on Clean Up Australia Day. You must contact Council to organise a pick up location after you have registered your site.
Business Clean Up Day
By participating in Business Clean Up Day on Tuesday 28 February 2017, you are doing your part to promote a clean, healthy and sustainable environment. The event inspires businesses to work towards improving their environmental impact as well as being a great team building exercise.
Businesses can register for Business Clean Up Day at Clean Up Australia Day to clean up and conserve their local environment, either at their own workplace or further afield.
Schools Clean Up Day
The next Schools Clean Up Day is on Friday 3 March 2017.
Your School can participate by registering at Clean Up Australia Day. You will receive a School's Clean Up Kit and a Site Guide for information on how to prepare your event.
Since 1992, Schools Clean Up Day has allowed thousands of school students to participate in Clean Up Australia as part of their school community.
Clean up the World
After gaining the support of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Clean Up the World was launched in 1993. Clean Up the World involves about 30 million people in 80 countries.