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Volunteers are wanted to help clean one of Australia’s most important waterways this Clean Up Australia Day

Craig DuncanHarvey-Waroona Reporter
The crew at the Leschenault Catchment Council's Clean Up Australia Day event in 2021.
Camera IconThe crew at the Leschenault Catchment Council's Clean Up Australia Day event in 2021. Credit: Supplied/RegionalHUB

Thousands of volunteers across the country are set to help clean up Australia next month.

The Leschenault Catchment Council is calling for volunteers to help at this year’s Clean Up Australia Day.

Running on March 3 from 9am at Foreshore Park in Australind, the group is planning to comb through the estuary’s banks collecting rubbish and tidying up.

According to the Clean Up Australia Day’s litter report, more than one million volunteers helped tidy beaches, parks and bushland last year across 17,000 sites nationwide.

The LCC is hoping to be a part of this tremendous effort and is offering the community a chance to win a $50 prize voucher for participating.

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The LCC urges participants to bring a hat, gloves and water bottle for a productive morning outside.

To register, visit https://events.humanitix.com/clean-up-24.

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