Trash Safari: Cleaning Up the Coast

September 25th, 2014 · No Comments · News


Fighting cigarettes, on the beaches and in the dunes…This week two young surfers, Nat Woods and Daniel Smith, set off on the Trash Safari – a journey that started at Sunshine Beach in Queensland. They are the founders of the Clean Coast Collective and believe passionately that no-one should walk past litter on the coast…Over coming months they will be organising events around the Australian continent…

In their own words:


“We’ve been looking over the maps and it’s time to tackle Australia’s epic coastline, cleaning as many beaches as we can.

Starting from Noosa, QLD, we’re on a roundtrip of Oz – catching waves, picking up trash and meeting Australia’s salty folk along the way. Every single piece of trash that we pick up will be added to the Clean Coast Tally and the Australian Marine Debris Database.”

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