Centennial Parklands congratulates the Clean Up Australia Day organisation for reaching its 25th anniversary – a great effort by a movement making a real difference in the community.

Every year we register as a ‘Clean Up’ site, so if you feel like doing something good, then join us for Clean Up Australia Day right here in Centennial Parklands.

Hundreds and hundreds of bags of rubbish and debris have been cleared from our parklands and waterways over the years. Now you can help.

 

Next event details

 

  • Time: 9.30am to 12.30pm
  • Date: 1 March 2015
  • Meeting location: Banksia Way, Centennial Park (just opposite CP Dining)

Further information is available online.

Here is a small photo tribute to those who have made a difference in years gone by (maybe you might see yourself!).

 

Clean Up Australia Day - Centennial Park 1

Clean Up Australia Day - Centennial Park 2

Clean Up Australia Day - Centennial Park 3

Clean Up Australia Day - Centennial Park 4

 

So come and congratulate Clean Up Australia Day for reaching a significant milestone and help keep these Parklands beautiful.

 

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