It's our much loved beach that has long captured the relaxed, generous and welcoming spirit of our neighbourhood. The beach attracts visitors from near and far to enjoy its soft sands and gentle waves. Given St Kilda Beach's world renown, the beach always loves a bit of TLC to keep it at its best.
Join the Port Phillip Greens for this year's annual Clean Up Australia Day event. Afterwards we will be meeting the Stonnington branch and special guest speaker Cr Katherine Copsey for a fabulous picnic in St Kilda Botanical Gardens.
Bring your friends! Everyone is welcome!
WHEN: Sunday 1st March at 10am
WHERE: Meet at Catani Arch, St Kilda Beach
WHAT TO BRING: Your own pair of reusable gloves. Wear suitable attire - closed shoes or boots. This event is single use plastic-free. Please bring your own drink bottle and be sun smart. Also bring a picnic basket and rug for lunch afterwards!
St Kilda Beach clean up. Meet at the monument in Catani Gardens. This clean up will encompass the areas adjacent to the shore south of the Catani Arch BBQ area and move towards the St Kilda Skate Park.
Travel/walk to St Kilda Botanical Gardens
Bring a yummy picnic basket and a rug to sit on as we join the Stonnington branch for an afternoon picnic lunch. Our Greens councillor Katherine Copsey (Lake Ward) will be talking to us about Sustainable Recycling Systems and give us an update on all things recycling in the Port Phillip district.
We respectfully acknowledge the Yalukut Weelam clan of the Boon Wurrung people as the first inhabitants, and the custodians of the lands where we live and work. We pay tribute to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and give respect to Elders past, present and emerging.