Clean Up Australia Day hits the media

[blockquote type=”blockquote_line” align=”right”]“We’ll be cleaning a one-kilometre stretch of (Point Impossible) beach in the nude, but we’ll be sure to put some clothes on when we clean the dunes and car park area” – Jenni[/blockquote]Great to see the community stepping up and representing us in the media – article in the Surf Coast Times in Victoria, titled “Clean Up, Nude or Not” (click on the link to read the article). It’s great to see nudists mentioned in articles like these – our interests cross over with the textile world at major events during the year so a positive article like this one goes a long way to showing we’re keen supporters of the wider community. And it was a top photo in the article as well, we all know it can be tough to get in front of the camera to represent the community to the wider public, so kudos to both Daryl and Jenni for their efforts.

We recommend you get involved, it would be great to get many more people along and grow our numbers from prior years – there are already two beaches registered for CUA (Pt Impossible in Victoria and Birdie Beach in NSW) and it would be fantastic to get lots of people along to show their support for the beaches we all enjoy (and also do some cleaning up as well!!). If you do get involved, remember to stick to the rules outlined by your site supervisor for your safety, and only be nude in areas where it is permitted.

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4 thoughts on “Clean Up Australia Day hits the media”

  1. Just to remind everyone that Alexandria Beach in QLD has also been registered for the Clean Up Australia Day campaign. Love to see more people there next year.

  2. It’s good to see, but is it just me or are the free beaches usually the cleanest in terms of brought in rubbish? I would be hard pressed to fill a bag at Cobblers – save for cigarette butts…

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