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2017/12—Booderee National Park—Keep Booderee Beautiful Campaign

31 October 2017

Booderee National Park–Keep Booderee Beautiful Campaign
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Booderee National Park will be starting their Keep Booderee Beautiful campaign on Friday, 1 December 2017, with a clean-up starting at Green Patch day use area between 8.30 am–12.30 pm. Due to increasing amounts of rubbish being found in the national park over the past few years there is a need to raise the profile of this issue that impacts the local community and wildlife.

Parks Australia, HMAS Creswell, Booderee National Park and Jervis Bay Territory Administration staff will be taking part in the one-day clean-up to launch the campaign on the first day of summer. All members of the Jervis Bay Territory community are also invited to participate.

Rubbish bags, gloves and bins will be provided for volunteers and staff on the day but you will need to bring your own hat and sunscreen. A barbeque will be held with food and water provided to those assisting in the clean-up.

To promote the event, and the launch of the Keep Booderee Beautiful campaign, Booderee National Park will be inviting media to report on the clean-up effort. There will also be the opportunity to participate on social media via the following methods;

Use your preferred social media account to post a selfie of you doing your bit to keep our coast clean this summer by using #KeepBoodereeBeautiful on any of your social media options.

  • Facebook: post your selfies on Facebook and share them on the Booderee National Park Facebook wall
  • Twitter: use #KeepBoodereeBeautiful and tag @Parks_Australia
  • Instagram: use #KeepBoodereeBeautiful and tag @ParksAustralia

For more information, you can contact Booderee National Park on 44421006.

Chris Baseler
A/g Director
Jervis Bay Territory Administration