Fraser Island Clean Up

Fraser Island Clean Up

Four Wheel Drive Queensland cleaning up Fraser Island (K’gari)

Posted on 01.02.2019

Four Wheel Drive Queensland has been cleaning up Fraser Island (K’gari) since 2001 with the event held annually over a weekend with Four Wheel Drive Queensland affiliated clubs and their members volunteering their time to clean and weed this World Heritage Island.

Four Wheel Drive Queensland works closely with Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service as the driving force behind this event. Four Wheel Drive Queensland Fraser Island Clean Up does not receive government funding and therefore we solely rely on support from sponsors to ensure the events continuation into the future.

Four Wheel Drive Queensland is the peak body representing the common interest of four wheel drive owners and club members across Queensland. By advocating on behalf of our members, we aim to improve recreational four wheel driving, protect the environment, encourage education and knowledge sharing whilst creating fun and active outdoor communities across Queensland. 

Dates
10 May 2019 – Friday
11 May 2019 – Saturday
12 May 2019 – Sunday
13 May 2019 – Monday

What else can I do?

When you are on a trip whether it is driving or camping take your rubbish with you. Always carry spare bags / containers that you can use to collect your unwanted rubbish in. Whilst you are enjoying your time whether it be 4WDing or camping collect others unwanted rubbish as you go.

Did you know that in 2018 volunteers cleaned the beach from the Inskip barge landing site to south Ngkala rocks including south Waddy and major tourist destinations such as Lake McKenzie, Central Station, Champagne Pools, Lake Birrabeen and Lake Boomanjin with a staggering 6,974 kg of waste removed!!!!

 

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