Clean Up Hervey Bay Pacific Whale Foundation Eco Adventures Australia
Save the Date!
Help keep our waterways clean and safe for our marine life and for the whales when they return in 2024! Please join us for our series of Clean-Up Hervey Bay community events which aim to remove debris from our environment … AND you could WIN tickets for 4 people to a whale-watching experience with us!*
All Clean-Up Hervey Bay events will operate out of Pier Park, Urangan. Working with the Tangaroa Blue methodology and Australian Marine Debris Initiative app, become a citizen scientist and contribute to efforts to reduce marine debris – one of the major threats to our marine life! Be a conservation champion and help us to protect our local marine life. 
Sunday 4 February, 8am – Featuring a presentation by Ali from Turtles in Trouble Rescue Inc
Sunday 5 May, 8am – Are you spending the long weekend in Hervey Bay? This is a great way to give back to a community which hosts thousands of visitors every year.
Sunday 23 June, 8am – The whales are soon entering the Bay on their migration north, and we want to make sure they have the healthiest and cleanest waterways to play and rest in!
Sunday 14 July, 8am – Last chance to get involved and Clean-Up the local waterways before the official start of the 2024 Whale Watching season!
Sunday 20 October, 8am – As the last whales play in the Bay, we say goodbye to another 2024 season with a community Clean-Up day to celebrate out beautiful waterways!
We hope you can join us! More information about each event will be available closer to the date.

 A big thank you to our supporters and volunteers who make these events possible!

*T&Cs apply. Please see in store for details.
Pacific Whale Foundation has been researching threats to cetacean life since the 1980s. Five Major Threats have been identified to cetacean life.
Five Major Threats