Central Coast News
Kayak Social Group takes to the Brisbane Water for Clean Up Australia Day
They piled it into an empty kayak which was towed along as a rubbish barge and disposed of it once back at Gosford Sailing Club, taking the recycling with them. Among the rubbish were containers, plastic bags, straws, packaging, Styrofoam, a deck chair and tennis balls of all different sizes.
The KCC paddle group are ecologically minded and have a strong appreciation for our local Central Coast community, waterways and environment. A kayak allows us a unique opportunity to clean up and explore areas of our waterways that are not accessible by boat, car or foot. The KCC Group is planning to continue running regular clean up paddles across the Central Coast to keep our waterways beautiful. If you know of any local waterways which need a clean up please get in contact.
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