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Team Clean are all over the news!
Woooohoooo! We've been getting some amazing media over the past 24 hours. Check out ... The ace story that ABC news ran A cracker piece from The Mercury AND a pearler story that aired on Southern Cross news, right here ...
Team Clean are all over the news!
Team Clean are all over the news!
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Lay day in Bond Bay
Day 9 - Friday 9 March After a record breaking count on day 8 (of nearly 40,000 pieces!!), the cleanup team was delighted to hear the skippers announce that day nine was going to be a leisure day. For the first time in cleanup history, the team did not pick...
Lay day in Bond Bay
Lay day in Bond Bay
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Nye Bay and South Giblin River
Day 8 - Thursday 8 March Our 8th day on clean up 2018 turned out to be a day of contrasts. The morning surf crew got lucky this time and snuffled a sweet sunrise session with "Go Hard" Gerhard scoring wave of the day on a challenging right hander. After a q...
Nye Bay and South Giblin River
Nye Bay and South Giblin River
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Nye Bay and the Giblin River
Day 7 – Wednesday 7 March With the promise of good conditions and the wind easing, we took our window of opportunity to head north, steaming off early from Green Island Main. Nye Bay is a favourite for the team with huge coastal dunes and the mouth of the G...
Nye Bay and the Giblin River
Nye Bay and the Giblin River
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Green Island Main, Alfred Bight and Denn’s Gulch
Day 6 - Tuesday 6 March The surfers woke up at 5am but the surf was not up. We converged at the first site, Alfred Bight. This area had a large amount of micro plastic in amongst the rotting stinking kelp, an unfortunate place to spend a few hours. Desolate...
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Wild winds and orange bellied parrots
Coastwatchers - Day 4  Wild winds forced us to seek safe harbour today, and our flotilla anchored up in Port Davey. Whilst there was some rest and recuperation for the crew, we also made the most of the opportunity to visit this magnificent part of the worl...
Wild winds and orange bellied parrots
Wild winds and orange bellied parrots
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Team Clean on the telly!
Check out this awesome story that Southern Cross News aired last night!
Team Clean on the telly!
Team Clean on the telly!
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Persistence pays off!
Team Clean will be steaming into Hobart today round midday after another successful expedition! Check out our media alert below and please come down to the docks to wave us in  if you're in Hobart town round lunchtime. Media Alert Persistence pays off Sunda...
Persistence pays off!
Persistence pays off!
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School kids and Team Clean gearing up to tackle plastic pollution
Tasmania’s most extreme beach cleaners (that's us) have launched a ground-breaking education program ahead of their annual expedition to clean up some of Australia’s most remote beaches in Tasmania’s spectacular World Heritage Area. “As a society we are sti...
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A huge thank you from Team Clean!
Team Clean would like to extend the MOST enormous thank you to the organisations, businesses and individuals that made the 2016 expedition possible. Cleaning these incredibly remote ecosystems doesn’t come cheap, and without the incredible support of these...
A huge thank you from Team Clean!
A huge thank you from Team Clean!
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