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Published Friday 28 February 2020
Tags:General, Environment

Find a site for Clean Up Australia Day

Community groups, schools and businesses across Mitchell Shire are stepping up to clean up on Clean Up Australia Day, and residents are encouraged to roll up their sleeves and get involved as well.

A number of sites have been registered across the municipality to join in the clean up on Sunday 1 March in Broadford, Kilmore, Seymour, Wallan and Upper Plenty.

The day gives residents the chance to showcase their community pride by coming together to improve the appearance of local public spaces while supporting the environment at the same time.

All volunteers are advised to bring a hat, gloves, sunscreen, drinking water and to wear closed toe shoes.

Are you in? Join us at one of these sites:


  • Date: Sunday 1 March
  • Organisation: Broadford Lions Club
  • Site location: Broadford roadside (Meet at Scout Hall)
  • Time 9am-12pm

High Camp

  • Date: Sunday 1 March
  • Site location: Northern Highway, High Camp - Moranding
  • Time: 7.30am-10am


  • Date: Saturday 29 February
  • Organisation: Kilmore McDonald's
  • Site location: Hudson Park (8 Sydney Street)
  • Time: 9am-12pm


  • Date: Sunday 1 March
  • Organisation: McDonald's Seymour
  • Site location: Kings Park (Tallarook Street)
  • Time: 11am-1pm


  • Date: Monday 24 February
  • Organisation: Wallan McDonald's
  • Site location: Hadfield Park (High Street)
  • Time: 4.30pm-6.30pm


  • Date: Sunday 1 March
  • Organisation: Wallan Environment Group
  • Site location: Wallan Scout Hall car park (corner Watson and Windham Streets)

Upper Plenty

  • Date: Sunday 1 March
  • Site location: Upper Plenty (meet at Mahadys Road mailboxes)
  • Time: 9am-12pm
“We are encouraging all of our residents to join in on Sunday 1 March to collect as much waste as possible before it causes harm to our beautiful public spaces,” he said.
Mitchell Shire Mayor Councillor David Lowe

Quotes attributable to Mitchell Shire Mayor Councillor David Lowe

“Unfortunately, litter and dumped rubbish pollutes our streets, parks, bushland and waterways, impacting on one of our greatest assets – nature.

“Clean Up Australia Day is fun, easy and anyone can take part. I commend the local groups that are organising a clean-up for their area and thank everyone who will take part this on Sunday.”

This page was last updated on 21 May 2020.