Saturday 4 th October was a beautiful day on the coast for our first springtime One Hour Power Clean. Lots of rubbish was collected and a lot of curious onlookers asked questions at our information stall....If you'd like to start a One Hour Power Clean Team in your area please drop us a line and we'll help you get started!
Operation Sea Eagle will be busy this springtime!
We be monitoring local water quality near outfalls in the area and also we have some power cleans on the Bass Coast beaches.
Springtime is a great time to check out a movie about adventure, surfing and the environment,
This award winning film will help raise COF much needed funds
Come along to Inverloch and do your bit to help keep the ocean clean1
If you like surfing the screening of Uncharted at Inverloch on April 16th is a must see.
All proceeds go to COF.
Pre-purchase tickets here
What a fantastic event our Litter Art Exhibition was!
A big thanks to all those who helped make the event the success it was!
You can check out the great video of the event here
We are very excited to announce that Clean Ocean Foundation’s new patron, acclaimed Australian Children’s author, Alison Lester has opened our Litter Art Exhibition.
Born in Foster, Alison has had a lifelong love affair with the beach which started through her holidays spent at Walkerville South, where she drew inspiration for her much loved book “The Magic Beach”.
The exhibition displays pieces by prominent local artists and as work contributed by several primary schools from the Bass Coast and South Gippsland region all related to the problem of litter that pollutes the ocean and threatens marine wildlife.
If you missed the exhibition, it will also be on display at the Inverloch Community Hub over January
Power Clean #3 - Inverloch 27 Oct 2013
See Video Here
Warm, sunny conditions were perfect for the Clean Ocean Power Clean team to collected all this rubbish along the Inverloch foreshore in just one hour! The Power Cleans, are part of Operation Sea Eagle and ongoing project to keep an “Eagle Eye” on pollution along the Bass Coast
Along with all beach side rubbish the Sea Eagle team also found some household rubbish dumped on the foreshore. On investigation the Sea Eagle team discovered some very strong evidence as to who was responsible and have handed this on to the Bass Coast Shire Council for further investigation and probable prosecution.
A big thank you to everyone who turned out to donate an hour of their weekend time to help this morning, including local Cr. Jordan Crugnale!
On Saturday night 15 June at Inverloch, Clean Ocean Foundation and Bass Coast Boardriders held their Winter Rock fundraiser featuring Company Exposed. All proceeds will go to Operation Sea Eagle that monitors the marine environment along Bass Coast.
Congratulations to all who had fun cleaning up the beach in our Power Clean Up. We got the job done even with some horsing around!
There'll be more 1 hour Power Clean Ups soon.......
Our Future Depends on a Clean Ocean
Our future is bound to the health of the one ocean we all share.
Worldwide, there are many groups striving to give our ocean a voice.
This is the role of Clean Ocean Foundation in Australia.