3016 Beachpatrol Williamstown Beaches


3016 Beach Patrol - Williamstown

The historic old colonial area of Williamstown exudes charm.  3016Beachpatrol based in Williamstown is there to help their beaches out.  Positioned on the corner of the Port Phillip Bay and the mouth of the Yarra river, Williamstown gets more than its fare share of careless littering.

We meet once a month for one hour to clean up one of our beaches.  We are often joined by other groups with the same goals.

Follow us on our Facebook page as well to get the latest updates.


How much difference has 3016 group made in this year?

Kgs of rubbish collectedShopping bags of rubbishVolunteer HoursBottles & cans

How much difference has 3016 group made in Previous years?

Kgs of rubbish collectedShopping bags of rubbishVolunteer HoursBottles & cans

Most Recent 3016 Group Activities

3016 Williamstown April 2018 Beach Clean by 3016@beachpatrol.com.au

3016 Williamstown March 2018 Beach Clean by 3016@beachpatrol.com.au

3016 Feb 2018 Clean Up by 3016@beachpatrol.com.au

Another solid effort this morning. 12 amazing volunteers removed 21.9kgs of rubbish from Willi Beach: 70 bottles and cans, tub of cigarettes, straws, plastic bags, confectionery wrappers, hard plastic, soft plastic.. too much plastic! Thanks to everyone who shared their Saturday morning with us.

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3016 BP Contact Details

If you live in the area and want to contribute to keeping your beaches clean then Sign up with 3016 BeachPatrol to become a member. As a member you will get

  • Email updates on news and upcoming activities
  • Free BeachPatrol Tee shirt
  • Share some together time at a local cafe after the 
  • beach cleaning session
  • Participate in BeachPatrol social functions

Next 3016 Beach Clean

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Last 3016 Group Data

Activity DateNo. bagslitter - KgHrs

Last 3016 Group Activity

3016 June Beach Patrol by 3016@beachpatrol.com.au
It’s winter which means the beach is quiet! But 12 fab volunteers managed to pick up 12.6kgs of rubbish in 60 minutes this morning. 52 recyclables were diverted from landfill and we picked up lots of cigarette butts and micro plastics too!

In this year

Most Common Items selected
Drink Containers. All bottles and cans for CDS count
Cigarette butts
Plastic chip bags and confectionary wrappers

Spotting plastic nurdles

This year todate - Recording started after Oct 2015


In previous years