3182 Beach Patrol looks after the St Kilda Beaches, from Fraser Street to St Kilda Marina. These are some of the busiest beaches on Port Phillip Bay and capture a lot of litter from the Yarra River and large drains that empty onto the beach and due to the presence of the Harbour and Marina. If you live in 3182 or just love St Kilda beach and want to meet some enthusiastic like minded people who care for the beach and bay then contact the 3182 Beach Patrol and join us on our monthly beach cleans, at 9am on the second Saturday of each month. We clean a given section of the beach for an hour and then have a well earned coffee at one of the beach side cafes. Bring your own gloves, collection bags and litter pickers are provided but by all means bring your own. Visit and like us on Facebook too!
A massive thanks to the 37 of you that turned up and collected 103kg of litter from Turkey Toms Beach yesterday. This brings our total this year to 503kg, so we could be on track to get another tonne this year!
Despite the heavy rain beforehand twenty two 3182 Beach Patrollers braved the elements to clean up the St Kilda West beach.
We were rewarded with a break in the rain and collected 80kg of litter, plus one bicycle.
We continued our practise of collecting cigarette butts separately to send to Terracycle for recycling and found far less than on our last clean up of the St Kilda main beach.
We were visited by MOOP (Matter Out Of Place) Patrol who came long to film Guy Boston (our founder) and us for a video they were making about Beach Patrol.
3182 Beach Patrol had 32 volunteers that collected 63kg of litter, including over 6000 cigarette butts, for our April 2014 clean up of St KIlda Beach.
If you want to contribute to keeping St Kilda beaches clean then Sign up with 3182 Beach Patrol to become a member. As a member you will get:
100 volunteers removed 106kg of rubbish from St Kilda West beach.