Marine debris such as plastic bags, rubber balloons and plastic fragments may be confused with prey and ingested by marine wildlife, causing physical blockage in the digestive system that can lead to internal injuries and starvation.

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Whitsunday Previous Clean Up

2016

TOTAL MARINE DEBRIS COLLECTED IN 2016: 11,140 Kgs

2015

TOTAL MARINE DEBRIS COLLECTED IN 2015: 20,965 kgs

2014

TOTAL MARINE DEBRIS COLLECTED IN 2014: 12,607 kgs

2013

TOTAL MARINE DEBRIS COLLECTED IN 2013: 37,908 kgs

(Including 23,600 kgs collected as part of the ex-Tropical Cyclone Oswald clean up)

2012

TOTAL MARINE DEBRIS COLLECTED IN 2012: 9,524 kgs

2011

TOTAL MARINE DEBRIS COLLECTED IN 2011: 3,816 kgs

2010

TOTAL MARINE DEBRIS COLLECTED IN 2010: 51,968 kgs

(Including 48,718 kgs collected as part of the Cyclone Ului clean up)

2009

TOTAL MARINE DEBRIS COLLECTED IN 2009: 3,758 kgs




Marine debris removed from the
Whitsunday islands since July 2009
= 171,316 kilograms