Sources of ocean-based debris include commercial fishing vessels, military and research vessels, recreational boats and cruise ships, as well as offshore platforms and supply vessels.

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Whitsunday Previous Clean Up 2009

17th November 2009 

Sponsor: Reef Catchments
Saba Bay, Hook Island
6 Volunteers

305 kgs of marine debris collected

5th November 2009

Sponsor: Reef Catchments
Grimston Point, Mainland
8 Volunteers

651 kgs of marine debris collected 

19th September 2009

Sponsor: Reef Catchments
Turtle Bay, Whitsunday Island
7 Volunteers

230 kgs of marine debris collected 

17th September 2009

Sponsor: Reef Catchments
Grimston Point, Double Bay Hut, Mainland
8 Volunteers

2,000 kgs of marine debris collected 

16th September 2009 Clean up Australia Day

Sponsor: Eco Barge Services
Roma Point, South Molle Island
10 Volunteers

180 kgs of marine debris collected 

20th August 2009

Sponsor: Reef Catchments
Long Island (beaches facing south-east)
4 Volunteers

192 kgs of marine debris collected  

15th August 2009

Sponsor: Reef Catchments
Double Cone Island and Double Bay Hut, Mainland
7 Volunteers

200 kgs of marine debris collected




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