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4 MILE BEACH MONTHLY CLEAN-UP|
When: Wednesday 13th December 2023 | 1pm – 4pm
Where: Daintree Lounge at the Sheraton Grand Mirage, Port Douglas
To Register: Please email [email protected]
Looking for a way to be part of practical solutions for our environment? Four Mile Beach in Port Douglas is one of our longest-running QLD beach monitoring sites. We have been cleaning and collecting data from this site each month for the past 12 years.
Volunteers need to wear enclosed shoes, bring sun/rain protection, and plenty of drinking water (1 to 2 litres is recommended). We try to ensure that all Tangaroa Blue events are free from single-use plastic, so bring along your reusable water bottle.
All equipment and drinking water top-ups will be provided. To register or for any questions, please email [email protected]. Thank you for dedicating your energy towards protecting our oceans, and we look forward to seeing you out on the beach!
A huge thank you to the Mostyn Family Foundation for funding this clean-up event.
|30.11.2023 10:25||Stef||[email protected]|
|2.||CHRISTMAS DAY CHURCH SERVICES and other Christmas events.||28.11.2023 15:24||Janelle Shrimpton||[email protected]|
SURF LIFESAVING NORTH QUEENSLAND 2023 VOLUNTEER PATROL SEASON COMES TO AN END|
Our North Queensland Surf Life Saving Volunteer Patrol Season will finish in Port Douglas on 26th November 2023.
At this time the Australian Lifeguard service will take over patrolling on weekends and public holidays until the Volunteers from Port Douglas Surf Life Saving Club return on 29th March 2024.
Thank you to all of the members at Port Douglas SLSC who volunteer their time to keep our community and visitors safe on 4 Mile Beach, your commitment and dedication is appreciated.
2024 Sign on Day for new members will be held on 10th March 2024 at the club for anyone interested in getting involved in Lifesaving.
|27.11.2023 16:46||Karen Smith-Marron||[email protected]|
These are both Open Meetings. Anyone is welcome to attend!
|23.11.2023 08:03||Matt||[email protected]|
TURTLE NESTING SEASON|
November to March
Did you know that it is turtle nesting season?
To give these beautiful babies the best chance at life, please:
Stay off vegetation to avoid trampling nests
Do not drive cars and quad bikes on our beaches
Keep nesting beaches dark and safe for sea turtles. Turn off, shield, or redirect lights visible from the beach. (Lights disorient hatchling sea turtles and discourage nesting females from coming onto the beach to lay their eggs);
Do not disturb nesting turtles, nests, or hatchlings;
Fill in holes and knock down sandcastles before you leave the beach. (They can become obstacles for nesting turtles or emerging hatchlings); and
Remember that dogs must always be on a leash at any of our beaches.
If you notice any turtle stranding, or other wildlife in distress, please call 1300 130 372
|12.11.2023 15:52||Gurringun Aboriginal Corporation||[email protected]|
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