Wellington Museum Waterfront Cleanup | Sustainable Coastlines

Event impacts

Event Details

Jan 2019
We will Provide for Registed Participants:
  • Bags
  • Gloves
  • Rubbish Disposal
  • 1st Aid Trained Staff
  • Light refreshments and Water
  • Litter Transect Methodology
What to bring:
  • Sturdy shoes (hiking boots are best)
  • Raincoat (essential) and warm clothes
  • Filled water bottle
  • Snacks
  • Hat
  • Backpack (big enough for at least a first aid kit, your water bottle and a clipboard).
  • If you want to bring a music box for your team do so.
  • Dry top if you like (we might get rained on).

An amazing day at the beautiful Wellington waterfront.

Huge thanks to Wellington Museum who helped us organise a huge end of the holidays cleanup along the beautiful Wellington Waterfront.

With an eclectic crew, representing all the diversity that wellington has to offer we had corporate groups, families, embassies, government offices and many more caring members of the Wellington community.

In just over 2 hours we had more than 80 people pick up a massive haul of 2000 litres of rubbish between the Wellington Museum and Waitangi Park.

It was a hugely successful day and a real eye opener for some of the volunteers.

Thanks to Phoenix Drinks for the refreshments, and a huge thanks to Wellington Museum for hosting the event.

Come join us for a Wellington Waterfront Cleanup at 12 noon on Friday January 18th

Registered Participants can pick up your gloves and bags from the Wellington Museum and we’ll help set up a litter transect and audit the rubbish we find.

We’ll get out before the schools go back for a fun, family day, enjoying the waterfront, the beautiful Wellington Weather (fingers crossed) and help cleanup one of the most-loved features in Wellington City.

Partnering with the Wellington Museum who call this place home, after the cleanup, why not go check out some of the amazing exhibits at the Wellington Museum.