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Council and Bulldogs Team Up To Clean Up

City of Canterbury Bankstown has teamed up with the Bulldogs to tackle litter and encourage residents to join Australia’s biggest clean-up campaign.

More than 70 clean-up sites across Canterbury-Bankstown will be targeted by eager volunteers this Clean Up Australia Day, including schools, businesses, river foreshores and parklands.

Locals can also roll up their sleeves and join the clean-up team at more than 30 locations open to the community on Sunday 3 March.

Canterbury-Bankstown Mayor Bilal El-Hayek urged residents not to watch from the sidelines and to get involved: “I encourage everyone to pull out your gloves, find a clean-up site near you and play your part in keeping our City clean,” Mayor El-Hayek said.

“We’re lucky to have a range of amazing natural assets in Canterbury-Bankstown, from rivers and wetlands to some fantastic parks and bushland. Keeping these areas beautiful is a team effort so they can be enjoyed for generations to come. That’s why we’re supporting Clean Up Australia Day again this year.”

Last year, Canterbury-Bankstown volunteers collected 80 kilograms of rubbish on Clean Up Australia Day.

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs CEO Aaron Warburton said they are pleased to join the clean-up effort this year.

“Clean Up Australia Day is an important initiative and we’re glad to join forces with Council to spread the message,” Warburton said.

“It really does take a team to keep our City clean. We’ll be getting our hands dirty to help clean up the community and hope that residents join the cause.”

To find a clean-up site near you, visit

Acknowledgement of Country

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs respect and honour the Darug and Eora nations, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.