Beach Bucket for picking up rubbish

This is another simple idea to work with your local community to make a difference.

Buy some old metal buckets, place them at the beach, in the park or wherever you like. Let others know where they are on social media.  Everyone can help out cleaning up your favorite spots.


Instagram@thebucketprojectaustralia had the idea and it is spreading quickly.@life_islikeacamera launched five buckets across the Frankston beach area; Oliver’s Bill boat ramp, Frankston Pier, Frankston Yacht Club, Gould/Beach Street and Long Island Tennis Club. Their intended purpose; to clean up our beaches one bucket at a time, to take three for the sea and to spread little random acts of kindness for our sea and marine life.


66 Second Challenge has put buckets around Sydney's Northern Beaches at Freshwater, Curl Curl, South Narrabeen, North Narrabeen, Mona Vale, Bilgola, Avalon, Whale Beach and Palm Beach

Whale Beach

North Narrabeen

Curl Curl

South Narrabeen

Palm Beach

Mona Vale