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Clean Up, Up Cronulla Day!

Sharks Have Heart are inviting local residents, family, friends and lovers of Cronulla's beaches to be a part of the inaugural "Clean Up, Up Cronulla" day, a family fun beach clean-up and educational event, to be held at North Cronulla Beach on January 12.

Participants who pick up two or more pieces of litter from Cronulla beach will be entered into a raffle and rewarded with interactions and autographs with Sharks players.

There will be an inflatable fun zone, face painting and prizes including an autographed Sharks jersey, gift certificates from Quicksilver Cronulla, and other great items.

Enjoying Cronulla's ocean and beaches is an integral part of life for Sutherland Shire residents, with "Clean Up, Up Cronulla" aimed at raising awareness about ocean litter, plastic pollution and to provide information on how individuals can protect the Shire's beaches through their actions.

Sharks Have Heart will provide a pass the ball activation, with NRL squad members also present at "Clean Up, Up Cronulla" as we look to do our part to help ensure the beaches are a clean place for everyone to enjoy.

For the "Clean Up, Up Cronulla" event Sharks Have Heart are partnering with the Sutherland Shire Council, the Cronulla Chamber of Commerce and the Surfrider Foundation's Cronulla branch, an organisation dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the ocean, waves and beaches.

The Surf Rider Foundation and Sutherland Shire council will be displaying educational stalls on the day.
"Clean Up, Up Cronulla" will take place between 10am and 2pm at North Cronulla on Saturday, January 12, so mark the date in the calendar, bring family and friends, and join the Sharks and Sharks Have Heart in learning how to keep Cronulla's beaches and ocean clean.

Acknowledgement of Country

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks respect and honour 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.