Mordialloc Beach Patrol

Environment and sustainabilityHealth & wellbeing
Mordialloc Beach Patrol is one of five Kingston groups (20 groups Bay wide) and are dedicated to clean-up and recycle litter from our beaches and parks. Mordialloc Beach Patrol meets at the Rotunda, Peter Scullin Reserve, 09:00~10:00 AM on the 2nd Sunday of every month for a 1 hour clean.

Mordialloc BeachPatrolers ensure that our social spaces are safe and clean for all to enjoy. We promote recycling and campaign for litter solutions on our beaches and reserves. 

Our aim is to educate by example and drive down the amount of litter in our environment. In just five one hour monthly sessions we have removed over 10,000 toxic cigarette butts, 69 kg of rubbish and recycled nearly 300 bottles/cans from our environment.

We are family friendly and encourage families to joins us.

Opening Hours

We usually meet 2nd Sunday of each month.


The Rotunda - Peter Scullin Reserve, Beach Road, Mordialloc 3195 View Map

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Continuous, even and accessible path of travelAccessible parkingAccessible toiletsGood lighting, well-lit space Steps at the entry none

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