2018 Seniors” Beautiful Garden Competition Launched!

February 23, 2018

After the success of the first competition in 2017, we are going to once again host this very popular gardening competition for Senior citizens in Darwin and Palmerston! We encourage all Seniors to take part – so tell your friends and family and help to spread the news.  You don’t need to be an expert gardener!

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2018 Young Reporters for the Environment Litter Less Campaign

January 31, 2018

    Thank-you for your interest in Young Reporters for the Environment Australia Litter Less Campaign (YRE), funded by the Wrigley Company Foundation. In 2017, Keep Australia Beautiful launched Young Reporters for the Environment and we are looking forward to you joining us on our second year’s exciting adventure! To help get you started we

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Last lot of native trees arrive at Cyclone Lam affected communities in East Arnhem

January 24, 2018

The last pallet lots of native trees and plants were dispatched, early this New Year, to East Arnhem Regional Community of Galiwin’ku, in preparation for replanting and revegetating by the residents. On 21st February 2015 Tropical Cyclone Lam, with very destructive winds, directly hit devastating our Tidy Towns communities of Milingimbi, Ramingimbi and Galiwin’ku. A

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Eco-Schools Information Session

January 23, 2018

About Eco-Schools Eco-Schools is a growing phenomenon, which encourages young people to engage in their environment by allowing them the opportunity to actively protect it. It starts in the classroom, it expands to the school and eventually fosters change in the community at large. Through this programme, young people experience a sense of achievement at

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The Litter Legends Campaign is back!!!

January 23, 2018

Latest news from Eco-Schools Australia The Litter Legends Campaign Grants Program is back in 2018!!!   Keep Australia beautiful is excited to announce that the Litter Legends Campaign will be back next year!!! The Litter Legends Campaign is an exciting global schools project to implement a project to reduce litter and improve recycling in their school

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Native Trees for Milingimbi, Ramingining and Galiwin’ku

December 15, 2017

We sent native trees and plants are being sent to Milingimbi, Ramingining and Galiwin’ku to replace trees and plants lost due to Cyclone Lam two years ago. A great majority of these community’s vegetation and trees were knocked down and flattened in the early hours of the morning in the wake of Lam’s fury. A state

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Nightcliff Primary School wins “Be Crocwise” School Award

November 14, 2017

    Nightcliff Primary School students were proud to be the deserving recipients to receive the very special 2017 ‘BE CROCWISE’ School Award, which was held in partnership with Parks and Wildlife Commission NT and Keep Australia Beautiful Eco-schools this year.   Throughout the 2017 school year, Nightcliff Primary School students have completed curriculum linked

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Finke (Aputula) wins 2017 Northern Territory Tidy Town Award

October 28, 2017

The proud MacDonnell Regional township of Finke (Aputula) has won the 2017 Northern Territory Tidiest Town accolade at the Awards Night held in October 2017 in Alice Springs.   Keep Australia Beautiful Council (NT) CEO, Heimo Schober said Finke’s (Aputula) dedication to keeping their community tidy and beautiful made it a stand-out this year.  

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Alice Springs Territory Tidy Towns Forum

October 24, 2017

We’re looking forward to the Alice Springs Forum taking place on Friday as part of the Territory Tidy Towns awards ceremony. We invite all community and residents to come along to take part in this workshop. There is no charge for this workshop, but please email us if you’d like to attend for catering purposes at

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