• Make your own household cleaners!


    We’re big fans of sustainable living in all aspects of our lives. Here are some quick ways you can go green and keep your house clean… just by being a little bit handy. (It’ll save you money, too).  Carpet Stain Remover Mix equal parts white vinegar and water in a spray bottle. Spray directly on […]

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  • Ways to make your local park litter free – and keep it that way!


    Parks are for everyone and it’s important that they remain that way. One of our most important natural spaces, parks are for the community to gather, enjoy each other’s company, relax, and experience the restorative, healthy benefits of looking at greenery. We’ve been running litter grants for volunteer groups since 2013, and through the program and […]

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  • Five ways to be sustainable during the holiday season


    The holiday season is well and truly upon us, so we here at KNSWB have identified five important areas we could all make more sustainable at this time of year. So while you’re preparing your dinners, drinks, parties and presents, why not see how you give a little gift to the environment as well? The […]

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  • Keep NSW Beautiful’s brush with royalty


    Keep NSW Beautiful, the friendliest, most effective environmental group in NSW that’s been making communities beautiful since 1975, was invited to a Garden Reception on the grounds of Government House. Chief Executive David Imrie, and team member Emma Sinclair, hosted by NSW Governor His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret’d), Governor of New […]

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  • Bondi Beach an Australian Clean Beaches finalist


    Bondi Beach have proven themselves worthy to be the Keep NSW Beautiful state Clean Beaches winner, now they will go head-to-head with five other national finalists around the country to vie for the Keep Australia Beautiful, Australian Clean Beaches Award 2015. Representatives from Bondi Beach are eagerly anticipating the arrival of the Keep Australia Beautiful National […]

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  • Skill Up! Capacity Building Workshops for Grant Applicants in the Riverina


    Keep NSW Beautiful has partnered with the Regional Development Australia-Riverina (RDA-Riverina) to host four capacity-building workshops for ‘accidental’ grant writers in the Riverina. Part-funded by a grant from the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR), the initiative will help to upskill those who find themselves in the position of accidental or default, grant writers, who […]

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