Why we do what we do? To generate much more interest for our oceans from people who enjoy sport and to use this as a platform to help secure ocean conservation.

How do we do this? Linking ocean awarness conservation and event legacy through sporting activities.

What do we do? To date using aquatic sports like surfing, sailing and stand up paddle boarding while incorporating ocean conservation activities.

Sport2Clean supports the Sustainable Development Goals and call for action during the Ocean Conference held in New York in June 2017.  To view our commitment please follow the link. @ Ocean Conference UN

What do they say about us

Thank you for your support during the recent Royal Visit to Queensland by Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Dutchess of Cornwall as part of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.  Your contribution helped ensure this was a successful visit for our State – Annastacia Palaszczuk MP Premier of Queensland

Thank you for your valuable contribution to help keep our city clean through Skate2Clean – Tom Tate Mayor City of Gold Coast 

It was such a privilege to be involved with a well organised program that is leading targeted youth programs that help young people better recognise the role they can play to keep the environment clean – Jim Reeves Director – General Department of Environment and Heritage Protection Queensland

This was a great way to incorporate community and work together to help make a difference to the rubbish that was left around our parks. At the end of the project, we saw a significant change to our skate parks. –Stephen Atherton Youth Development Officer City of Cockburn Western Australia

The Sport2Clean program is invaluable and it would be great to see top Men and Women sporting stars involved in this initiative encouraging every code of sport to keep their environment clean. – Nicole Page-Dhu Deputy Principal Mudgeeraba Creek SS

I highly recommend Sport2Clean to conduct further sessions regarding the importance of a healthy environment for schools, business, and community groups – Julie Warwick Principal Robina State High School