Help us protect Gold Coast beaches with Corona and Parley


Event Cancellation Notice

Out of caution and concern for the safety of our community, Corona x Parley have made the decision to cancel the remaining Volunteers for the Ocean beach clean-ups.

We understand this may be disappointing to some and will provide more information as it comes available. Please follow @CoronaExtraAustralia on Facebook for updates.

This summer Corona and Parley have pledged to clean 1 million square metres of the Australian coastline, and they’ve completed several cleanups so far.
Gold Coast it’s our turn to protect paradise from marine pollution.
And we’re on the hunt for volunteers to help clean up our beaches, taking place at Snapper Rocks on the 28th March from 9 am to 12 pm.

With a joint ambition to protect paradise from Marine plastic pollution Corona and Parley; an organisation dedicated to addressing major threats to our oceans have been holding twenty beach cleanups across the country, and it’s our turn.

Last year they teamed up and hit Australian shores for the first time, holding thirteen cleanups taking place over the summer, with more than 350 volunteers and stopping 1.5 million tonnes of marine debris from polluting our oceans and beaches.
With over 1 million plastic bottles purchased every minute across the globe, Australians can also do their bit to protect paradise by avoiding single-use bottles.

If you would like to learn more about Corona’s mission to address the marine plastic pollution crisis and sign up for a local cleanup head to

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