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🌏ne Planet - Sandsculpting 'family' competition

In celebration of World Children's Day we thought there would be nothing better than to organise a sandsculpting competition between families, friends and even some of the great community groups in our region. This is not a professional competition by any means, it's about getting together as a community, having some fun and seeing if you can craft an image in the sand that talks about something you love and want to protect on this 'One Planet' or even maybe its one of the many solutions to start healing our 'One Planet' from climate change. Let's start or continue the discussion together.

By creating this event we hope to create stronger community connection, attract local media attention, as well as positively engage our local politicians from all sides of politics to  participate. We do have a Victorian State Election the following week, lets show them how important 'Climate Action' is to all of us.

This event is part of 'For the LOVE of our Kids - National Month Of Action’ organised by your local Geelong/ Bellarine group for Australian Parents For Climate Action. We want to demonstrate our support, strength and optimism for demanding strong action on climate within our communities and with your local politicians. November is a key month for communities to rise up together, after the extreme weather events that have affected so many this year, world leaders attending COP27, a state election in Victoria and importantly World Children’s Day on the 20th.

We hope you can join us!

  • If you can help with volunteering or helping to publicise the event please email [email protected] - we are all busy parents, so welcome participation of any sort:)
  • We will be sending out regular sand-sculpting tips/ tricks for those more serious attendees
November 20, 2022 at 1:00pm - 3pm
Main Beach - in front of grassy knoll next to Surfclub
Surf Beach Road
Ocean Grove, VIC 3226
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Laura or Jacqui ·

Will you come?

Australian Parents for Climate Action meet and work on the lands of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people and respect that sovereignty of those lands was never ceded. We pay respect to Elders, past and present and emerging, and acknowledge the pivotal role that Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people continue to play within the Australian community.