Four Wheel Drive Queensland volunteers have been cleaning up K’Gari Fraser Island since 2001.
The event is held annually over a weekend with Four Wheel Drive Queensland affiliated club members and event sponsors volunteering their time to clean marine debris from this beautiful World Heritage listed island.
Four Wheel Drive Queensland (4WD QLD) in collaboration with our partners in this venture, Queensland Department of Environment and Science (DES), Queensland Parks & Wildlife Service (QPWS), the Butchulla Aboriginal Corporation (BAC); Four Wheel Drive Queensland K’Gari Fraser Island Clean Up does not receive government funding and therefore we solely rely on the generous support of our fabulous sponsors to ensure the event continues into the future.
Four Wheel Drive Queensland is the peak body representing 4WD Member Clubs (QLD) and their respective members. By advocating on behalf of our members, we aim to improve recreational 4WDing, protect the environment, encourage education and knowledge sharing whilst creating fun and active outdoor communities across Queensland.
In 2023, a total of 21 affiliated clubs made the journey to the island from all over southeast Queensland, for what was the 22nd K'Gari Fraser Island Clean Up. This included 330 vehicles with a total of 626 adult & 95 child volunteers.