SPORT2CLEAN and our focus on promoting environmental awareness in the sports community. By working with schools, the public, and businesses, we are able to draw attention to the importance of reducing our impact on the planet where we play.


Sport has the potential to reach a large audience, and initiatives like SPORT2CLEAN can help to inspire athletes and sports enthusiasts to take action and make a positive impact in their communities. By sharing positive environmental engagements in and around sport, they are able to raise awareness of the impact that our actions can have on the environment and inspire people to make changes.


It’s important that we all take responsibility for reducing our impact on the planet and protecting our natural resources. Initiatives like SPORT2CLEAN can play a crucial role in promoting environmental awareness and inspiring individuals and communities to take action.


As a not-for-profit youth-focused environmental organization founded in 2014, SPORT2CLEAN is making a positive impact in promoting environmental stewardship and creating a culture of sustainability in the sports community. We need more initiatives like this to help protect our planet and ensure a sustainable future for generations to come.



Sport2Cleans engagement within the community has been a huge success. With signature initiatives like Skate2Clean Sup2Clean and the Commonwealth Ocean initiative. 

Along with presenting an ocean conservation demonstration to King Charles III and The Queen Consort during The 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

Dear Carl

I write to thank you for your support during the recent Royal Visit to Queensland by Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall as part of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

This visit was very important to Queensland and your assistance with the numerous advanced visits and requests for services and information was greatly appreciated.

Your contribution helped ensure that this was a successful visit and Their Royal Highnesses have expressed their gratitude and pleasure.

Again, thank you for your support on what was a very successful visit for our state. Annastacia Palaszczuk

Premier of Queensland

 Dear Carl

It is with great pleasure that I have this opportunity to support Sport2Clean and their outstanding initiatives regarding environmental awareness. Specifically, the organization’s work in linking litter prevention to sport is very relevant to our local community context along with their specific focus on educating youth and engaging them in a positive environmental
experience through sport.

Recently, students from Robina State High School were invited to attend a Sport2Clean event involving stand up paddle boarding on Currumbin Creek and the feedback from our students was full of enthusiasm and an enhanced knowledge of the environment.

Sport2Clean’s hands-on approach at such a beautiful setting gave our students a chance to enjoy what the Gold Coast has to offer and understand the impact that even the smallest forms of litter can have. The program was well planned and involved several speakers and instructors all passing on their expertise to the next generation.

I could not have been more pleased with the entire event and am enthused that our environmental future is in good hands. I highly recommend Sport2Clean to conduct further sessions regarding the importance of a healthy environment to schools, businesses and community groups. Julie Warwick

Principal, Robina State High School

Dear Carl

On behalf of the City of Gold Coast, I am writing to commend you for helping keep our City clean through your initiative across six city skate parks.

As Mayor of the City, I have been impressed by your vision and ‘have a go spirit” I wanted to share with you my sincere appreciation for your efforts.

Feedback I have received about the Skate2Clean community challenge has been over whelming positive and well received by everyone. The original idea fosters a sense of skate park ownership and pride amongst the local skating community.

As we prepare to showcase our City to the world during the up and coming 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games keeping our city clean and beautiful is of particular importance.

You are a good citizen and I would like to thank you for your valuable contribution to our City. Tom Tate

Mayor City of Gold Coast