Judge Emily Doyle inspects Belongil Beach yesterday for the 2004 Keep Australia Beautiful Awards challenge.
Judge Emily Doyle inspects Belongil Beach yesterday for the 2004 Keep Australia Beautiful Awards challenge.

Shire beaches scrutinised for awards



Byron Shire beaches have been put under the microscope this week by a judge from the Keep Australia Beautiful 2004 Clean Beach Challenge. Emily Doyle, inspected beaches at Suffolk Park, Bray's Beach, The Pass, Broken Head, Belongil and Brunswick Heads. They are among the 167 beaches nominated for the awards. Keep Australia Beautiful chairperson, Pam Allan MP, said the special categories section focussed on issues such as heritage and nature conservation projects, communitybased programs, environmental initiatives and beautification efforts.


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