Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities

Congratulations to Albany - Australia's Tidy Towns winner for Heritage and Culture 2016!

Read the national judge's report on Albany here.

Alice Rule and Mayor Dennis Wellington accept the Heritage and Culture Award Winners

You can view photos from the National event here.

Do you love where you live?  

Are there amazing events or actions taking place in your regional community? Then Tidy Towns may well be the program that will best recognise community effort and inspire residents to take it to the next level.

Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities is an annual awards program that acknowledges and celebrates regional communities who foster sustainable behaviours and a litter-free environment.  

It's easy to get involved.

Watch a televised panel discussion by Clean Beaches, Tidy Towns and Sustainable Cities identities.

According to Keep Australia Beautiful National (who manage the Australian Tidy Towns awards) over 1,000 communities and 90,000 volunteers engage in the Tidy Towns competition each year with projects contributing over $100 million in volunteer labour.  

In Western Australia Tidy Towns entrants are eligible to win awards at state and national levels. 


Listen to Greg Warburton's poem describing 2015 National Winner Toodyay's journey with Tidy Towns.

Read more about the Tidy Towns program by clicking on the tabs to the right; FAQ's, Criteria and Awards, or watch Tidy Towns representatives talk about the benefits to their communities of being involved.

If you want to know more,  email tidytowns@kabc.wa.gov.au or phone 6467 5131.