Keep Australia Beautiful Victoria
Celebrating and encouraging the sustainable actions undertaken by Victorian communities every day is the essence of the Keep Australia Beautiful Victoria (KABV) program.
Founded 45 years ago by Dame Phyllis Frost and now part of Sustainability Victoria, KABV continues to support activities throughout the state that conserve, protect and enhance the local environment.
Through the KABV Awards and volunteer programs we recognise and reward councils, community groups, schools and individuals as they make their communities more cohesive, liveable and resilient.
KABV Awards 2013 entries are closed
The KABV Tidy Towns - Sustainable Communities Awards 2013 are now closed. Congratulations to everyone who entered! The quality of the entries is exceptional again this year and all entrants will be contacted to arrange judging visits which will commence mid-June 2013.
The KABV Sustainable Cities Awards 2013 are now closed. Award judging visits are complete and finalists will be announced mid-June 2013. The Awards night to announce the winners and the Sustainable City of the Year 2013 will be held Friday 26 July at Zinc Fed Square. Information about the awards night and ticket sales will be available soon.
Keep Australia Beautiful Beverage Container Recycling Grants are now open for 2013
Financial assistance is available for local communities to improve beverage container recycling. Grants are provided through Keep Australia Beautiful and supported by The Coca-Cola Foundation and The Coca-Cola Company (the Community Grants).
For more information see the Keep Australia Beautiful website.
2012 in review
KABV had a busy year in 2012, recognising and rewarding groups from across Victoria through our awards and volunteers programs. For more information see the 2012 KABV - A Year in Review report.
- 2012 KABV - A Year in Review report (see above)
- Winners and finalists of the 2012 KABV Awards
- See the latest news in our newsletter, KABV News - Summer 2013
To keep up to date with KABV, subscribe to KABV News.
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