Cleaning Up The Dawesville Cut

Do you fish the Dawesville Cut and want to see it kept as an enjoyable and safe fishing location? Come and join us this Saturday for our Clean Up Australia Day Event.

This is an Open to Join Event.


Recfishwest is Western Australia‘s peak recreational fishing body and strives to ensure high quality fishing experiences are maintained and enjoyed. Recently in excess of 300 people turned up at Woodman Point to share in our restocking of Snapper into Jervois Bay. We therefore are pleased to invite recreational fishers to join us in cleaning up the banks of the popular fishing location the Dawesville Channel (The Cut).


Bronte Nardi
m: 0439 937 935

Meeting Point:

Cnr Rees Place & Port Bouvard Marina carpark Wannanup

Conditions of participation:

Wear suitable clothing E.g. long sleeve shirt, pants, a hat and enclosed footwear. Be sure to bring along items such as gloves sunscreen, insect repellent and a water bottle – And your sense of humour. All events are held outdoors so are subject to weather permitting. Children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. Contact event provider for any specific requirements including provision of insurance coverage.

Friends of Rivers Peel would like to thank the Event Providers and Supporters for their commitment to this event.

Dudley Dolphin (courtesy Mandurah and Environment Heritage Group) is a friendly mascot for Mandurah Dolphins and other events promoting environmental awareness, safety and education in a fun playful way.

Clean Up Peel Waterways is coordinated by Friends of Rivers, Peel with cooperation of principal supporter Peel-Harvey Catchment Council through funding from the Australian Government.

If you are interested in attending a Clean Up Event, please find an event close to you and contact the co-ordinator of the particular event.

You can view the entire program here:

Click here to download the PDF flyer.