Outback Packs

Take to the road with a Keep Australia Beautiful Council Outback Pack.
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What is the Outback Pack program?

Roadsides in WA remain amongst the most littered areas of the State. Many of these areas are frequented by travellers en route to some of WA's gorgeous natural assets and tourism destinations. To reduce litter and make cleaning up the State easier for travellers,  thousands of free Outback Packs are available statewide to help clean up.

The Outback Packs are individually packed by students from WA high schools as part of the community service program.

Over the past three years 60,000 Outback Packs have been distributed around Western Australia.

How do I use it?

All equipment in the pack has been put together to make waste disposal and clean ups easier. 

If you require more bags to be sent to refill your pack phone 6364 6942 or email kabc@kabc.wa.gov.au.

Where can I get an Outback Pack?

Outback Packs are available to Visitor Centres and Community Resource Centres across Western Australia. Find your closest distribution centre.

Visitor Centres and Community Resource Centres can order Outback Packs online.


Keep Australia Beautiful Council is currently in partnership with Main Roads WA to produce 10,000 Outback Packs. Main Roads WA and Keep Australia Beautiful Council hope that by providing these packs to travellers, we can all help to reduce the amount of litter found along roadsides and in camp sites around WA.

If your company would like to join the battle to reduce litter in Western Australia by sponsoring Keep Australia Beautiful Council's Outback Packs we would love to hear from you.