The Tidy Towns Working Group is set to turn its attention to Adelaide Road, and they would love to see some new faces come out and lend a hand.
A Tidy Towns clean up will be held on 13 May between 8am and 10am, with a free sausage sizzle for participants.
Working Group Chair, Councillor Christine Adams, said now was the perfect time to get involved with Tidy Towns.
She said being a member of the group is extremely rewarding given the small demands on members' time.
"We do a two-hour clean up once every two months, it's really not a huge commitment," she said.
"It's nice to get out and make a difference, you get a real sense of satisfaction out of it.
"And the weather has cooled down now, so it's a great time to get involved."
Those interested in taking part in the clean up, or joining the Tidy Towns Working Group, can contact Councillor Christine Adams on 0428 874 609, or come along to the Adelaide Road headframe at 8am on Saturday. Participants are encouraged to wear sturdy shoes, and bring some gloves and a hat. Water will be provided.
Cr Adams said future clean up targets would include White Rocks, the Arboretum, Sydney Road, and the city's cemetery.