Australian Tidy Town Awards

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The Australian Tidy Town Awards were launched in 1968 in Western Australia and are an initiative of Keep Australia Beautiful. These awards encourage, motivate and celebrate the achievements of rural and regional communities across Australia. Originally focused on litter reduction and civic pride, they now address the environmental, social and economic sustainability of local rural communities.

Year Australia's Tidiest Town
1990 Mount Tyson, Queensland
1991 Mount Gambier, South Australia
1992 Forbes, New South Wales
1993 Lucindale, South Australia
1994 Naracoorte, South Australia
1995 Kiama, New South Wales
1996 Stanley, Tasmania
1997 None awarded
1998 Denmark, Western Australia
1999 Goolwa, South Australia
2000 Batchelor, Northern Territory
2001 Horsham, Victoria
2002 Soldiers Point / Salamander Bay, New South Wales
2003 Wyalkatchem, Western Australia
2004 Port Vincent, South Australia
2005 Mount Gambier, South Australia
2006 Collie, Western Australia
2007 Swansea, Tasmania
2008 Toowoomba, Queensland
2009 Tamworth, New South Wales
2010 Beechworth, Victoria
2011 Lithgow, New South Wales
2012 Caloundra, Queensland
2013 Victor Harbor, South Australia
2014 Sheffield, Tasmania
2015 Toodyay, Western Australia
2016 Triabunna, Tasmania
2017 Barmera, South Australia
2018 Smithton, Tasmania

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