Road Watch – Adopt A Road

Road Watch - Adopt A Road

Roadside litter remains an important part of KESAB’s ongoing litter focus. Road Watch is a volunteer community-based program run in partnership with the Department for Infrastructure and Transport. Approximately 100 groups and individuals around the state participate in the Road Watch program. Groups adopt a minimum of 2km of roadway and usually undertake four clean-ups a year. Necessary equipment, including safety gear, is supplied to the groups and after each clean-up, groups report back to KESAB. Road Watch is a great volunteer program for schools, community groups and businesses as it is very flexible and there are no costs involved.

If you would like to join the Road Watch program, please contact us:


08 8234 7255

Online Clean-up Report

Road Watch groups are required to report on their clean-up activities using the form below.

Clean-up Form


Road Watch – Adopt A Road Program Survey

Road Watch – Adopt A Road has been operating since 1996. In that time hundreds of volunteers have participated and there are currently over 120 active groups. A lot has changed since the program began and we want to make sure that the program continues to improve. For this reason, we are seeking your valuable feedback. Does the program meet your expectations? Would you like something different? Are you itching to share some constructive feedback? Now is your chance to shape the future of this program by completing the program survey.

Road Watch – Adopt A Road Program Survey Form (Online)


Celebrating Volunteers

Celebrating volunteers

KESAB is celebrating the wonderful Road Watch-Adopt A Road volunteers during National Volunteer Week: 17-23 May.

Click this link to see a special message of thanks from our CEO Wendy Bevan.

We invite you to join us in recognising and connecting with volunteers by colouring your spaces red. This provides the community an opportunity to show support for volunteers and for volunteers to show pride in their actions.

Use the tag #ColourYourCommunityRed for your images and spread the red on KESAB’s Road Watch Facebook page or via email: