The 10-year-old Rowing Champion, Sid Crawshaw, has made a passionate and conscious message about 10 years of plastic plastic Barrier Reef storage.
Sid received a 2014 Reef Champion: Reef Youth Under 15 award at Yeppoon on Wednesday night to reduce plastic plastic materials.
Sid said a little overnight.
"I was really angry at first, but I relaxed for a moment to enjoy it and I was happy to win," Sid said.
"There I was feeling like a win for me".
Sid nominated the night with other prizes and winners.
It was also the night-time dancing dance.
The prize ceremony was organized by the Reef Alliance with the help of national and national governments.
Farmers, official expansions, youth, and community groups acknowledged their work for the protection of the Great Barrier Reef.
Sid wanted to send a message to other people that anyone can do to reduce plastic.
"Everyone can do little things to help us solve our big plastic problems," Sid said.
"When I found out that they had almost a plastic island, I wanted to do something bigger."
Fitzroy Basin Association's engagement manager Rebecca French said Sid impressed that the judges put a lot of special reward to him.
"Essentially, they have made a category, a significant effort by young people," said Rebecca.
"This award is the first category and Sid role model is good".
Sid already plans to plan next year to plan more businesses to keep his ban on a single-use straw ban.
In the awards ceremony, he met the Nicolás Nash sea biologist at the Cairns and The Last Straw campaign.
Nicole won the 2018 Reef champion at the Reef Youth Champion.
"I talked Nicole tonight and we will work together for the next year to reduce single-use straws," Sid said.