Found 143 Environment & Conservation volunteering opportunities in Australia

View:
List Map
  1. Friends of Organ Pipes - bat monitoring

    Friends of Organ Pipes are an environmental not-for-profit group who are committed to looking after Organ Pipes National Park. This is a chance to be a part of the longest bat monitoring program in Australia, and to see our native microbats up close. Bats are measured, sexed, banded and health checked. FoOPs would love your help with recording data and to make this special site a little bit better for people and animals alike. All are welcome, and no experience is required.

    Id:112038
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Keilor North VIC
  2. Friends of Organ Pipes - working bee

    Friends of Organ Pipes are an environmental not-for-profit group who are committed to looking after Organ Pipes National Park. Their monthly working bees include weed removal, revegetation maintenance, but can include anything that protects or enhances the National Park. They would love your help to make this special site a little bit better for people and animals alike. All are welcome, and no experience is required.

    Id:109520
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Keilor North VIC
  3. The Beach Scrub Project Volunteers

    Enjoy to great outdoors and get to meet new people whilst helping out in the environment. Activities include weeding, rubbish removal at various locations: Magnetic Island Bowen Cape Upstart Crystal Creek

    Id:111850
    Environment & Conservation
    Long Term
    Pallarenda QLD
  4. Dune Regeneration Project Assistant

    BeachCare's coastal community activities, involve planting natives , removing invasive species and collecting and auditing beach litter on Saturdays at various locations. Dates and times, as arranged by the Volunteer Coordinator.

    Id:29738
    Environment & Conservation
    Long Term
    Surfers Paradise QLD
  5. Four Mile Beach Marine Debris Survey & Clean-Up

    Currently 18,000 pieces of plastic are estimated to float in every square kilometre of ocean. 276 species worldwide including 77 Australian species are impacted by marine debris. Not only does the removal of marine debris reduces the negative impact it has on both local and worldwide wildlife but if we can determine the source of the debris we can target those sources to reduce waste

    Id:109764
    Environment & Conservation
    Long Term
    Mooroobool QLD
  6. Learn about Local Native Plants with Seed Collecting & Propagating Techniques

    Join Conservation Volunteers Australia to start the New Year with some easy seed collecting acivities around the Cairns region, focusing on Nature Reserves and Parks to identify and collect species required for propagation for a large Wetland project we are undertaking in the FNQ region.

    Id:111743
    Environment & Conservation
    Micro Volunteering
    Mooroobool QLD
  7. World Wetland Day @ Turrella Reserve

    World Wetland Day is an annual event held on the 2nd Feb each year WORLDWIDE to help raise global awareness of the value wetlands provide to humanity and the importance of protecting them. In 2018 there is a focus on Sustainable Urban Future, emphasising the critical role of wetlands in making cities liveable, Sydney included!

    Id:111698
    Environment & Conservation
    Short Term
    Earlwood NSW
  8. Clean Up Australia Day - Helping clean up critical wetlands

    This year, we got so excited for Clean up Australia day, we decided to have it early! We will be cleaning up marine debris that was washed up onto Towra Point Nature Reserve shores. This is a key internationally vital habitat for the endangered Eastern Curlew and other shore birds. With more rubbish and weeds encroaching on shore each day, the birds have less and less space to roost. With your help, we can help make this a perfect oasis for these incredible animals.

    Id:111695
    Environment & Conservation
    Short Term
    Kurnell NSW
  9. Saving the iconic Nielsen Park She-Oak

    Nielsen Park in Sydney’s eastern suburbs is home to one of the rarest tress of Sydney. In fact, it’s only known location is in Nielsen Park itself, which runs alongside the heritage listed Greycliffe house and borders the iconic Sydney Harbour and Shark Beach.

    Id:111693
    Environment & Conservation
    Short Term
    Vaucluse NSW
  10. Come fly with me! - Wetland rehabilitation

    This new and exciting project is here to help restore the significant resting habitat of the critically endangered Eastern Curlew migratory shore bird.

    Id:111692
    Environment & Conservation
    Short Term
    Kurnell NSW