Found 23 Environment & Conservation Event Volunteering, volunteering opportunities in Australia

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  1. 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, and 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. This is a great opportunity to get your hands dirty and learn from some local experts. All are welcome, no experience required.

    Id:109519
    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. New Year's Eve Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney Spectator Service Volunteer - 31 December - CBD - # 8710

    Everyone loves New Year's Eve! Come and be a part of the celebration and volunteer to help spectators enjoy the celebration!

    Id:57386
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Sydney NSW
  4. Editing Position: Help us control willows on Captains Flat Creek

    Willows are an invasive species that colonise and choke up our waterways out competing native species. Help us as we assist the Molonglo Catchment Group with their Willow Control program along Captains Flat Creek.

    Id:109367
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Canberra ACT
  5. Help to clean up Stirling Park

    National Capital Authority needs our help to clean up a section of box gum grassy woodlands in the beautiful Stirling Park on the shores of Lake Bury Griffin. Box gum grassy woodlands are incredibly beautiful and rare vegetation communities and your assistance will help to maintain them for future generations.

    Id:108996
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Canberra ACT
  6. Help to plant some trees at an old quarry!

    Come join CVA, for a fantastic day of tree planting and watering on a site that has spectacular views over Canberra and the Brindabella Mountains. The project site is hit by strong westerly winds, so the project will also involve the construction of dune fencing to assist the revegetation process. The project is proudly supported by Holcim. Come along and join us for what promises to be an engaging and interesting project.

    Id:108983
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Canberra ACT
  7. Tidbinbilla Hut Restoration

    Want to help rebuild our cultural heritage in a beautiful forest in the mountains? Come and help as we restore Tidbinbilla Hut!

    Id:108972
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Canberra ACT
  8. Broome Seagrass volunteer

    SEAGRASS MONITORING is back! The Broome Community Seagrass Monitoring Project is one of the longest running and most successful community science projects in the Kimberley. The project engages large amounts of volunteers as well as Indigenous rangers to monitor seagrass meadows within Roebuck Bay.

    Id:79664
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Broome WA
  9. Help give trees a drink at Wandiyali!

    Wandiyali is a private nature reserve just outside Canberra. It has been planted out with seedlings in the past to control erosion, provide habitat for birds and animals, and improve air quality. Coming into summer they need watering!

    Id:107213
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Ainslie ACT
  10. Tracks and Trails - Tallaganda

    We will be constructing and maintaining tracks in the Tallaganda State Forest. These tracks will make the Tallaganda State Forest more accessible, allowing keen bushwalkers to experience the Forest, and minimise impacts of multiple informal trails.

    Id:107808
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Ainslie ACT