Found 7 Other Working with Animals, volunteering opportunities in New South Wales NSW

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  1. Building Biodiversity in Sydney's Backyard

    Bartolo Nature Reserve is a remnant of endangered Cumberland Plain Woodland, and a sanctuary for native wildlife. Work is underway to rejuvenate and restore habitat and increase biodiversity on this unique site.

    Id:109260
    Other
    Event duration
    Richmond NSW
  2. PETS AS THERAPY - CATS, RABBITS, GUINEA PIGS, PARROTS

    Want to be a joy bringer! We are currently seeking volunteers with suitable healthy, friendly, confident, cats throughout the Sydney region. Pets As Therapy visits are Monday - Friday between 10 am - 3.00 pm. Do you enjoy putting smiles onto sad faces and joy into lonely hearts? Read on...

    Id:86494
    Other
    Ongoing commitment
    Barangaroo NSW
  3. Volunteer for World Wildlife Day

    Help protect critical habitat this World Wildlife Day, by volunteering at Bartolo Nature Reserve on the 2nd March!

    Id:112605
    Other
    Ongoing commitment
    Agnes Banks NSW
  4. Pet Therapy - Cat Volunteer

    Volunteer Cat Therapy in Aged Care. Social cat who enjoys being patted. *** This opportunity comes to you via Volunteering Central Coast. Please ring 4329 7122 to make a booking for a telephone or face-to-face interview so we can refer you for this role or visit Volunteering Central Coast website and submit your interest**

    Id:112391
    Other
    Ongoing commitment
    Woy Woy NSW
  5. Re-Wilding Prospect Creek

    Join with other volunteers to plant and water trees, remove noxious weeds and identify trees to place our wildlife boxes. This is a unique opportunity to contribute to the restoration of Prospect Creek!

    Id:108531
    Other
    A few days
    Smithfield NSW
  6. DoggieRescue - volunteer feeders

    DoggieRescue is looking for volunteers to join our team of feeders on a regular day, either weekly, fortnightly or monthly. This role is based at the DoggieRescue shelter (Doggiewood) in Ingleside on the Northern Beaches. Volunteers would need to be over 18 years old and to have some dog handling experience.

    Id:63652
    Other
    Ongoing commitment
    Ingleside NSW
  7. DoggieRescue Dog Harnessing Volunteer

    The DoggieRescue harnessing volunteers work closely with the Kennel Hands, helping them to harness up the dogs ready for walks and to take the dogs out to the volunteer dog walkers. If you are over 18 years old, have some dog handling experience and are available on Saturdays or Sundays - this could be the perfect volunteer role for you !

    Id:77692
    Other
    Ongoing commitment
    Ingleside NSW