Museum Guides perform guided tours for individuals as well as larger groups visiting the museum. Groups can be schoolchildren or adults, visitors from overseas or international organisations.
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Volunteers are the heart and soul of World Science Festival Brisbane, serving as our ambassadors. World Science Festival Brisbane could not take place without the generosity of our 200-strong team of volunteers whose invaluable commitment and support allows us to deliver five days of thought-provoking conversations, inspiring theatrical and cinematic experiences, interactive workshops and engaging demonstrations, which explore and celebrate the entanglement of science and art.
Do you have a passion for Brisbane and South Bank? Would you like to help maximize the visitor experience? Brisbane Marketing are on the lookout for enthusiastic, reliable individuals who would enjoy working in a fun, dynamic and supportive volunteer environment. This exciting and varied role includes assisting visitors coming into the Parklands, helping out at South Bank events, working in and around the South Bank Visitor Information Centre and the option of conducting tours of South Bank.
Come and join the team at Shelly, Moffat and Dicky Beach for marine debris collection to prevent harmful materials such as rope, nets and plastics from being washed into the ocean and consumed by/entangling our marine life. All debris that is collected from these activities will be recorded and the data will be provided to the Tangaroa Blue Foundation for analysis, a national database on marine debris which helps to identify source polluters.
Be part of a team that support the conservation and preservation of the oldest surviving residential farmhouse in the Brisbane area.
Welcoming the public into Mayes Cottage and providing general information to visitors. Volunteers work Thursday, Friday or Saturday on a roster at the historical house providing general information to visitors about the Mayes family who resided there. An interest in local history is desirable. Approximately 3 hours per week (shifts 10:00am-1:00pm or 1:00pm - 4:00pm)
Are you passionate about the environment? Would you like to volunteer at Brisbane's natural reserves?
An ongoing opportunity to take part in the organisation and delivery of one of the largest unticketed events held annually in Brisbane on the 25th of April. You can be a part of the support to one of Queensland’s most significant social and cultural events. Specific roles include Parade Marshals, Information Booth Officers, Golf Buggy Drivers, Veteran Hosts and Passenger Loading Assistants.
Come with us on an adventure of a lifetime. Combine volunteering with adventure and help support an amazing grassroots organisation in Nepal.
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